Is there any item of clothing that’s as ubiquitous and un-live-without-able as leggings? Casual or dressy; active or leisure; winter or summer— ethical leggings are (almost) always a good choice. Image by Boody #ethicalleggings #sustainableleggings #environmentallyfriendlyleggings #sustainablejungle
Image by Boody
Is there any item of clothing that’s as ubiquitous and un-live-without-able as leggings? Casual or dressy; active or leisure; winter or summer—ethical leggings are (almost) always a good choice. Image by Pact #ethicalleggings #sustainableleggings #environmentallyfriendlyleggings #sustainablejungle
Image by Pact
Is there any item of clothing that’s as ubiquitous and un-live-without-able as leggings? Casual or dressy; active or leisure; winter or summer—ethical leggings are (almost) always a good choice. Image by Organic Basics #ethicalleggings #sustainableleggings  #environmentallyfriendlyleggings #sustainablejungle
Image by Threads 4 Thoughts

9 Ethical Leggings For That Sustainable Stretch

Is there any item of clothing that’s as ubiquitous and un-live-without-able as leggings?

Casual or dressy; active or leisure; winter or summer—leggings are (almost) always a good choice.

Though, like other types of clothing, there are ethical leggings, as well as those that stretch our planet’s health a little thin. No one likes thin leggings and we sure don’t like a thin planet, either.

So, in the name of discovering the best of the best across the entire closet, we’re going to shimmy into some of our favorite eco friendly leggings. 

Everything we recommend to you on Sustainable Jungle is independently researched and we ask all brands to confirm their claims. To avoid waste, we test products on an as needed basis. This post contains affiliate links. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a small commission. Learn more about why we do this here.

Comfy plus convenient equals sustainable leggings with pockets, and for those you can jump right into Boody’s range which also includes sustainable bamboo leggings.

And for post workout lounging, we’re feeling pretty positive about Pact’s organic cotton leggings.

To stretch your brain a bit, too, head to the end of the article to see why we chose these brands. 


Is there any item of clothing that’s as ubiquitous and un-live-without-able as leggings? Casual or dressy; active or leisure; winter or summer— ethical leggings are (almost) always a good choice. Image by Everlane #ethicalleggings #sustainableleggings #environmentallyfriendlyleggings #sustainablejungle
Image by Everlane

About Everlane

Price Range: $58–$78

From sustainable face masks to ethical jeans, ethical fashion forerunner Everlane has been one of our favorites for years.

The San Francisco brand has been around for about a decade and has always had a focus on: radical transparency. 

From a granular breakdown of pricing to the factories included in the description of each of their products, it’s easy to see how they’re embodying the open book approach.  

The Perform Legging is excellent if you’re on the hunt for ethical and sustainable athletic leggings, with options between cropped and full leg styles.

Don’t forget that wide high waist for full support, whether it be for your muscles while lifting or your food baby while having an ice cream couch date with some girlfriends. 

Everlane’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices


Stiff activewear leggings aren’t something most shoppers want.

Which, for now, means that elastane (aka spandex, a synthetic-fiber derived from fossil fuels) is a common material—even in sustainable leggings. In Everlane’s case, this means that each pair of leggings contains about 40% elastane. 

However, the other material, recycled nylon, is something we can get behind, and since Everlane is working to eliminate all virgin synthetics from their clothing by the end of this year, we’re hopeful this will change very soon.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Looking for some casual reading while hitting the elliptical in your eco friendly workout leggings?

We’d recommend checking out Everlane’s factory list. You’ll get a unique look into how clothes are made, the people who make them, and what conditions they work in. 

Everlane wants everyone to #KnowYourFactories, and we happen to think that this is pretty good advice. Most of their women’s ethical and sustainable leggings are made in a super-progressive factory in Sri Lanka.

Green business practices: 

Everlane still uses some environmentally-questionable materials (the reason why they also have a “More-Sustainable Collection”) but they’re also making a conscious effort to ditch clothes made from plastic.

As mentioned above, their ReNew fabrics which are made from recycled plastic (like water bottles) will account for all their synthetic usage.  

They also use the Think Green Initiative (TGI) to perform separate environmental impact audits on all factories, power their eco friendly built offices and stores with renewable energy, provide all new employees with a zero waste kit, and have landfill-free distribution services.


