Pact Apparel Haul + Reviews | Ethical & Organic
Pact apparel review
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A few months ago, I came across a company that mixed a few of my favorite things: sustainability, low prices, and really soft clothes.
Pact makes comfortable, 100% organic cotton basics that are actually affordable. You can find them on Amazon or their home site, but an insider tip is that their home site tends to have a constant 20% discount for newcomers.
The company is pretty young, but it's already covered every basic your closet could contain — from socks and underwear to hoodies, sleepwear, and even some yoga gear. But, while the shelf bra tank (), underwear (), sports bra (), and wrap dress () I own are all great (opaque, very soft, and low maintenance as basics should be), the wrap dress is the undeniable standout. It's simple and unobtrusive (read: you can wear this anywhere), but I still get compliments on it almost every time I wear it. The wrap dress is an uncomplicated marvel — flattering, slimming, and timeless — and Pact's hidden gem is that they're offering the perfect go-anywhere iteration for less than .
The Wrap Dress is typically (it's on sale right now), but even at it's still a steal. I've worn it to work, out to dinner with friends, and sight-seeing in Paris. It goes with heels, sneakers, or flip-flops. Like all Pact basics, the cotton is thick, exceptionally soft, and as easy to take care of as the rest of your cotton basics. It comes in the no-fuss, wear-anywhere colors of black and navy, and ranges from XS to XL. It hits above the knee, has a fitted body at the waist with a tie belt, v-shaped neckline, and short sleeves — and it's shrink-resistant.
Like the rest of Pact's clothes, it's also something you can feel good about buying. Most clothes hit in the - range, and they're all made out of certified organic cotton and in Fair Trade factories in an effort to make comfort that doesn't come at the expense of other people or the planet.
Organic cotton typically uses far less water to produce, and Pact never uses toxic dyes or pesticides to make the clothes you plan to wear next-to-skin. Organic cotton, in general, doesn't require the toxins (pesticides, insecticides, GMOs and herbicides) that can be harmful to workers, consumers, and wildlife eco-systems.
All in all, Pact clothes are comfortable basics that act as they should, and they usually feel better and cost less than what I'd spend elsewhere. Essentially the only difference — aside from a softer feel — is that they come from a company that's doing business in a more ethical way.
You really can't go wrong with anything on the site, but if you've ever been curious about owning a wrap dress or have already experienced the total joy of one, you should grab one of Pact's version before they're gone.
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