Your Ultimate Guide On How To Wear Natural Fabrics

by Preshita Thakur

Fabrics make up most of what we consume, especially in fashion. But with this increased fashion consumption, an environmental crisis on the major, and the increasing waste in our landfills, hence, carbon footprints, the need of the hour is a sustainable model, a big-time need in our textile industry.
How to go sustainable, you ask? Few pointers, a bit of research, and simply having a responsible mindset would do. But the most important of it all are the fabrics used. Built to last, sustainable fabrics are not just easy on the environment, but also on your skin, are biodegradable, and equally stylish. To sum it up, go natural, buy organic, support local crafts, and look for these fabrics!
Fabric made from the fibres of the flax plant, linen is biodegradable, super strong, absorbent, and dries even faster than cotton. And because of these properties, it makes for a valued garment for the environment and summers.

Pink May Mini Dress


Sonnet Blue Shirt Dress


Durga Saree with


A natural fabric that is hand-spun and handwoven, be it cotton, silk, jute, or wool, Khadi is a precious fabric interlaced with India’s history and culture. Most importantly, it is highly sustainable, since there is no use of machines or energy, and thus has a really low carbon footprint.

Maroon Mia Top


Nina Jumpsuit


White Checkered Kurta


Hemp is a type of sustainable textile that is made using fibres from the stalks of the Cannabis sativa plant.
One of the strongest and most durable fabrics, hemp absorbs moisture, is naturally antibacterial, and blocks ultraviolet rays, which makes it a sustainable summer pick.

Raspberry Pink Embroidered


White Solid Crop Top


Off White Printed Dress


Less environmentally destructive than conventional cotton, organic cotton is a natural fibre that is renewable and biodegradable, does not use any pesticides, and most importantly uses less water and energy.

Taro Beige Pant


Pink Solid/Plain Dress


Checkered Monochrome


Made from natural fibres, Poplin is a fine, but thick, wool, cotton, or silk fabric that has weaves that give it a corded surface look. It is crisp, bright, and firm, and clothes made from it are easy to iron and do not wrinkle easily.

Blue Night Queen Midi


Emerald Green Harmony


Blue Cornflower A-Line


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