Positive Branding is proud that we are able to offer a wide range of organic and sustainable clothing and workwear. These items run alongside our existing ranges, and we can now offer our customers the choice of regular or sustainable workwear and corporate clothing.
The list of items that are available as organic or sustainable clothing is vast. These include (as well as many other styles):
To see our complete range of sustainable and organic clothing, please see the links below:
Some of the brands that offer organic and sustainable workwear include; Sol’s, Russell, Ecologie, AWD, Mantis, Native Spirit, Anthem, Henbury, FNB, Kariban, Premier, Regatta, Result and Craghoppers.
There are many reasons why you might choose to buy organic clothing. Here are a few of the most popular reasons:
If you are considering buying organic clothing, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, organic clothing can be more expensive than conventional clothing. This is because organic farming methods are more labour-intensive and require more time. Second, organic clothing is not always as widely available as conventional clothing. Third, organic clothing may not last as long as conventional clothing. This is because organic clothing is often made from natural fibres, which can wear down over time.
Organic cotton is a type of cotton that is grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilisers. It is also grown without the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Organic cotton is grown in accordance with strict standards set by the Organic Content Standard (OCS), which is a certification program administered by the International Organic Cotton Standard (OCS) Association.
There are many benefits to choosing organic cotton. First, it is better for the environment. Conventional cotton farming is a major contributor to soil erosion, water pollution, and air pollution. Organic cotton farming, on the other hand, helps to protect the environment by reducing the use of harmful chemicals.
Second, organic cotton is better for your health. Conventional cotton farming uses a wide variety of pesticides, many of which are known to be harmful to human health. Organic cotton farming, on the other hand, does not use any pesticides, so you can be sure that your clothes are free of harmful chemicals.
Third, organic cotton is better for the farmers who grow it. Conventional cotton farming often uses child labour and forced labour. Organic cotton farming, on the other hand, requires more manual labour, which creates jobs for local farmers and their families.
Of course, there are also some drawbacks to choosing organic cotton. First, it is more expensive than conventional cotton. This is because the production of organic cotton is more labour-intensive and requires more land. Second, the availability of organic cotton is limited. This is because the demand for organic cotton is growing faster than the supply.
Overall, the benefits of choosing organic cotton outweigh the drawbacks. If you are looking for a more sustainable, healthier, and ethical choice of clothing, then organic cotton is a great option.
Here are some additional facts about organic cotton:
If you are looking for a more sustainable and ethical choice of clothing, then organic cotton is a great option. It is better for the environment, your health, and the farmers who grow it.