We love Everlane’s legging sizes. They range from XXS-XXL and are represented by models just as diverse.

Who says you have to be size 2 to model skin tight leggings? Not Everlane!

Community & charitable giving: 

Every year, Everlane has a Black Friday Fund, where $15 of all sales during the campaign is donated to the ocean plastic cleaning organization Oceana.


Is there any item of clothing that’s as ubiquitous and un-live-without-able as leggings? Casual or dressy; active or leisure; winter or summer—ethical leggings are (almost) always a good choice. Image by Threads 4 Thought #ethicalleggings #sustainableleggings  #environmentallyfriendlyleggings #sustainablejungle
Image by Threads 4 Thought

About Threads 4 Thought

Price Range: $48–$88

As you could probably guess from the brand’s name, Threads 4 Thought wants all of us to #WearThoughfully.

They may be located in the fast-paced city of LA but they’re big fans of slow fashion

We love lounging around the house in their ethical sleepwear and we also love lounging around the house in their activewear (don’t worry, they’re great for being active, too). 

In addition to comfy classics like sweatpants and sweatshirts, they also have a massive range of men’s and women’s sustainable compression leggings and eco friendly stretchy soft leggings (for when you want the activewear without the active). 

Threads 4 Thought’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices


Threads 4 Thought is thoughtful about what fabrics they use. Their solid colored or ethical patterned leggings use fabrics like recycled polyester, recycled nylon, and about 10-15% spandex/elastane.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Certified by both WRAP and Fair Trade, you can feel good about buying from Threads 4 Thought. If you’re really curious about how thoughtful they are with their supply chain, take a look at their Code of Ethics.

Green business practices: 

Threads 4 Thought has a dedicated page on their website on impact—both positive impact and where improvements can be made. After all, no brand is perfect, but it’s important they keep progressing.

Their Transparency Report includes things like the reasoning behind their fabric choices, how their factories do in terms of water consumption, and their plans to make future improvements.


Threads 4 Thought uses sizes XS-XL for women and S-XXL for men’s leggings. They offer interest-free payment installments

Community & charitable giving: 

By partnering with the International Rescue Committee, a portion of the brand’s annual profits are sent to refugees and communities affected by disaster.


Is there any item of clothing that’s as ubiquitous and un-live-without-able as leggings? Casual or dressy; active or leisure; winter or summer— ethical leggings are (almost) always a good choice. Image by Pact#ethicalleggings #sustainableleggings #environmentallyfriendlyleggings #sustainablejungle
Image by Pact

About Pact

Price Range: $28–$58

We’re big fans of Pact and their range of “Earth’s favorite clothing.”

The Colorado-based brand is all about comfort, with sustainable basics that keep us and our planet feeling good.

There’s no better way to relax than to wiggle your toes in their soft organic t shirts and sustainable socks, slide on a pair of their eco friendly leggings, and snuggle up with a good sustainability book

Before we get carried away in leisurely daydreams, let’s look at Pact’s practices.

Pact’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices


Their Fair Trade ethical leggings are made predominantly with GOTS certified organic cotton. In their Go-To Leggings, organic cotton is the go-to (read as: only material). 

Their Sculpt Leggings, designed more for working up a sweat than cooling down after a long day, combine organic cotton with a bit of elastane for extra durability and support.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Pact is committed to working with sweatshop-free and child labor-free factories, some of which are Fair Trade certified. 74% of the organic cotton they use is sourced from India, which allows them to have a positive impact in different areas of the world.

Green business practices: 

Pact keeps sustainability embedded in most of their operations. From their efforts to conserve energy and water, to their use of recycled and compostable packages, to their mindful cutting practices that prevent fabric waste, it’s clear Mother Earth is just as valued as their customers.


Pact’s size inclusive leggings run from XS-XXL.

Community & charitable giving: 

Through their Give Back. Wear Forward program, customers can return gently used clothes to Pact for donation to nonprofits using the boxes in which they received their orders. And it doesn’t even need to be Pact clothing.


Is there any item of clothing that’s as ubiquitous and un-live-without-able as leggings? Casual or dressy; active or leisure; winter or summer—ethical leggings are (almost) always a good choice. Image by Boody #ethicalleggings #sustainableleggings  #environmentallyfriendlyleggings #sustainablejungle
Image by Boody

About Boody

Price Range: $27–$82

This Australian-American brand has fallen for bamboo—which they view as the best material for comfortable clothing we can feel good (and good about) wearing. 

