Ungalli Clothing REVIEW: sustainable clothing

Ungalli Clothing REVIEW sustainable clothing juicygreenmom

Sustainable fashion is one of those things where I really feel like we vote with what we choose to buy. There are so much low quality and unethically-made clothing out there, and it just contributes to the disposable society mindset. I’m always excited when I find another sustainable or eco-conscious option, and I’m glad to share about this one! Ungalli Clothing Company is 100% recycled clothing made from recycled PET bottles, recycled cotton, and scraps from cotton factory floors. The screen prints on their shirts are all water-based inks, and the clothing is made ethically in North America.

I got 2 shirts to try out and review, a short sleeve and a long sleeve. In my opinion, the women’s shirts run pretty much true to size, and are just the right amount of fitted.

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The green “Nothin’ but Footprints” tee is made from 50% recycled plastic bottles and 50% recycled cotton. I really like the feel of the fabric on this shirt, it’s nice and soft. The message on it is one that I love as well, and it’s such a beautiful print! This has quickly become one of my favourite t-shirts!

The black long sleeve with bronze print tee is made from 50% recycled polyester and 50% recycled cotton. I found that the feel of the fabric is a bit thicker than the green tee, and a bit rougher to the touch. It’s a shirt that I choose when I want to be warm because the fabric feels heavier. I haven’t worn this one as often, mostly because the fabric doesn’t feel as soft and comfy as the other shirt.

Ungalli Clothing Co. also has hoodies and accessories available. I hope this Ungalli Clothing review provides you with another option when you need to get some new casual sustainable clothes!

What’s your favourite t-shirt?

(Disclosure: Ungalli provided me with a 20% off discount code to use in purchasing the products used for this review. No other compensation was received. Opinions expressed are my own.)