Not many people know that Canadian brand Frank & Oak is a certified B-Corp, and are working their way to completely conscious production. Their focus is sustainably produced items using recycled materials or less water. You can find them in most big city shopping areas, so they’re a great way to explore conscious shopping in-person.
This is the first parka I’ve ever owned as an adult. I usually trudge through our Canadian winters with a wool coat and layers, but this year I decided to finally get warm! Made with 100% recycled polyester (water bottle) filling, water repellent and warm from -10c to -25c.
These are my go-to fitted jeans, a contemporary take on the mom jean that’s hella sexy in the butt. Made using 79% less energy, up to 50% fewer chemicals, and 95% less water than standard methods. The cotton used for these jeans is grown and harvested responsibly with sustainable methods.
Get ready for the coolest thing you’ve read today: these are made with 20% recycled denim and uses a hydro-less process that uses up to 79% less energy, up to 50% fewer chemicals, and 95% less water than standard methods.