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Men's Section

A lot of people talk about women's fashion like it’s an ongoing struggle, but men can have difficulty figuring out what styles and outfits work best too! Especially if you’re trying to find ethical and sustainably-made items—the fact is the explosion of ethical fashion movement has, so far, produced a lot more options for women than for men. But, there are still a lot of brands making clothes for men that are paying fair trade wages and using highly ecofriendly processes.

Obviously this isn’t true for all and we’re always reluctant to generalize, but it can be the case that men's fashion is something that a guy doesn’t pick up as much talking with his friends or following Instagram influencers. So sometimes it can be harder to get ideas or find the right item. It can be easy to fall into a rut, not knowing where to start beyond the same old things you’re already comfortable wearing.

One of the most popular areas of men's clothing has become the graphic tee and jeans look. There are a lot of ethical, sustainable, organic t-shirt options for guys out there. Some fashion experts have said they have problems with graphic tees as they believe that no one really enjoys reading other people's clothing... But we still like some of ‘em anyway! And men routinely buy these clothes more for a nice fit than the graphic. Selecting softer and more comfortable but stylish clothes can make a difference.

Buying men's clothing that properly fits a man's body cannot be overstated. Men will sometimes purchase baggier clothing as it as seen as more comfortable. And sometimes pure comfort is what you’re going for. But for nights out on the town and things like that, a pair of jeans that properly hugs a guy’s legs and is relatively form-fitting can still be comfortable and might appear more stylish.

Another thing the fashionistas/-istos argue about mens fashion is shorts. Some experts say that shorts are inappropriate on any man over 25, but we say no way, shorts can look great on men.

Men's Athletic wear is a place where it can be easy to settle. Branching out on different types of material that assist your workout and fit will revolutionize your time, and the way you dress, at the gym.

Go for comfort, fit and (they say) matching clothes. As long as any clothes properly fit the man and match decently well, it’ll all work out. There is hope for those of us who have nothing but work clothes and sweatpants! ;-)

Interest in men's fashion is on the rise. A man who looks good feels good. And of course, we think it also always feels better to shop with brands that support your beliefs. Consumers have tremendous power—the more we demand products that reduce poverty, fight climate change, and otherwise make the world better, the more the market will supply those things.