While H&M and Shein seem to be clothing giants right now, many of their business practices are extremely harmful to both the environment and their workers. If you are able, consider supporting good quality slow fashion brands like these, dedicated to reducing the harmful waste of the clothing industry.
Allbirds uses natural fibers to create their clothing, and goes into lots of detail on their page into the carbon emissions produced from each of their items as well as the materials used to create it.
Wolven has become a huge name recently and for good reason! They're known for fun, loud, fabrics that are designed to last.
Totality designs specializes in affordable, sustainable tailgating clothes. She does customized orders for your school, so if you don't see yours on her website you can send in a request for a design!
111 threads is known for upcycling thrifted items, turning them into unique, fun, and one of a kind pieces! You can find her instagram at @111.threads to see her portfolio.
Natalia Trevino Amaro is a small slow fashion designer that makes handmade, custom fit orders. She also includes a detailed explanation on her webpage of where she gets her fabrics, as well as how she makes shipping more environmentally friendly. You can find her instagram at @nataliatrevinoamaro