We’re breaking down regenerative and organic clothing, what it means, and which is a more sustainable option for consumers and society.

Many of the clothing items in our closets would not be possible without agriculture. Cotton, the most widely used natural fiber on the market, requires land, farmers, water, and other resources to become the clothing items we use. While natural fibers, like cotton, linen, and hemp, are considered to be more eco-friendly compared to synthetic fibers, the agricultural process behind clothing making greatly impacts how sustainable a piece of fabric is.