Underwear & Lingerie

Boody Bamboo Eco Clothing

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Written by Jennifer Nini

You’re probably thinking:

Why the heck did Eco Warrior Princess add a bamboo clothing brand to its Eco Directory!?

Keep calm, let me explain.

For one, Boody doesn’t hide behind the “eco” qualities of bamboo. The brand knows that measuring an eco footprint from bamboo is complex given that the manufacturing process involves using a chemical solution to turn it into a fibre.

But they also know there is no such thing as a 100% sustainable fabric so they aren’t afraid to admit that the fabric is bamboo viscose and they label all their garments and packaging it accordingly.

They are still just as passionate about having the lowest possible environmental footprint for both their garments and supply chain, and are tirelessly re-assessing their processes and ensuring that their supply chain is ethical and fully transparent. Something that I highly value in all businesses.

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The other good news about Boody products is that it leaves no residual chemicals in the fabric after the bamboo process. The yarn is Oeko-Tex 100 certified and carries the “Confidence in Textiles” certification which attests that there are no harmful chemicals or toxins found, nor does it contain trace chemicals that pose any health threat whatsoever.

The business is committed to producing high-quality products, with a focus on sustainable materials and practices. Boody’s bamboo is EcoCert certified, which means that bamboo is grown organically using no synthetic fertilisers or pesticides and rainwater rather than irrigation.

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The company also holds a Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production certification which audits and accredits their production facilities as offering fair wages and safe and legal working conditions – so no child labour, no discrimination and comply with all environmental regulations, and respects workers rights. For more information about Boody’s accreditation, check out the WRAP website.

The brand’s factories also have ISO Certification which means they are environmentally aware and recycle all waste and use closed loop systems when dyeing fabric so that no polluted water is released into the environment. In addition, the dyes are low salt and eco-friendly and packaging uses recycled paper and inks are vegetable based.

Many of you know that I am a fan of bamboo given that we grow bamboo on our farm. I use the term ‘grow’ loosely because it grows itself without any effort and energy on my part. It truly is a highly resistant, hardy grass that grows with little interference. It is drought resistant, pest resistant and grows extremely quickly. These are eco-friendly characteristics that are often overlooked and should still be factored in when ‘shopping better’.

In fact, before I partnered with Boody, I had made several purchases because their clothing is basic and ultra comfortable to wear when I’m practising yoga or working out at the gym. Plus if you’ve ever worn bamboo, you’d know how silky smooth it feels. Absolutely divine on the skin.

And for a limited time only, Eco Warrior Princess has partnered with Australian brand Boody to provide readers with 15% off all bamboo eco wear. Just use the code ECOWARRIOR on checkout and get a further discount on already affordable eco clothing. Expires Sept 30, 2016. Good timing for Father’s Day too!

To shop the website, click here.

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Disclosure: Eco Warrior Princess will make a small commission from each sale of a Boody product. The monies collected helps us to continue providing free content to our readers and allows us to pay fair wages to the entire team. For more information on our affiliate marketing policies, click here.

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About the author

Jennifer Nini

Jennifer Nini is a writer, activist and the founding editor of Eco Warrior Princess. In 2010, after studying Fashion Business, she began this blog to explore her interests in fashion, politics, social justice and sustainability. Jennifer is also the founder of The Social Copywriter, a digital agency harnessing the power of copywriting and content marketing to help mindful businesses reach more people. When she's not perfecting a sentence or coaching business clients, you will find her at her certified organic farm reconnecting with nature.

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