We as Dahlia love Groceries Apparel because it stands for many aspects we believe the fashion industry should embody. We applaud Groceries Apparel’s commitment to its transparency, its production and use of natural materials in order to create comfortable, trendy products and styles.The clothing created by Groceries Apparel is manufactured in Los Angeles, California and ensures substantial standards of living wages, safe working conditions, and natural fabrics and dyes. Groceries Apparel creates women’s activewear and loungewear sets, where every piece is unique due to the dyeing process. Groceries Apparel uses upcycled avocado pits and skins, carrot tops, onion skins, and fermented indigo to create chemical-free clothing. After researching Groceries Apparel, we pride ourselves in partnering with them due to their hands-on approach to getting high quality, ethical, sustainable products to consumers.
One of our favorites from Groceries Apparel is the Fitted Crop Top! It is the perfect summertime top, that is tight-fitting, but still soft and stretchy for low impact support: 98% organic cotton and 8% elastane. They have dyed this top in 14 different colors, and have sizing ranging from XS to 2XL. An essential basic for your closet, now on sale for the summer! If you love a matching set like we do, the Kazuko Short makes the perfect pair. While the color range is not as vast, with 8 color options, you can mix and match for a fun colorful look. By shopping Groceries Apparel, it allows consumers to add affordable, responsibly sourced, high quality basics to their wardrobe.
Why We Love Groceries Apparel
Women’s athleisure and activewear brand
Range of tops and bottoms
Wide variety of colors - natural to bold
No harmful chemicals
Use of vegetable drying
Clothes made from recycled plastic
“...recycling plastic decreases our dependence on oil as a raw material source and curbs the amount of trash being dumped, thereby prolonging landfill life. Reducing the toxic emission from the constant flow of landfill incinerators lessens the advance of global warming.''
Good working conditions
Zero forced or child labor
Models have diverse backgrounds and body types
Sizes range from an XS to an XL
This is the one area that Groceries Apparel can improve, as they could have a more inclusive size range and their site could be more diverse. An example of a brand that does an excellent job at this is Girlfriend Collective.
They commented that “they'd rather go out of business than compromise their model and values”
USDA Organic Certified
Certified Organic Cotton
Cover and first image: @marikadobell
Second image: @wearintheworldsteph