I regularly get emails from male Moral Fibres readers asking about men’s ethical clothing companies.
Men’s ethical clothing can be a little trickier to track down than their female counterparts, but there are still lots of great shops and companies out there catering to the ethical man. To make life as easy as possible for you I’ve put together some of my favourite options on men’s ethical clothing companies, and other outlets where you can buy men’s ethical clothing.
This list will be ever evolving as I find more shops, so make sure you bookmark this post or add it to Pinterest and revisit it on a semi-regular basis!
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Men’s Ethical Clothing Companies
I’ve broadly categorised the shops by price range to make life easy:
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Beyond Retro – If you’re into vintage clothing and one-off vintage pieces then Beyond Retro say they have biggest range of men’s vintage fashion in the UK, with clothes from the 50s to the 90s.
eBay* – eBay has changed in recent years, but it is still possible to shop for secondhand clothes on a tight budget. Filtering for secondhand clothing only and setting a maximum budget for each item are great tips for shopping ethically on a budget. You can also find some other useful tips on my post on eBay shopping tips.
H.O.V. – H.O.V. sell fashion-led men’s vintage clothing, with prices from £9.
Oxfam* – Oxfam have a super collection of secondhand clothes for sale on their website, so you don’t have to spend hours wandering round charity shops. Instead, grab a beer or a coffee and peruse their secondhand collection from the comfort of your sofa.
Wolfe Academy – Wolfe Academy sell a large selection of Earth Positive t-shirts printed with water based inks, and offer free shipping on orders over £25.
Budget – ££
Arthur and Henry – classic shirts for the ethical man.
Brothers We Stand – design led ethical menswear
Cock and Bull Menswear – classic designs (think flat caps, bespoke tweed, and more) all made in the UK.
Ethical Superstore* – a one-stop shop for a wide variety of ethical brands.
Ethletic – Ethical Converse style trainers made from FSC certified natural rubber and FLO certified organic cotton.
Etsy* – a wide selection of hand-made, hand-printed and vintage menswear from sellers worldwide. If you don’t want to get stung by import duties search for shops in the UK only.
Finisterre – focussing on ethical clothing for outdoor sports.
Frank and Faith – stocking a wide variety of ethical menswear brands.
Greenfibres – a small range of organic and natural fairtrade menswear which is 100% chemical free.
Howies – active clothing ethically made, with a focus on quality clothing that lasts.
Komodo – one of the original pioneers of ethical clothing, they have a wide men’s selection.
Lost Shapes* – ethically made organic t-shirts, hand printed in Somerset.
Lyme Terrace – ethically made shirts, t-shirts and jumpers made from organic cotton, bamboo and recycled polyester,
Monkee Genes – ethically made jeans. Keep your eye out for amazing sales.
Organic Basics – Organic Basics sell mens underwear, activewear and everyday essentials – think t-shirts, tops, vests, etc, – made from organic and recycled materials. Organic Basics say “The fashion industry is dirty – but it can be better. We constantly search for better innovation, we have a visionary use of sustainable materials – and a continued focus on ethical production” and I have to say I’m a big fan.
Rapanui – this Isle of Wight outfit focus on unique t-shirts, jumpers and hoodies.
Rockit – a huge selection of men’s vintage clothing online.
Silverstick – hoodies, sweatshirts, t-shirts and polo shirts for active lifestyles.
The Natural Store – a wide range of ethical clothing and accessories from a variety of brands.
The White T-Shirt Company – simple, eco-friendly ethical basics
Thought* – casual organic cotton, hemp and bamboo menswear.
Yew Clothing – ethically made sports and casual wear made from sustainable materials, such as recycled polyester.
Budget – £££
Hiut Denim – bespoke jeans, handmade in Cardigan.
Nudie Jeans – 100% organic jeans made with sustainability in mind. And if your Nudie jeans need mending you can pop into their London shop for a free repair service, or they can send you a repair kit free of charge.
If you know of any other men’s ethical clothing companies/stockists that you think should be included here then let me know in the comments below.