Ethical Underpants? Here’s Our Top 8 Sexy & Sustainable Picks

Sustainable knickers that are sexy to boot? Yeah, they’re here. You don’t have to settle for granola garments and gunny sack looking lingerie. Check out these eight sustainable brands that are bringing sexy back in an eco-friendly way!



You may have heard about them when they launched their viral Nude For All collection, featuring seven shades of nude basics to match a more diverse range of nude skintones. Naja empowers women through their Underwear for Hope program, which involves employing many single mothers in Colombia to sew handmade pieces.

They additionally make use of digital printing, and consciously reduce water waste, while striving to include fabrics made from rPET (recycled plastic bottles) in all of their collections. Our pick pictured above; the Steffi Bustier ($65) paired with the Audrey Hi-Waisted Shanghai Panty ($30).



What’s so great about Sokoloff? Their delicate indie-inspired design is hand-crafted in Canada and responsibly sourced locally or from NYC. The brand celebrates body positivity and self-love for women of all shapes and sizes and you can see this ethos reflected in their models! Check them out 🙂




This particular collection was sustainably made in Italy with a thoughtful production process that results in less waste, less water and less carbon dioxide emissions. The result? Dainty delicates and lace that will make your partner’s heart race. Single AF? That’s okay. Buy it for you, boo.

Clare Bare


Clare Bare isn’t just SoCal, it’s also so sustainable! Clare Bare is a sustainable lingerie brand with each handmade piece created from eco-friendly, vintage, and salvaged fabrics and trim.

A tiny team of lingerie-loving girls power this brand to create products, transforming raw materials into unique textiles using organic dyes and original silkscreened artwork that is sexy and brings out the best SoCal gal in all of us.


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Looking for just the basics? PACT has you covered. PACT ORGANIC is committed to using organic cotton, responsible manufacturing, sustainable and ethical certifications, and values-based shopping. They believe organic cotton is the foundation for addressing labor and environmental challenges that surround clothing. PACT is on a mission to change the apparel industry for good.


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You might say Hot-As-Hell is a bit boho. Wait. Make that a lot. We’re talking florals and romantic sheer chiffon bodysuits, robes and lingerie made of lace. HAH is committed to minimizing waste and utilizes digital printing techniques that require 95% less water and EFL™ an innovative, eco-friendly, performance fabric. Live la vie boheme in this sustainable and stylish lingerie.



A family-owned company that quickly became a cult classic, Cosabella is best known for comfortable, high-quality, and eye-catching pieces. For two generations, Cosabella produces everything in Italy to this day. They take measures to ensure that their employees are treated well, and that the factories they work with adhere to Italy’s labor standards.

Uye Surana

Self-described as delicate and dreamy, Uye Surana is a lingerie leader in the slow fashion movement, pursuing sustainable production goals, and representing more bodies and more people in fashion. They take a mindful approach to production and create everything in-house!

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