I thought I’d share this handy and succinct ethical clothing infographic I found on Pinterest the other day.  As with all things Pinterest it can be difficult to find the original image source.  In the end I tracked it down to the Liz Alig website, but I’m not 100% certain if that’s the source of it, so if you ever do come across the original source do let me know so I can credit it properly!

For me what was really interesting to see was the mark-up made by retailers selling non fair trade items – 50% in the case of your typical non-fair trade garment, versus just pennies for the workers and cotton farmer.

Ethical Clothing Infographic

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Were there any surprises here for you?

I’m personally interested in seeing how non fair trade clothing compares to ethically made clothing.  I haven’t been able to find anything similar to this infographic yet, but I will ll try and hunt down a similar infographic for you as soon as I can.

If  you’re a new reader and this has piqued your interest for ethical clothing then I have a whole section of this website devoted solely to ethical clothing.  I also have posts devoted to ethical clothing brands for women and for men.  And if you’re on a tight budget you might also find this post on affordable ethical clothing especially useful.

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