A person holds a Not Labeled shopping bag, demonstrating their upgraded winter wardrobe.

Stay Cozy, Stay Green: Your Sustainable Winter Wardrobe

Posted by Sarah Berkey on

Now that it’s officially winter, there’s no need to come up with an excuse to wear a stylish sweater or your favorite hoodie. A winter wardrobe is essential, but it can be challenging to find clothes that will give you warmth and style while being sustainable.

If you’re an eco-friendly human who wants to buy clothing made from sustainable materials, you’re in luck! Here’s what you need to know.

A Winter Capsule Wardrobe Might Be a Solution

One way to create a sustainable, comfortable winter wardrobe might be to consider a capsule wardrobe. A capsule wardrobe uses various interchangeable items. You can create a new look by switching one garment for another. 

There’s no need, really, to buy new outfits. This is because this type of wardrobe is minimalist. Using fewer, thoughtfully created items, the number of outfits possible actually increases. 

So, when winter comes along, perhaps you incorporate different pieces to keep you warm while still looking stylish. A cozy look is the goal without bulking up.

Winter Wardrobe Essentials

Layering clothing is a good way to stay cozy and warm. Not Labeled makes products that are easily layered yet still make a statement. Moreover, the thoughtfully designed clothing items are both attractive and sustainable. 

First, your base layer can be light and airy. Then add warmth with sweaters, sweatshirts, and hoodies. For a base layer, consider:

Top those items with comfortable and cozy sweaters and hoodies

Ultimately, for the eco-conscious person who wants to elevate their style and wear sustainable items, our hoodies and sweaters are perfect!  

Stylish, Sustainable, and Affordable

We design all our products to be high quality and stylish, ensuring they are made from responsibly sourced materials. 

The team at Not Labeled sees each day as a new opportunity to create a future where comfort is not just about what you wear but also about the peace of mind you get knowing that you are playing a part in the goal of sustainability.

The sustainable materials used by Not Labeled in all our clothing are:

  1. Bamboo Viscose: Bamboo viscose is sustainable because it grows rapidly, uses less water, is naturally resistant to destructive insects, and is biodegradable.
  2. Organic Cotton: Organic cotton is far superior to ordinary cotton because the requirement for chemicals is greatly reduced. It is grown in healthy, fertile soil, and it’s non-GMO, which preserves its natural genetic diversity.
  3. Recycled Polyester: Polyester can be recycled to keep it out of landfills and the ocean. The process of recycling is more sustainable than the initial production. 59% less energy is used, and the greenhouse gas emissions have been reduced by 32%. The energy efficiency of recycling makes it a win-win solution. 
Not Labeled Holds Two Prestigious Certifications
  1. Global Recycled Standard (GRS): Ensuring our materials meet rigorous sustainability criteria.
  2. OEKO-TEX Standard 100: Guarantees our products are free from harmful substances.

For all the many reasons listed above, Not Labeled is the best way to create your minimalist winter wardrobe. Start shopping today!

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