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Looking for responsibly made pants and long sleeve collar shirts

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Location: Southern California
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Hey everyone!

So im looking for a company that produces long sleeve collar shirts and pants responsibly... free trade and organic are a big plus. I have been to a couple such a fair indigo and earth creations but they only have t shirts... Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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My partner, who is more versed in the fashion industry than I am, says that brands that claim to use "sustainable" fabric are full of s***. I think this includes brands that use bamboo/hemp and are very popular on the west coast with environmentally conscious people.

I'm hoping someone will chime in on the clothing industry and whether or not there is such a thing as responsible clothing companies.

In the mean time, I try to get most of my clothes second hand.
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