Threads for Thought, also called Threads 4 Thought, offers affordable, sustainable apparel for men and women. Threads for Thought uses sustainable fabrics, like organic cotton and polyester that has been made from recycled water bottles “to create clothing that is comfortable, beautiful, and socially conscious; then we donate a portion of our proceeds to charity”, according to their website. The sustainable company was founded in 2006 by Eric Fleet and Lehigh Ivan who believe individuals should work towards a sustainable future. Threads for Thought’s apparel has been featured in a variety of magazines, on television shows, on celebrities, and so forth, proving the sustainable brand to be quite popular. That sends a strong message, as the need for individuals to be more sustainable is increasingly important.
The sustainable apparel for men available through Threads 4 Thought includes sweaters, knits, graphic tees, woven shirts, pajamas, and the Tom Christopher Collection. Tom Christopher is an artist who has designed some shirts for Threads for Thought. Some of the styles of shirts and apparel for men include V neck shirts, cardigans, hoodies, long sleeved tees, crew neck shirts, henleys, waffle thermals, graphic print tees, pajama pants, and oxford shirts. The sustainable apparel from Threads 4 Thought for women includes knits, dresses, bottoms, pajamas, the T4T Collection, and accessories. The women’s sustainable knits include V neck tees, ruffle shirts, hoodies, and printed tees. In the accessories section, you’ll find collections of and items featuring artist Tom Christopher’s work. All of Threads for Thought’s sustainable apparel is fashionable, eco-friendly, and affordable, making their clothing an excellent alternative to non-environmentally friendly companies.
Threads for Thought has partnered with 2 charities: The International Rescue Committee and The Natural Resources Defense Council. The International Rescue Committee “is a global leader in emergency relief, rehabilitation, protection of human rights, post-conflict development, resettlement services and advocacy for those uprooted or affected by violent conflict and oppression” according to the Threads 4 Thought website. The Natural Defense Council is an environmental action group that works to keep the earth safe. Both organizations help to protect the earth and it’s inhabitants.
Threads for Thought apparel can be purchased through their website or at a number of retailers, which can be found on their website. By supporting Threads for Thought and purchasing their sustainable apparel you are also supporting The International Rescue Committee and The Natural Resources Defense Council, and you are helping the earth, as well.
Be sure to check out other companies that offer sustainable clothing and other items, as well. Some recommended companies are Autonomie Project, Bamboosa, Be Love, and Birch.
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