Sustainable Clothing Co
In a world where conscious consumerism is beginning to take centre stage, the Sustainable Clothing Co emerges as a shining beacon of hope; a retail outlet that effortlessly blends style, ethics and sustainability into a harmonious, curated shopping experience. You’ll discover a treasure-trove of exclusive vintage and pre-loved clothing, shoes and accessories for men and women. All this alongside a variety of handmade and upcycled clothing and accessories by local designers and a selection of hemp and organic cotton clothing from Aussie brands, catering to your individual sense of style, while aligning with your values.
Located just off Rundle Mall, at 24A Charles Street, Adelaide, the Sustainable Clothing Co isn’t just another shop. It’s a movement, a philosophy and a testament to the power of mindful choices. Every piece tells a story of sustainability, innovation and craftsmanship.
Dedicated to a greener planet, the racks are adorned with recycled clothing, pieces crafted from eco-friendly materials and sourced from ethically responsible suppliers who prioritize reducing environmental impact. You’ll also find upcycled and hand-made one-of-a-kind pieces, and an environmentally conscious hemp range. Every purchase represents a step towards a more sustainable future.
In a world inundated with fast fashion and fleeting trends, this outlet offers a refreshing approach. Here, you’ll find timeless pieces that transcend seasons, where everything finds a home and nothing is sent to landfill. Their curated range of vintage and pre-loved unisex clothing, shoes and accessories extend from the 80s, 90s, 2000s and now, making it a destination for everyone seeking quality and longevity.
But you’d be wrong if you thought the Sustainable Clothing Co was just about clothing. It’s a lifestyle, an experience, a haven for eco-conscious individuals. The store hosts workshops and events, inviting the community to engage in meaningful conversations about sustainability, and be involved in responsible consumption and mindful living, without having to think too much about it. It’s a place where you don’t just shop, but you become part of a movement that’s rewriting the narrative of fashion. It hosts clothing swaps, fashion shows and workshops and you can even donate your pre-loved and vintage items to receive an in-store discount. Partnering alongside initiatives like the Adelaide Sustainability Centre, the Anti-Poverty Network and Homelessness SA, the Sustainable Clothing Co is circular fashion at its best.
From 10-23 August, you’ll see a Sustainable Clothing Co display featured in the Square Cube in Rundle Mall. Watch out for more happenings and installations by Laura Vogt and her team of Sustainable Clothing eco-fashion enthusiasts. In the lead up to ‘Shop Second-Hand Day’, along with Slow-Fashion September, watch out for some exciting happenings in the mall around lunch time, on Friday the 18th of August!
All Images via the Sustainable Clothing Co
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