Boody’s wishes for customers are simple: “Feel vibrant, serene and relaxed everyday, wearing clothing you know fits who you are, naturally.“

In addition to sustainable bike shorts, underwear and bamboo socks, they offer a variety of women’s leggings for relaxing or running. They even have ethical leggings with pockets (and what lady doesn’t love pockets?!).

Boody’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices


Boody wants to cover your booty in bamboo, and their eco friendly bamboo leggings are no exception. 

While we definitely have some reservations about bamboo fabric production on the whole, Boody uses a closed-loop production process to make their bamboo viscose more environmentally friendly than most others. 

Their bamboo is also made using only non-toxic solvents and certified by ISO 9001, FSC, OEKO-TEX, and Ecocert. As for other fabrics, some styles combine bamboo with organic cotton while their sustainable running leggings contain a bit (about 10%) of spandex / elastane.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Boody joins other ethical brands in ISO 14001 compliance and working only with factories that prohibit child labor, sexual harassment, forced labor, and abuse. They’re also Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) certified.

Green business practices: 

Working with SGS testing, Boody is able to ensure that all of their products (even down to the eco-friendly packaging) are non-toxic and free of things like formaldehyde, azo dyes, and heavy metals.


Their leggings run from an XS-XL, and according to their size guide, they size based on real body measurements, not “garment measurement” so you know your leggings will really fit).

They’re also some of the most affordable ethical leggings we could find, making them a good choice if you’re on a budget.

Community & charitable giving: 

Boody has partnered with a range of organizations like Greening Australia and Thread Together, through their 1% for the Planet membership.

Also available on Boody (AU)


Is there any item of clothing that’s as ubiquitous and un-live-without-able as leggings? Casual or dressy; active or leisure; winter or summer—ethical leggings are (almost) always a good choice. Image by Reformation #ethicalleggings #sustainableleggings  #environmentallyfriendlyleggings #sustainablejungle
Image by Reformation

About Reformation

Price Range: $88

Reformation wants to reform the fashion industry from the inside.

They tick all the boxes for ethical clothing: sustainable materials, ethical supply chains, and an inclusive range of eco friendly jumpsuits, blouses, jeans, dresses, and just about anything else you can imagine. 

While they have just two styles of ethical leggings (the High Rise Court and Kali V Front), they’re classic and versatile so we can’t imagine needing more options.

Plus, it helps making a buying decision easier!

Reformation’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices


Reformation has five rating categories for their affordable ethical clothing they use—ranging from ‘allstars’ (natural and renewable fibers with a potential for circularity) to ‘eww, never’ (socially and environmentally insensitive).

They are well on their way to making 75% of their products with fibers in the first two categories. 

Their organic cotton leggings are made from what they call Cotton Cinch, a lightweight stretch blend of 88% organic cotton and 12% spandex. In general, they try to keep their spandex / elastane content under 10% for all their clothes.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

As one of the best brands for ethical leggings in the USA, Reformation has an impressive manufacturing presence in California. They own 32 factories in Los Angeles (which you can virtually tour). 

Almost two-thirds of their range is made in these factories. The other factories they work with (located in Morocco, Turkey, and China) all adhere to the Global Social Compliance Programme’s (GSCP) Code of Conduct. Ref is big on ratings.

They not only rate their fabrics, but also their suppliers and manufacturing partners.

Green business practices: 

Through carbon offset programs, Reformation has been carbon neutral for half a decade and became certified as such this year. Their eco-ambition doesn’t stop there.

They’re also water neutral and have joined on with the Circular Fashion System Commitment, which means that they’ll recirculate more than half a million garments by 2025. 

It doesn’t even stop there! Reformation also uses eco-friendly office supplies, sustainable packaging, wind-powered buildings, and provides customers with store credit if they switch to wind energy.


We’ve already looked at Reformation for their body-positive ethical plus size clothing but it does not yet include any ethical plus size leggings.

However, Ref adds more styles to their Extended Size Collection often so we hope to see the sizes of those XS-XL leggings grow in the near future.

Community & charitable giving: 

Reformation helps out on the frontlines and behind the scenes.

