Wholesome Culture is an eco-friendly clothing company committed to treating animals and the planet with kindness and respect. As a traveler, I’ve seen firsthand how climate change and pollution have affected the animals, our beaches, and all ecosystems on our planet are great ways to help make a difference.
Did You Know: 92 million tonnes of textile waste ends up in landfills every year. – Earth.Org
Wholesome Culture is more than a clothing brand.
It’s a movement to make the world a better place for everyone. To help clean our seas and go plastic-free one piece of clothing at a time.
Here’s why you will LOVE Wholesome Culture clothing!
Wholesome Culture Ethics:
I love the Wholesome Culture travel clothing! Not only are their clothes adorable but they’re promoting eco-friendly concepts to everyone that purchases them and sees you wearing them! Plus the clothing is made in Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) certified factories. WRAP is a non-profit dedicated to promoting safe, lawful, humane, and ethical manufacturing around the world through certification and education.
A Brand You Can Feel Good About
”Our mission is to inspire a mindful and sustainable lifestyle. We believe every choice made in consideration of animals, the environment, and our fellow humans makes a positive impact. You can feel great wearing our clothes knowing these values guide everything we do. Small actions can have a huge impact if we work together. Thank you for joining our movement for change.”– Wholesome Culture
Wholesome Culture donates 10% of your order to support animal and environmental groups so you can choose which issue is important to you.
THEY share THEIR extra clothes
Wholesome Culture clothing is printed on demand in order to reduce waste. Any excess product due to returns or exchanges is given to organizations that share the same values and can help those in need. So far, nearly 24,000 tees have been donated.
We have but one planet, and it’s in trouble.
SUSTAINABLE Clothing PRODUCTS
Eco-friendly hats, loungewear, jumpsuits, backpacks, underwear, eco leggings, masks, clutches, and clothes made from recycled plastic.
RESPECT THE PLANET
One of my favorite Wholesome Culture vibes! Travel clothing line with flowers, plants, bees, mountains, and more super cute earth-friendly illustrations to show your support in protecting our planet. They even have a coffee mug made out of bamboo, how cool is that?
PROTECT THE OCEAN
“There’s so much junk at sea, the debris has formed giant garbage patches. There are five of them around the world, and the largest — the Great Pacific Garbage Patch — includes an estimated 1.8 trillion pieces of trash and covers an area twice the size of Texas.”Conservation.org, OCEAN POLLUTION: 11 FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW;
SUPPORT THE ANIMALS ECO-FRIENDLY CLOTHING
The famous BEE KIND line, and my 2nd favorite! Grow a garden, plant more trees, and protect our bee’s tees.
Destroying our oceans and harming the animals who call them home. The food, beauty, and fashion industries contribute to the cruelty, suffering, and needless deaths of billions of animals… each year.
“100% of baby sea turtles have plastic in their stomachs. 1 in 3 fish caught for human consumption contains plastic. More than 1 million seabirds and 100,000 marine animals die from plastic pollution every year.”Condor Ferries, Shocking Ocean Plastic Statistics: The Threat to Marine life, The Ocean & Humanity; Statistics for 2020-2021
Why Being Vegan or Vegetarian Makes a Difference
Animal agriculture is rapidly destroying habitats across the globe and is the leading cause of greenhouse gases. Logan and I made the transition to a vegetarian diet a few years ago when we learned of the devastating effects eating meat has on our planet. North America’s factory farming is the main contributor and treats the animals with cruelty and unnecessary abuse.
Combined we’ve lost upwards of 90 lbs (40.8 kg) since the diet switch. If we didn’t eat eggs and cheese, our diet would be considered vegan. More people than ever suffer from health problems, and the numbers are rising. Freshwater is becoming polluted, poisoned, or disappearing.
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Did you know?
“The fashion industry produces 10% of all humanity’s carbon emissions and is the second-largest consumer of the world’s water supply..“World Economic Forum, “These facts show how unsustainable the fashion industry is”
Tough pill to swallow huh?
As a consumer, we have the choice of who and where we get our products & services from. Wholesome Culture makes it a priority that anyone who works for them is safe and ethically treated. That includes where they manufacture and produce their clothing.
Make a Difference
Along with my travels, I started to pay attention to how big my carbon footprint was away from home. Shopping and the bags that came with it were unacceptable. Bringing a reusable shopping bag doesn’t take up space when traveling. You can use it at the airports for your snacks in-between flights. Or there are always the local markets, with food, treats, and other handmade products. It never hurts to bring one, you’ll never know when you need it.