Here in Australia, we get to experience some of mother earth’s finest work — from the spectacular beaches and tropical rainforests to the impressive desert ranges. So, it’s no surprise that a growing number of fashion labels are becoming woke when it comes to doing their bit to save our beautiful planet.
This applies to the activewear industry, too, as there are some incredibly innovative Aussie brands producing ethical, sustainable and eco-friendly pieces that still look and feel ah-mazing.
Here, we’ve rounded up some of the green activewear brands to add to your workout wardrobe this year.
This innovative Aussie brand makes high-quality activewear from recycled water bottles! In case that wasn’t impressive enough, they only work with manufacturers that protect workers rights AND they donate 20% of their proceeds to a mental health charity and the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife. Yep, this is one homegrown company you can feel good about getting behind.
Visit Mister Timbuktu. Indigo Luna
This ethical, eco-conscious label uses sustainable materials like bamboo, plant-based dyes and ECONYL (made from discarded fishing nets) to make their gorgeous yoga and swimwear. Not only do they sell their wares online and pop up regularly at the South Melbourne Markets, they just opened their first store in Canggu, Bali.
Learn more about Indigo Luna.
Created by Elle Evans and Tanya Evans (funnily enough, no relation!), this activewear label is so stunning, it’s hard to believe it’s ethical and sustainable! Like Indigo Luna, they use ECONYL as well as recycled lycra to create their range.
Check Elle Evans out here.
This Victoria-based yoga, basics and swimwear label ticks all the right boxes — ethical, eco-friendly, sustainable and organic! Oh yeah, and their pieces happen to be pretty easy on the eyes, too!
Learn more about Vege Threads here.
This Aussie activewear brand is destined for big things — and not only because they’ve got the tick of approval from theKayla Itsines. We love the fact that they not only use ethical manufacturing but support mental health and female empowerment, too!
Check out BAM Active.