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30 Mar

Discover the 7 Best Newly Rated Brands of March

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Discover the top newly rated brands of March, courtesy of the expert analysts behind our world-leading ratings methodology.

Our favourite newly rated brands for March

Brand ratings are the backbone of our mission at Good On You: to make shopping your values simpler. Since 2015, we have been uncovering brands doing harm and highlighting those doing good for people, the planet, and animals. You can download our app or check out the directory to discover the best brands for you. If you’re all about discovering new “Good” and “Great” brands from around the world to support, this roundup is for you.

This month, we’ve got seven newly rated brands for you coming out on top with “Good” ratings. There are upcycled denim jackets, accessories made from post-consumer soda pull tabs, and colourful, vibrant dresses, to name a few. Let’s take a look.

Wildflo Studio

Rated: Good

Wildflo Studio is a Toronto-based loungewear brand that offers minimalistic and versatile womenswear made from organic cotton and recycled materials. Its mission is to create comfortable, more sustainable clothing for people who care about the planet.

Find most items in sizes XS-2XL.

See the rating.

Shop Wildflo Studio.

Classic Cotton Co

Rated: Good

Based in the US, Classic Cotton Co designs upcycled denim jackets with a creative music edge. Each jacket is a unique creation of upcycled denim jackets coupled with preowned band shirts, which means no two jackets are exactly alike, and each has its own unique character.

Find most items in sizes S-2XL.

See the rating.

Shop Classic Cotton Co.


Rated: Good
Someone at the beach wearing backpack by Torrain.

US-based TORRAIN creates upcycled bags designed with travel and adventure in mind. The brand reuses feedbags, which are durable, lightweight, water-resistant, and colourful. According to the brand, these bags are the perfect material to upcycle into products for travel and outdoor adventure, keeping them out of landfills.

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Rated: Good

AEVOR is a young backpack label for modern enthusiasts made in Germany. The brand aims to create functional and stylish backpacks made from upcycled materials. AEVOR is also a leading member of Fair Wear, an organisation that helps brands ensure their factories are safe and workers benefit from fair labour conditions.

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Escama Studio

Rated: Good

US-based Escama Studio makes stunning metallic purses, accessories, and clothing handcrafted in Brazil from post-consumer soda pop tops. The word “escama” means “fish scales” in Portuguese; the name was chosen because the brand’s flagship product looks like it’s made from big metallic fish scales.

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Shop Escama Studio.


Rated: Good

Manimekala is a British brand that creates a range of dresses and tops in vibrant designs. The brand combines aesthetics and ethics, creating unique contemporary fashion that empowers both the wearer and the makers.

Find the collections in sizes XS-3XL.

See the rating.

Shop Manimekala.

Not Just Pajama

Rated: Good

UK-based, Not Just Pajama creates a range of stylish silk sleepwear designed to be enjoyed both inside and outside the home.

Find the pyjamas in sizes S-XL.

See the rating.

Shop Not Just Pajama.

Check out last month’s round up

Editor's note

Feature image via Manimekala. 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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