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Sustainable World by Sukisimo
25 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
TOP 10 Ethical and Sustainable Fashion Brands to Shop
Ranking sustainable brands - by Moda Sostenible @ Sukisimo - (The best of the best list):1.- Tiralahilacha 2.- Mus & Bombon 3.- Hupit4.- Beflamboyant5.- Canussa6.- María Malo7.- Lifegist8.- Act and Be9.- Musgo 10.- MomocHey, guys, welcome back to another episode of Professor Shelby, I thought I should hop on the trend and help rank sustainable brands. So over on Instagram, I asked what brands you'd want me to look into to review for you to kind of dig into and didn't want to talk about some of those. But we all know that I talk way too much. So if there are more brands that you want to see me do this with, leave them in the comments. Also, there is a brand you really want to know about and you think I just skipped over them. It might be because I've talked about them in a previous video or like I have a whole other section of a video where he talks about them. So I'm going to leave my playlist below where I talk about sustainable brands, kind of review them, give my thoughts and all that kind of thing. So check that out if there is something or if you want to see just more videos in general. And without further ado, we'll get into either ripping into these sustainable brands or praising them for the things that they do. Right. Right after I give a huge thank you to Squarespace for partnering with me on this video. Squarespace has been really great to me over the years. So if you guys ever need to build a website, online store or even if you just need a domain, there's a link at the top of the description to give you a little discount. All right, let's get into it.So for the Tiers list, here's what I did. I made five different tiers and they are God tier, which is like the best one of the best in their nesh, the best of the best. Then we have almost perfect. So maybe they're doing everything right, but their size exclusivity is not good. So I would never personally even be able to test out whatever they're making. Then they get almost perfect. That's where I see those things going. Mostly good is something that I would still purchase, but I think they could be doing better. Or there are other brands I know of that are doing better than we have. Not good. This is like I wouldn't buy from them that they're just completely unsustainable, just that I would choose not to support them. And lastly is awful. No one should buy it. I wouldn't recommend anyone purchasing from them because they're just not a good brand. And since I asked specifically for you guys to submit sustainable brands, I don't know that anybody necessarily falls into that category, but we'll get into it. OK, so you can see all of the brands that I took from my Instagram, which, by the way, if you're not following me over there, go do that. But it's the most popular answer. And I put them all here. We'll see how many I can get through today. But first up is Everlane. This was the most requested brand you wanted to see. So I figured let's give it to you straight up.I've personally purchased a few things from Everlane in the past and have been less than ecstatic about those purchases. I tested some of those items ...
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