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There is something of a cult following for brands like Sweaty Betty. When I left my office job, yoga pants became a part of my wardrobe on an almost daily basis, both for exercising and as part of my outfits more generally.

Most yoga clothing on the market is not ethical. It is made using harmful fabrics and processes.

I have done some research to find some of the best closet options.

The best yoga pants are available.

There are some great options here, that fit some of the boxes: ethical fashion, sustainable fashion, vegan fashion and slow fashion.

Girlfriend Collective

The processes of the Girlfriend Collective are not leggings.

The leggings are made from recycled plastic bottles, they use safe dyes tie dye shorts and have good working conditions. They offer compression, lite and maternity items, as well as classic leggings.

Price Range: Leggings from $68


The range of the company is all in line with the requirements. All of their products comply with the Organic Content Standard of Textile Exchange.

The range is made from organic cottons, polyamides, lyocell, and recycled plastic bottles.

Price Range: Leggings from €65


Maikoda is made in New York and is designed to make you feel good in both your body and mind.

They use organic cotton, soy, and lyocell. All of the fabrics are GOTS certified. These are knit in factories that abide by the Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production (WRAP) regulations and ensure that the workers are working in a healthy and safe environment.

Price Range: Leggings from $88

People Tree

The people tree is well established in the circles. They are proud of every product being made to the highest ethical standards.

The leggings made by People Tree are made at a social enterprise which supports disadvantaged women in India.

Price Range: Leggings from $59.99


Eco-friendly dyes are used in the making of the garments. Natural fabrics are used for all of the yoga clothes.

They do have a section on their site which is organic cotton, but be careful to check it out before making any purchases.

Price Range: Leggings from $79


Their product range is bluesign® Certified. They acknowledge that they don’t have the perfect system, but they still promote progress over perfection.

You should be careful to check the fabric details of each product as the selection is not well marked or easy to navigate.

Price Range: Leggings from $65

Nice To Meet Me

Nice To Meet Me was designed in Austria and manufactured in the Czech Republic.

The collection has a range of styles. These guys have fabrics from recycled plastic bottles and organic cottons.

Price Range: Leggings from €56


There are yoga clothing, loungewear, bedding and bath products from the Australian brand Bhumi. All employees receive a living wage, social security, pension funds, house rent, paid holiday leave, sick pay, medical insurance, subsidies, lunches and overtime, and they use traditional textile craftsmanship methods. The children of employees get free education.

The products created by Bhumi are chemical free. The creation of their collection uses GOTS approved dyes, which are free of toxic dyes and pesticides. They have a wide range of pieces to fit a variety of body shapes.

Price Range: Leggings from $79


Since 2002 Asquith has been on the scene, which is far longer than we all care to think. Their production is done at a small family-run facility in Turkey which has good working conditions and good holiday pay.

They only use the best quality, eco-friendly, organic cotton and bamboo fabrics.

Price Range: Leggings from £55


Kira Grace stands for quality, fashion, and manufacturing. Kira Grace apparel is made in the USA. There is a range of plain and printed leggings styles as well as some yoga tops that would work great from workout to going out.

Some of their products are made using sustainable fabrics made from organic and/or recycled materials.

Price Range: Leggings from $98

Carrot Banana Peach

Gabbi is a good friend of mine and she is modelling for a recent collection.

Carrot Banana Peach was founded in 2000.

Their range has items made from organic cotton, bamboo, soybean, banana, and aloe Vera.

Price Range: Leggings from £35


Satva works with an organisation in India to make sure their impact on workers and the environment is positive. Through ethical practices in the workplace and reinvested into education and livestock in the communities it works with, it is possible to achieve this.

Their range is made from organic cottons and recycled polyesters and is free from chemicals such as bleaches, toxic waxes and heavy metals. Natural dyes are used.

Price Range: Leggings from £35

Green Apple

Green Apple Active has yoga pants that are basic. Fair labour conditions are approved for all of their factories. Green Apple’s bamboo products are ECOCERT® and Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 certified.

Ultra Support is a patented antimicrobial and antibacterial technology that is supportive, UVA/UVB protecting, quick dry, odour-inhibiting, and biodegradable material that will not harm you or the planet.

Price Range: Leggings from $65.99

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