They provide their employees with paid volunteer days, plant trees as staff birthday gifts, and financially contribute to organizations like Planned Parenthood, ACLU, and the Bonneville Environmental Foundation. 


Is there any item of clothing that’s as ubiquitous and un-live-without-able as leggings? Casual or dressy; active or leisure; winter or summer—ethical leggings are (almost) always a good choice. Image by Patagonia #ethicalleggings #sustainableleggings  #environmentallyfriendlyleggings #sustainablejungle
Image by Patagonia

About Patagonia

Price Range: $89–$169

Patagonia is one of the most well know sustainable clothing brands.


Because they’re one of the best. Sustainability was their jam way before it was trendy. 

From eco friendly luggage to clothing from head to toe (hats, outerwear, ethical activewear, socks, and even sustainable swimwear), Patagonia’s materials and transparent practices are outstanding.

They make some of the best ethical leggings, for yoga, running, rock climbing, or just lounging. If you’re looking for layered leggings for winter outdoor pursuits, shop their Capilene baselayer collection instead.

Patagonia’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices


Patagonia uses an array of materials in their women’s eco friendly yoga clothes: recycled polyester, recycled nylon, and organic cotton (all with a tiny bit of spandex mixed in). 

Their Capilene baselayer bottoms are even better, being made with 100% recycled polyester. While the lightweight ones are a bit too see-through to wear alone, their thermal weight ones are super warm leggings!

Their men’s leggings are made with the same materials and some styles could be considered as gender neutral clothing.

Most of their products are bluesign® approved, too.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Fashion Revolution’s Fashion Transparency Index, consistently scores Patagonia highly—which is due, in part, to them being a Fair Trade certified brand. 

Don’t take our word for it though. Take a look at their The Footprint Chronicles, which highlights exactly where every single product has been made and what each factory is like.

Green business practices: 

And then we get to where this brand truly shines—the Earth. Their sustainability initiatives are as numerous as the days in a row you wear their sustainable leggings—which is to say, a lot.

68% of their line (and growing) uses recycled materials, they only use organically grown cotton, and they’re working on piloting a regenerative farming certification.  

They currently use recycled poly bags for their shipping, which can be recycled in their stores. However, they know that they can do better, so they’re currently working on a paper-based and biodegradable option.

Best of all, they know the secret to sustainability to making stuff last.

Through their Worn Wear program they buy back unwanted Patagonia gear, repair it, and resell it at major discounts. All new items come with their IronClad guarantee which offers repairs for life.


Sizes range pretty significantly for their leggings (XXS-XXL), so hopefully something for everyone! We love this coming from an athleticwear brand, as well as their recognition of past inclusivity shortcomings and their desire to do better.

Community & charitable giving: 

Patagonia (i.e. the OG) founded 1% for the Planet. They also connect you with local charitable organizations through their Patagonia Action Works

They’re also pretty big on educating other businesses on how they can improve their ethical practices, rather than just being satisfied with their own.

No one company can change the industry, so Patagonia is out to create a sustainability squad.


Is there any item of clothing that’s as ubiquitous and un-live-without-able as leggings? Casual or dressy; active or leisure; winter or summer—ethical leggings are (almost) always a good choice. Image by Reprise #ethicalleggings #sustainableleggings #environmentallyfriendlyleggings #sustainablejungle
Image by Reprise

About Reprise

Price Range: $120–$125

Reprise may be a slow fashion brand, but they’re quickly becoming one of our favorite brands for sustainable yoga clothes.

Specifically for yoga leggings, since that’s one of just three articles of clothing they sell (along with shorts and sports bras).

Your flow will never feel so eco friendly, especially if you add in one of their eco friendly yoga mats.

Reprise’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices


Reprise is a Tencel clothing brand, opting for Tencel lyocell as their main material (along with a little spandex).

These leggings feature fun colors derived from GOTS-certified organic dyes.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

All Reprise garments are made in the USA, between New York City (headquarters, knitting, and sewing happens) and L.A. (knitting and sewing).

While only their scrunchies are certified Fair Trade, they assure all workers are paid well.

Green business practices:

Aside from being carbon neutral, Reprise is careful to keep their physical waste low as well by ordering exact amounts of fabric and manufacturing in small batches.

They also use eco friendly packaging in the form of recyclable and biodegradable mailers and paper tape.


