Let’s Hear It For The Boys….

Check out my picks for the ethically-minded blokes of the world:

Wisdom Tee by A Question Of – The T-shirt is produced in Tanzania under fair trade conditions and made from GOTS certified organic African cotton.
La Mariniére by A Question Of – ethical fashion with free worldwide shipping!
Decontrol Kennedy Black vegan motorcycle jacket from April77 – Crazy moustache not included…
Tito Vest by Auralis – Bamboo buttons, hemp and recycled PET light weight duck fabric blend.
Guayabera by Auralis – Made from hemp and organic cotton! Auralis is committed to sustainable practices that are considerate to the planet.
Recycled Bottle T-Shirt by Playback – Just one of these stylish tees is made from approx. 8.5 plastic PET bottles…amazing!
Hemp Linen Suit by Rawganique – From certified organic European hemp. Sweatshop-free.
The World’s First Organic Cologne by Herban Cowboy – No dyes or harsh synthetics just a great scent. Even the packaging is eco-friendly 😀
Men’s Active Zip Polo by RETH¿NK – Pull on this 95% recycled polyester, 5% bamboo charcoal PET polo and get active with a happy heart!!!


Edun Eclipse Jeans from The Natural Store – A Rilke poem is printed on the inside pocket of these 98% cotton jeans.
Eye T from The Urban Ecology – This striking organic t-shirt is a brilliant addition to any man’s wardrobe who has an ‘eye’ for sustainable fashion ;o)
Men’s Animal Lovers Sock Pack from Neo Tokyo – To save on waste they come conveniently packed inside a wash bag that has a great wolf print but best of all…proceeds go towards campaigns to end the cruel live export of sheep!
Men’s Wold Embroidery Slim Fit Tee from Neo Tokyo – Made from 100% cotton funds from the sale of these t-shirts goes towards the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) work helping orangutans in Borneo! I heart you Neo Tokyo 😀
Organic Cotton Boxers by Eco Fibres – Organic + Fair Trade = YAY 😀
Eggplant pink and purple floral vintage 1970s St Michael tie at Candy Says – Love!
Organic Cotton Jungle Print Shirt from Chandni Chowk – Chandni Chowk (Hindi for ‘shiny/silver/bright – place/area’) is a fair trade company which specialises in textiles hand made in India and Bangladesh by wonderfully skilled crafts people to a very high quality.
100% Organic Spiral T-Shirt by Colonel Kilgore – This company has a variety of organic surfwear…sweeet!
Men’s Summer Premium Tropical Stripe by Pants to Poverty – Made from fair trade and organic cotton, £1 per pair sold is donated to their new child labour free programme in India.
Think Green T-shirt at Ban T-shirts – Certified organic.
Casual Wide Leg Jeans available at Exclusive Roots –  Designed by Mighel Critten and produced by Privaling in Khayelitsha South Africa. Exclusive Roots is committed to fair trade.
‘The Answer’ fair trade organic men’s t-shirt from Level Pegging –  This ethical company was created by Megan & Isabelle who were determined to avoid slave-labour, non-organic clothing…nice one ladies!!! 😀
Men’s Scarf by Gossypium – Organic and fair trade coupled with a funky look!
Eko Bamboo T-Shirt at Love Eco – Made in a Fairwear Foundation audited factory (a guarantee that from seed to shop, everyone involved in the manufacture of this garment has been paid a living wage in clean, safe working conditions) from 70% bamboo viscose and 30% organic cotton jersey. 
Malthus Organic Tee from Rapauni Clothing – Made in a wind-powered, Fairwear Foundation audited factory and is printed on 100% Organic Cotton this t-shirt design was inspired by overpopulation and classic computer games!
Panda T-shirt from Rapauni Clothing – Real men wear conservation icons on their tees ;o)
Themes Tee from CPAS – 100% organic cotton, printed with water based ink and is part of the “Greened Collection” a limited series t-shirts created by artists/graphic designers in order to help the charity Global Green.
Fair trade sports gear from EtikoThe purchase of these balls also helps fund community develop projects in third world countries AND sports programs for Aboriginal children in Australia.

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