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Organic Basics

Updated: Sep 2, 2021

Organic Basics is a Copenhagen based brand committed to transparency, inclusivity, and sustainability. Our favorite part about this brand is their passion for educating consumers on the multifaceted factors behind true sustainability. Organic Basics mentions intersectional environmentalism in the Activism tab and even points out areas of improvement within their brand. Their detailed Impact Report is not just a source of statistics and information, but also includes captivating, interactive graphics perfect for browsing!

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We are huge fans of the SilverTech™Active Collection by Organic Basics. Your favorite activewear pieces are made available and sustainable through the use of SilverTech™. This is a treatment where the polymer fibre for the product is covered in silver and blended with organic cotton resulting in a soft, odor controlling, and heat regulating product that requires less washes! According to data from an Organic Basics survey, SilverTech™ Active products are washed ~36 times during their useful life (half as often as traditional garments). This results in water savings of ~50% (~500 liters of water per kg of fabric) over the useful life of the product compared to traditional garments. These activewear basics are practically made to stay in your wardrobe.

Why We Love Organic Basics


  • It's for everyone! They carry men and women's lines

  • Carry a variety of apparel with cozy accessories to match!

  • Offer a wide variety of neutral and earthy colors


  • GOTS certified organic cotton

  • Recycled nylon

  • TENCEL™ Lyocell

  • Recycled wool

  • SilverTech™

  • Polygiene®

  • Recycled cashmere

  • Seamless knit fabric


  • Impact Index to communicate environmental savings on each of their materials

  • For example, compared to conventional cotton, their TENCEL™ Lyocell saves ~86% in water, 35% in energy, and 33% in emissions


  • Transparent with factories- they list each factory’s information including their certificates, audits, and employee benefits

  • No child labor

  • Employees are paid a living wage


  • Models promote racial diversity along with some size diversity


  • Have conducted workshops around how to improve diversity in their social media collaborations and made steps towards educating their audience on white supremacy


Dahlia Certifications

  • Dahlia Certified

  • Donates to Environmental Initiatives

  • Donates to Social Justice causes

Third-Party Certifications

  • 1% for the Planet

  • Certified B Corps

  • One Carbon World partner

  • GOTS-certified Organic Cotton

  • GRS-Certified Recycled Nylon

  • Bluesign® Polygiene® treatment

  • OEKO-TEX® STANDARD 100 SilverTech™ Everyday and TENCEL™ collections

Cover image: @sofiagraca

Second image: @agichritine

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