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23 Feb
A repurposed red Nike top and white pants by Frankie Collective.

6 More Sustainable Alternatives to Edikted

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We rate Edikted “We Avoid” for its lack of transparency. But if you’re into the Y2K style, what alternatives are there? Here are seven sustainable brands you’ll love more than Edikted.

Edikted is out of touch

Fast fashion brand Edikted is a Gen Z-oriented online fashion brand, heavily influenced by pop culture, technology, and style. While the brand seems to focus on the latest styles and trends and is hugely popular on TikTok, it has stayed far away from making any inroads when it comes to sustainability or ensuring worker’s rights. Its extensive range of cheap and trendy clothing and accessories geared towards young women are reminiscent of the Y2K style and may be popular amongst shoppers, but is the brand ethical or sustainable?

Unfortunately, along with other fast fashion brands we avoid, Edikted isn’t hitting the mark for people or the planet. Edikted receives our lowest possible rating of “We Avoid”, based on our analysts’ March 2022 review, because it doesn’t disclose sufficient information about its environmental and labour policies. You have a right to know how the products you buy affect the issues you care about.

And don’t be fooled by the brand’s sustainability page on its website. In a classic greenwashing case, Edikted describes how it’s committed to protecting the planet and empowering workers, but does not provide sufficient relevant information to achieve a higher score in our methodology.

If you like the trendy streetwear vibe of Edikted but would like to support better brands, then keep reading. We’ve rounded up some fun “Good” and “Great” rated alternatives to Edikted that might tick more of your boxes.

A note on affordability

Good On You wants to help you find sustainable options no matter your budget. But we recognise that many sustainable brands appear more expensive up front. That’s because more goes into a price tag than the cost of fabric. Fast fashion prices are often low because brands don’t pay workers living wages or follow many sustainable practices in production, as is likely the case with Edikted.

Fast fashion has also distorted our view of clothing prices. We now spend much less per garment and buy far more low-quality clothing than we did only a few decades ago. When taking into account cost per wear, it ends up costing less in the long run to invest in higher-quality items you’ll wear again and again.

We aim to highlight the range of more affordable sustainable brands, but we also encourage you to seek out the most sustainable options that work for you. Sometimes this means shopping second hand, other times rediscovering and restyling what you already own.

More sustainable alternatives to Edikted


Rated: Good
Someone on roof wearing clothes by Afends.

Born in Byron Bay, Australia, Afends is a more responsible brand leading the way in hemp fashion. Drawing inspiration from the environment, streetwear, and surf culture, Afends’ mission is to create more sustainable clothing through innovation, action, and positive change. As true hemp advocates, it purchased 100 acres of farmland called Sleepy Hollow to grow its own hemp crops and ignite the hemp revolution.

Find most of the range in sizes XS-XL.

See the rating.

Shop Afends.


Rated: Good

CHNGE is a US-based more sustainable fashion brand using 100% organic material, built to last a lifetime while making a statement.

Find CHNGE's inclusive clothes in sizes 2XS-4XL.

See the rating.



Rated: Good

Canadian brand Frankie Collective is dedicated to innovating women’s streetwear while setting a standard for responsibility in the fashion industry. It takes inspiration from '90s staples and reworks vintage garments to push the boundaries of contemporary style.

Find most items in sizes XS-2XL.

See the rating.

Shop Frankie.

Neu Nomads

Rated: Good
Someone wearing maroon long sleeved top and leggings by Neu Nomads.

Neu Nomads is a Brooklyn-based more sustainable women’s fashion brand, offering loungewear and travel essentials. It is female owned and operated, and works every day to create beautiful, wearable clothing that leaves a lighter footprint on the environment.

Find the clothes in sizes XS-L.

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Shop Neu Nomads.

Plant Faced Clothing

Rated: Good

Streetwear without the sweatshops, that's the motto of this British 100% vegan and cruelty-free streetwear apparel brand that is all about promoting a new wave of consciousness that supports the non-harming or exploitation of any beings in fashion production.

Buy Plant Faced Clothing in sizes XS-2XL.

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Shop Plant Faced Clothing.


Rated: Great
A blue denim crop top.

US-based Triarchy creates more sustainable jeans, skirts, shorts, jumpsuits, and jackets. The brand’s production system uses 85% recycled water by consistently reusing the "thick indigo laden sludge" that unmonitored factories dump into water systems.

Find most of the jeans in US sizes 24-32.

See the rating.

Shop Triarchy.

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Editor's note

Feature image via Frankie Collective, all other images via brands mentioned. Good On You publishes the world’s most comprehensive ratings of fashion brands’ impact on people, the planet, and animals. Use our directory to search thousands of rated brands.

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