8 Best Sustainable Lingerie Brands for 2021

If you’re looking to shop from sustainable brands, you’re in the right place. We’ve found some of the very best sustainable lingerie brands out there.

We’ve selected a variety of brands using natural fibers, kind to the earth, and your body, all with a goal of reducing waste in the fashion industry.

You’ll find lingerie for all body types, and we’ve added price ranges so you know what to expect when shopping.

Let’s jump in.

Best Sustainable Lingerie Brands

Uye Surana

Uye Surana sustainable lingerie

Sustainability: Handmade, ethically produced. Eco-friendly dying process, small batch production, 100% recycled packaging

Price range: $20 – $54

Sizes: XS – 3XL

Uye Surana’s lingerie is handmade in small batches in their NYC studio, and in a partner factory, which is family-owned, in Columbia.

They’re known for their range of designs that have all been extensively fit tested to offer comfort and support in every size they offer.

The dying process they use is sustainable and allows thm to transfer prints onto every piece without wasting excess water or using toxic dyes.

They’ve been featured in places like Refinery29, Nylon, Bazaar, Allure, and more.

Pictured: Peacock Eyes & Dragonflies Printed High Neck Bralette, $56.50

Le Buns

Le Buns

Sustainability: Natural fibers, regenerated nylon underwear Simple intimates, loungewear, and swimwear ranges

Price Range: $30 – $70

Sizes: 6 – 16

Le Buns is a female-led company with a solid sustainability agenda.

Simplicity meets sustainability.

Le Buns combines chic, sexy simplicity, with an environmental focus.

Using only natural dyes, organic fibers, and regenerated nylon in their pieces, Le Buns’ pieces allow you to feel supported and sexy in comfortable everyday intimates.


Dora Larsen

Dora Larsen sustainable lingerie

Sustainability: A small family-run business donating 1£ profit to charity organizations that support environmental and social change.

Price Range: £30-£90

Sizes: 32 A – 38E/F

London-based studio Dora Larsen offers up a refreshing array of colorful contemporary lingerie, suited for everybody.

This vibrant intimates brand has a sustainable focus by acknowledging its environmental impact and acting on it.

For example, they donate £1 to charity organizations from every item sold.

They use recycled materials, and the cotton in their knicker gussets are 100% organic and GOTS certified.

This small business is working to change and improve its sustainability practices year after year.  

Pictured: Freya Lace Underwire Bra £56 

Lara Intimates

Lara intimiates eco-friendly bras

Sustainability: Zero-waste, female run, sustainable bras, and pants for every body type.

Price Range: £20 – £50

Sizes: Bra cups A-GG

Lara Intimates provide sustainable bras and pants for every body type, offering their bras in a range of inclusive sizes.

They are committed to being sustainable by using responsibly sourced deadstock fabrics and operate on a zero-waste policy.

Their female-only factory based in London, England, ensures their lingerie is 100% woman focused.

Pictured: Ava Bra £48


Anekdot eco-friendly lingerie

Sustainability: Upcycling deadstock laces and vintage trimmings into beautiful lingerie. Donate 50 cents of profit from every item to charity organizations.

Price Range: $40 – $120

Sizes: XS – L (Items can be made to order)

European lingerie and swimwear brand Anekdot uses deadstock fabrics and vintage trimmings to upcycle them into gorgeous delicate lace bras, bralettes and briefs.

Anekdot transforms these fabrics, usually destined for incineration at landfall, into beautiful sustainable pieces whilst preserving the earths resources.

They have a zero-waste mantra and some products are made to order.

Pictured: Midnight Bloom Set $120

Colie Co

Colie Co sustainable lingerie

Sustainability: Using fabrics from deadstock materials and low carbon, sustainable materials

Price Range: $25 – $80

Sizes: 28C – 38D, XS-XL

Colie Co is an eco-centric lingerie brand using reclaimed deadstock fabrics that would otherwise end up in landfill.

The brand offers sexy styles whilst ensuring every products has a sustainable focus by using earth-friendly materials.

This brand offers up styles to suit every woman, from simple bamboo silks to eccentric patterns with a sexy twist.

Pictured: ASTRID TAP PANTS lingerie set 78$


Hara sustainable lingerie Melbourne

Sustainability: Practical pieces cut, sewn, and naturally dyed in Melbourne, Australia. Use sustainable materials such as bamboo fibers.

Price: $45-$65

Sizes: XS – 5XL

Melbourne based brand Hara offers contemporary practical designs for every body shape and size.

Hara offers bras, undies, leotards, and loungewear.

Hara uses bamboo fibers and natural dyes to ensure its environmental impact is low without compromising on quality.

Their mission is to promote environmental awareness and education to the fashion industry.


Organic Basics

Organic Basics Lingerie

Sustainability: Sustainable materials, supply chain transparency

Price: $44 – 75

Sizes: XS – XL

Organic Basics make more than just underwear, but we highly recommend them.

They make a variety of bras and bralettes, made from sustainable materials like TENCEL (made from responsibly sourced wood pulp).

They also have supply chain transparency, paying everyone involved a fair wage and never using child labor.

Pictured: Women TENCEL™ Lite Bralette, $47

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