Recycled materials aren’t the only sustainable alternatives in the space: There are organic cottons and other plant-based materials, such as Tencel, which is crafted from eucalyptus. Vyayama uses this renewable, botanical-based material for its sleek, thin-strapped sports bras and workout tops, available to shop on Rêve en Vert, a commerce platform for “sustainable living.” And in addition to its deadstock fabric floral dresses, you can now add sustainable workout clothes to your cart from Reformation’s new line of recycled polyester activewear in flattering silhouettes.
Like white T-shirts and sweats, there are tons of possibilities and options when shopping for workout gear, from the questionably cheap to the luxuriously overpriced. Among them, though, are a handful of sustainable workout clothes that come from brands that are ethical, responsible, or both, creating well-made and fairly priced options that don’t sacrifice style or fall short when it comes to comfort, performance, and function.Take Girlfriend for example, (its high-rise leggings are a favorite among Vogue editors), whose sustainable activewear sets come in a range of essentials and limited-edition colors in a variety of compressive and stretch fabrics. Its best-selling compression leggings are made from 25 water bottles each. For a bit of context, it would take 500 years for a plastic water bottle to decompose, according to the brand, and each candy-colored legging, bra, or bike short diverts those bottles from landfills.
Girlfriend’s activewear sets come in an assortment of eco-friendly dyed colors and are made from either recycled nylon or polyester fibers, which are derived from recycled plastic bottles or fishing nets. Girlfriend’s recycled fabrics are certified Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex. Each garment comes with its own sustainability report that shows how many water bottles were diverted from landfills, how many pounds of CO2 were prevented, and how much energy and water was saved.Reformation’s active collection is made with Repreve, a material that uses 100% post-consumer recycled plastic bottles and is GRS & Oeko-Tex certified. The fibers are 100% traceable from plastic to polyester. The brand’s jumpsuit one-pieces, high-rise leggings, and square-neck sports bras calculate the number of bottles recycled and the savings in greenhouse gas emissions, water, and energy for each item. In a range of calming colors and easy neutrals, Reformation’s fabric uses 45% less energy, 20% less water, and 30% less GHG emissions than virgin polyester.
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