When we look at what we wear and what we feel when we wear it, natural fibres tend come out trumps every time. Natural fibres tend to sit well, breath well and look good.
If we look at natural fibres, we should go one step further and choose sustainable fibres, ones that will not destroy the earth but actually give a little back. Clothes made from Organic Cotton, Hemp, Bamboo and Soy are much kinder to the environment and are usually produced by small operators catering to a unique market. By supporting these smaller operators, we help drive business away from multinationals. Most big corporations have no regard for human health and are only interested in the bottom line. Over time, by voting with our wallets, we can hopefully change the way these massive clothing companies manufacture and produce products. We have seen this happen with organic produce. The big supermarkets have realised that if they want to keep the customer happy, they needed to offer what the customer was going elsewhere to get.