A Variety of Clothing Fabric Material Choices

In recent years, we have seen a series of vegan fabrics emerging, which are not only of excellent quality, but also the perfect combination of tactility and environmental protection. More and more clothing brands are also beginning to use these fabrics that do not harm animals. The following will introduce some of them to you.

(1) Organic cotton

Soft, organic cotton is grown without harmful chemicals, which does not destroy the ecosystem, but also improves the quality of the soil and usually uses less water. Compared to wool, organic cotton is easier to clean, dries faster and has a softer feel.

(2) flax fiber

Flax fiber is a durable material that becomes softer and firmer the longer it is used. Vegan fabrics like linen can absorb some of the moisture before it feels wet, up to 20% of its own weight. Wool generally takes a long time to dry, but sheeer linen fabric wicks away moisture easily and helps you stay dry. In addition, flax does not cause allergies, consumes less pesticides and fertilizers than other crops, and is recyclable and biodegradable.

(3) Seaweed fiber

Grind finely the dried seaweed, and cellulose fibers are added at the same time to make seaweed fibers for various textiles. The brown algae used in this material is said to activate cell regeneration, remineralize the skin, control inflammation, reduce itching (wool is itchy), and detoxify the body. The porous structure of the seaweed fiber fabric can promote the absorption and release of humidity, achieving warm in winter and cool in summer.

(4) Lyocell fiber

Materials made from wood pulp produced through environmentally friendly processes (recycling chemicals) are collectively known as Lyocell fibers, also known as Tencel. The material is biodegradable, recyclable and naturally wrinkle-free. At the same time, it can also be used as a substitute for silk, which is soft, drapeable, washable, dyeable, and even imitates the characteristics of leather by weaving.

(5) Soybean fiber

Soybean fiber, also known as "vegetable cashmere", is an eco-friendly fabric made from by-products of soybean processing. It has the softness and shine of silk, the drape and durability of cotton, and the warmth and comfort of cashmere. This material does not contain any petrochemicals and most importantly does not harm the sheep.

(6) Recycled polyester

When you throw your finished beverage bottle in the recycling bin, it might be repurposed into some kind of polyester. Unlike wool, recycled polyester is soft to the touch and won't tickle your neck.

These vegan fabrics are not only environmentally friendly, but also harmless to animals. They are versatile, fashion all-rounders, and future bellwethers, free of any animal-based materials, because cruelty-free is the future of fashion!