This brand is all about size inclusivity, offering sizes 00-40. Their models are some of the most diverse and representative of plus sizes we’ve seen.

Community & charitable giving:

Reprise donate to various causes including carbon sequestering and clean drinking water projects.

8. WVN

Is there any item of clothing that’s as ubiquitous and un-live-without-able as leggings? Casual or dressy; active or leisure; winter or summer— ethical leggings are (almost) always a good choice. Image by WVN #ethicalleggings #sustainableleggings  #environmentallyfriendlyleggings #sustainablejungle
Image by WVN

About WVN

Price Range: $92

WVN is the beautiful creation of Kate Fisher, who’s been in the sustainable fashion business for three decades running.

WVN takes the foundations laid by Synergy and expounds upon them by creating detail-oriented and functional garments for the modern woman. 

And what garment succinctly summarizes the modern woman more than leggings?!

Between the Renew and Flex full-length leggings and shorter Bike Short, they are one of the best sustainable brands for leggings

WVN’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices


Feel good flexing in either the Flex or Renew Leggings, both made with 90% GOTS organic cotton, 10% spandex, and earth-safe dyes.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

As a Certified B-Corp, WVN makes these leggings (and everything else) with love—both for you and their supply chain partners.

Their Indian Fair Trade factories ensure safe working conditions, fair wages, and other benefits, while sourcing cotton from family-run co-ops means farmers are also treated well.

Green business practices: 

Every WVN product tracks the energy, water, and emissions saved by wearing organic cotton clothes (instead of conventional).

Many of those fully offset that impact, too. Look below the “Add to Bag” button to see whether that garment is Climate Neutral Certified and what projects it helped fund.

Beyond that, they use mostly organic fabric, hand-crafting techniques (like block-printed fabrics for their fair trade dresses), and promote slow fashion through timeless designs.


This female-founded brand offers leggings ranging from XS-XL. 

For those feeling a stretch in finances, sign up for the WVN Circle to get points for your purchases (and birthday!).

Community & charitable giving: 

Grab your sustainable yoga props and settle in for your yoga flow knowing part of your purchase will provide young girls with educational opportunities through She’s the First.


Is there any item of clothing that’s as ubiquitous and un-live-without-able as leggings? Casual or dressy; active or leisure; winter or summer— ethical leggings are (almost) always a good choice. Image by Organic Basics #ethicalleggings #sustainableleggings #environmentallyfriendlyleggings #sustainablejungle
Image by Organic Basics

About Organic Basics

Price Range: $85–$90

Organic Basics keeps it real, because they know that “the fashion industry is dirty”. 

In fact, their A-Z guide to the Fashion Industry notes that over 2,000 chemicals are used in order to process textiles—not even 10% are approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  

This Danish company is trying to do something about that by being conscious about how they choose their fabrics and factories.

Ultimately, they’re conscious about us, the consumers, too. With workmanship and quality in mind, they’re designing products that feel better and last longer. 

They have a range of men’s and women’s clothing essentials for that minimalist wardrobe (like ethical t shirts and socks), and even some bare essentials (ahem, some of our fave eco friendly underwear).

To literally top those ethical bottoms off, they also have some of the best women’s ethical leggings.

Organic Basics’ Ethical and Sustainability Practices


After investigating some of the issues with ethical jewelry, we certainly wouldn’t have thought silver would be the solution for ethical workout leggings?! OB obviously does!

Organic Basics’ SilverTech™ Active Leggings combine bluesign® approved recycled silver salt with Polygiene® finish that helps to prevent the growth of bacteria and reduce odor.

Worried about how you’ll take care of silver leggings?


They’re easy on you (and the planet) when washing—just be sure to use cold water. 

Because pants can’t be entirely made of metal, they also use recycled nylon and a tiny bit of elastane (virgin) in their leggings.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Organic Basics prioritizes working conditions that go beyond “basic.” They ensure that the factories they work with provide living wages, don’t use child labor, and are filled by workers who have freely chosen employment. 

Their factories are also GOTS and SA8000 certified, BSCI-compliant, and visited regularly by the Organic Basics team. 

If you’ve got a keen interest in transparency, you’ll be pleased to know that you can see everything about OB’s factories (hours worked, vacation days given, etc.).

