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15 Feb
Man wearing sustainable printed t-shirt from Kotn

Buy Well, Buy Once: February’s Top Picks From the Good On You Team

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Every month, our team puts their heads together to find the best clothes, shoes, and accessories made by responsible brands you’ll love. Here’s Good On You’s team picks for February.

Buy less, buy better

Phew—we made it through January. How are those new year’s resolutions going? The Good On You team is not ashamed to say that some of ours have fizzled out already, but one thing that remains steadfast is our commitment to only buying things we truly need. For our Northern hemisphere team, that means high quality, more sustainable knitwear, because it has been positively Arctic. Meanwhile, at our Sydney, Australia HQ, Good On You staff have been seeking comfort as they ease into the year.

As the leading source for sustainable fashion ratings and education, Good On You’s team is dedicated to helping consumers make better shopping choices. In this monthly roundup, our internal experts from every corner of the company (and globe) share their personal selections from “Good” and “Great” rated brands. This curated compilation spotlights products that both align with our sustainability criteria and are just great pieces we’re excited to share with you.

Why you can trust our recommendations

At Good On You, we provide trustworthy recommendations that align with your values and needs. Our mission is to simplify informed choices while embracing the “buy less, buy better” motto.

To ensure credibility, we aggregate comprehensive, transparent information on fashion sustainability—assessing brands using our leading methodology, developed by diverse experts. Our ratings directory of over 5,000 brands employs a simple five-point scale, curating a list of “Good” or “Great” brands making significant contributions to sustainable fashion.

Our editorial team, driven by expertise and passion, carefully reviews and approves each recommendation, upholding high standards of quality, longevity, and trend-transcendence.

While we recognise the value of reusing, mending, and second hand shopping, our expert ratings system guides you toward new brands aligned with your values and sustainability goals.

Our team’s 10 favourites this month

Collage with sustainable clothing

1. GOTS-Certified Knit Trousers (Lanius)

2. GOTS-Certified Knit Sweater (Lanius)

3. Silk Triangle Bra (Herth)

4. Cycling Shorts (Organique)

I’ve been looking for some new shorts for working out in and these from Organique are ideal.

5. Addison Knotted Tote Bag (Able Clothing)

6. ABCs Long-Sleeved T-Shirt (Kotn)

7. Berlino Vegan Corduroy Bucket Hat (Noah)

8. Wool Fringe Scarf (Cossac)

With the Nordic-feeling cold snap in London, I'm crushing on this fuzzy scarf.

9. Shebang Toiletry Bag (Torrain)

10. Limited-Edition Shirt (I was a Sari)


Editor's note

Feature image via Kotn, 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 the directory to search thousands of rated brands.

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