one-stop shopping for sweatshop-free clothes to sweat in
I'm a little (a lot) in love with PACT apparel, and you should be to. They take responsibility all the way back to the source for their organic cotton and are by far the most affordable place I've found to purchase organic fair-trade clothing. I can personally attest to the quality of the clothes after wearing them for workouts (and lounging) over the past few weeks.
(P.S. I have a discount code for you at the end of this post!)
The more conscious I become about where I buy my clothing, the more I realize how important sustainable materials are. On their website, PACT goes into detail about the steps they take to ensure farmers are being paid fairly and given the resources to grow organic cotton.
Wearing organic material is also super important for the consumer... especially when it comes to the clothes you work out in. When you sweat, your pores open and absorb all sorts of stuff - including the particles that make up the material you're wearing. With organic cotton, you don't have to worry about your skin soaking up any nasties!
In addition to awesome activewear, PACT carries super cute dresses, shirts, socks and underwear. They've become my one-stop shopping for comfy essentials. PACT's prices are so affordable, and you can get an extra 20% off your purchase through 12/31/16 by using SELFLESSLYSTYLED20 at checkout!
I would recommend this brand to literally anyone who walks on this planet. I can't think of a single person who wouldn't find at least one product that they love from Pact!
- Leggings ($30 for one pair or $54 for two pairs)
- Tank Top ($15)
- Light Weight Hoodie ($49)
- Made: Fair Trade Certified in India
- Where to Buy: online only (Use the code SELFLESSLYSTYLED20 for 20% off your entire purchase through 12/31/16)
- Notes: I'm 5'8" and wearing medium leggings and a small tank and hoodie.
Who should buy this: Anyone looking for a super affordable ethical alternative for basics will love everything from PACT!
Who shouldn't buy this: If you're looking for really thick leggings that provide full coverage, the PACT leggings might be a little too thin for you.