Green business practices: 

Every single material they work with is picked based on its environmental footprint and durability.

This means that they predominantly work with recycled, renewable, natural, or biodegradable textiles. See the impressive impact this has had on the company’s footprint in their Impact Report.

Through offsets, they’re also carbon neutral and encourage shoppers to buy climate credits through their website! 


Their leggings fit sizes XS through XL. We love seeing people of all sizes modelling them on their website.

Community & charitable giving: 

Through The Organic Basics Fund, community members and organizations can apply for funding to support their own environmental and social justice projects. In the past, this fund has helped create pollinator habitats, supported communities in the Amazon, and more.


As with each one of our ethical garment guides, we rely on our in-depth analysis of what ethical and sustainable fashion means. If you haven’t read it yet, we recommend you do, it’ll breakdown the details of how we judge each brand. 

If you’re short on time, however, here’s a quick summary of the things we considered when looking for eco friendly leggings specifically.


When it comes to leggings, sustainability starts with the stretch.

Elastane is known for its, well, elasticity. What makes it possible, however, is the fact that it’s a polymer fabric (like polyester) that’s made from polyurethane (plastic).

The production of this material requires a lot of toxic chemicals and generally doesn’t last too long (which ultimately means the release of microplastics). It’s petroleum based and has a more finite lifespan (which is why we don’t see too much recycled elastane).

For most pairs of leggings (including including garments like sustainable sports bras), elastane AKA lycra AKA spandex is what makes them able to withstand downward dogs or bending to get into the refrigerator.

So while the fabric itself isn’t ideal, it does a lot to add to the use and lifespan of leggings, so there’s a tradeoff.

While we have yet to come up with an eco-alternative that’s as stretchy as elastane, it’s hopeful to see that these brands are trying. When they do use elastane, they’re combining it with natural or recycled materials like organic cotton, bamboo viscose, and recycled polyester or nylon

Keeping elastane percentages small (under 10% ideally) was another factor for us.

Supply chain and labor practices: When we looked for eco friendly stretchy soft leggings, we wanted to make sure that they were made responsibly.

Wary of greenwashing, we looked for transparency—brands who could back their claims of using safe working environments, paying fair wages, and partnering with responsible factories and suppliers. 

Green business practices:

Sourcing sustainable materials is the most important factor when it comes to ethical leggings, but backing it up with other environmental practices is even better.

We were extra excited to get into a pair of new leggings when we knew that they were made in a way that reduced water / energy consumption, produced in a carbon neutral way, or came in eco friendly packaging. 


Everyone should be able to enjoy a comfy pair of leggings.

They’re pretty much quintessential to the womxn’s wardrobe these days. That’s why we looked for brands who make products for more sizes, deviate from the standard cookie-cutter type of model, or offer ways for more people to afford their products. 

Community & charitable giving:

We loved that most of these brands never call quits when it comes to giving back to people and the planet. Through staff volunteer days and charitable donations, we’re happy that a pair of leggings can mean so much more. 


We don’t know about you, but after reading this list we’re feeling the need to slide into some comfy ethical leggings and binge the latest environmental documentary on Netflix.  

But before we do, we’re going to take a peek in our closet and grab the pair of leggings that we already own. This is not only the best thing for our pockets, but also for our planet. 

Though, as durable as some brands might try to make them, leggings don’t last forever, especially given the modern lady’s love of living in them.

So, when you do need a new pair, consider supporting one of these brands who are fighting fast fashion. 

Is there any item of clothing that’s as ubiquitous and un-live-without-able as ethical leggings? Casual or dressy; active or leisure; winter or summer—ethical leggings are (almost) always a good choice. Image by Synergy #ethicalleggings #sustainableleggings #environmentallyfriendlyleggings #sustainablejungle

4 thoughts on “9 Ethical Leggings For That Sustainable Stretch”

    • Good question Mir, admittedly we haven’t come across petites specifically. We’d love to include some though so please do let us know if you find any that meet our sustainability criteria. Thank you!

  1. So confused by the “inclusivity” section here when most of these brands only carry up to XL? That’s not considered inclusive, it’s standard.

    • Thanks for the feedback Lucy – we’re trying to use that section in a factual way so the reader can decide whether the brand is inclusive to them. If you’re looking for a list of brands that are properly size inclusive, this article might help


Leave a comment