28 Stylish American Brands to Flaunt and Feel Elated!

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28 Stylish American Brands to Flaunt and Feel Elated

We continue to look for brands that emphasize transparency and quality in our hunt for ethical products, and American-made clothing companies make a consistent bet on both.

Basics like denim and dresses are designed and manufactured in the United States by these firms. Many people spend less and live more simply when we invest in high-quality staples, so check out how these brands are keeping their style in the United States.

  1. Aliya Wanek

A long-lasting brand emphasizes the relationship between one’s individuality and style. Aliya works with a production sewer along with various other local contractors in the Bay Area to make and dye her clothing when she is not sewing them herself, continually looking for methods to lessen the brand’s environmental effect. From comfortable sweaters to skirts, her items appear like the kind of clothes you would like to live in. Their objective is to make ethical and sustainable clothing that is comfortable and stylish. Aliya produces and dyes her clothing in the Bay Area with the help of a production sewer and other local contractors, continually looking for methods to lessen the brand’s environmental effect.

  1. Two Days Off

Two Days Off is known for its easy-to-wear, classic capsule wardrobe-style products. In Los Angeles, all clothing is either created to order or produced in limited batches. This zero-waste bento tote is ideal for the grocery store or farmer’s market. Another fave is this olive cotton Haruko dress. Two Days Off is a woman-owned along with carbon-neutral lifestyle brand dedicated to bringing a sense of calm into everyday life. They think that well-made clothes are well-loved and that well-loved garments last. Each item is ethically cut and stitched in small batches in Los Angeles, California, and is designed to last.

  1. American Giant

American Giant is a sportswear and casual clothes company based in San Francisco that sells directly to clients via its website. All of its products are made in the United States. The Classic Full Zip hooded sweatshirt, designed by Philipe Manoux, a former Apple industrial engineer, was the company’s first product. It is made of a heavyweight, 12.4 oz fleece with reinforced elbow pads, a double-lined hood, unique hardware, a side panel for movement, and spandex sewn into the cuffs and waist to keep shape and flexibility. Since then, the product line has grown to include a variety of men’s sweatshirts, tee shirts, and sweatpants, as well as women’s sportswear and jeans. The company started offering yarn-dyed flannel shirts in 2018.

  1. MATE the label

MATE the Label is an American-based company that makes everything from t-shirts to loungewear to reusable facemasks. They employ organic cotton and low-impact dyes in all of their garments, which are all manufactured in factories. The clothing is environmentally friendly, and you can be assured that no dangerous chemicals will come into touch with your skin.

  1. Hackwith Design House

Every week, Hackwith Design House releases a one-of-a-kind, limited-edition design in small batches of 25 pieces each. They also have a core collection of fashionable garments for various occasions. Every single one of their garments is handcrafted in St Paul, Minnesota, in the United States, and everything is produced to order to reduce waste. Hackwith Design House has only been around since 2013, so they are still relatively new compared to some of the other firms on this list, but they are already establishing a name for themselves.

  1. Gamine Workwear

Gamine Workwear is a Portland-based women’s workwear company that is made in the United States. To reduce waste, they make small runs of apparel. Gamine Workwear is dedicated to sustainable growth, and everything from the textiles to the care tags and packaging is comprised of recycled or sustainable materials. They collaborate with master dressmakers who employ traditional procedures and are all paid a living salary.

  1. Tellason

Tellason is a denim brand established in San Francisco. Since 2008, they have been making stunning, tough, and honestly manufactured denim. They are dedicated to preserving “blue jean culture” as well as their California-based manufacturing. Tellason specializes in raw selvage denim jeans, but they also produce a wide range of high-quality items, such as denim jackets, shirts, belts, and more. Tellason is a great place to go if you are looking for high-quality denim.

  1. Todd Shelton

Todd Shelton will appeal to those who are concerned about the origins of their clothing. All of their outfits are created in the United States (though some materials are sourced from Italy and Japan), but what sets them apart from the rest of the pack is that everything is made to order. Do not anticipate things to arrive the next day; once you have placed your order, the Todd Shelton team will begin making your item from the ground up, based on the specifications you have provided. On a shirt, you can choose between a pointed collar or a button-down collar, and the length of the inseam on a pair of shorts. Todd Shelton’s garments are made to be used in routine life, so you can count on them to last. They are a little pricy, but given that everything is built to order and you may tailor the things to your exact specifications, it seems reasonable.

  1. LACAUSA

The Spanish word “causa” means “the cause,” which is appropriate for a clothing company that stresses a low-waste design process as well as activities to support human and environmental rights organizations. While just a small portion of the products of LACAUSA is made in Mexico, the majority of its raw materials are made in America. It makes California-inspired clothing outfits varying from jumpsuits to coats, as well as a secondhand shop where you can get your sustainable favorites at a discount.

  1. Sugar Candy Mountain

Sugar Candy Mountain is one of our favorite American-made apparel brands, combining comfort, beauty, and community. This socially conscious fashion firm, which has a boutique in Los Angeles, is concerned not only about limiting its environmental imprint but also about creating timeless, one-of-a-kind designs. Sugar Candy Mountain uses natural materials, French seams (to extend the life of the garment), and repurposed packaging materials to create casual couture essential for your wardrobe.

  1. Hass

Hass’ clothing is not only made in Los Angeles (albeit the super-soft alpaca fiber is sourced from a regenerative farm in Peru), but the company also gives back to Los Angeles and New York communities through its relationships with the NGOs Food Forward and City Harvest. Every purchase made from the B Corp helps a hungry person. Hass is a line of comfortable casual apparel created by Avocado, a natural bedding company. It includes pajamas and sweat sets, tees and tanks, cardigans, and joggers. All have been made from natural, biodegradable, and renewable fibers and dyed with nontoxic dyes.

  1. American Trench

The standard coat by American Trench has been crafted from hand in a New Jersey mill owned by the family using wool from Connecticut and cotton from North Carolina. Moreover, the overall success of the garment resistant to weather enabled the company to use in numerous accessories, various areas. It would be inclusive of Texas manufactured cashmere hats and Pennsylvania knitted socks. American Trench is known to develop its brand with people from all over the world. It has been a major reason why it has an affinity for the US.

  1. Big Bud Press

Every product produced by Big Bud Press is designed and created in sunny Los Angeles (say those five times fast!). In addition, its ethically produced clothing is impressive—there are dozens of unisex styles in about every hue imaginable, all manufactured from locally sourced textiles, recycled acrylic yarns, and low-impact dyes. Size diversity is also important, with sizes ranging from XXS to 7X. We wear the Big Bud Jumpsuit every week.

  1. Filson

Filson has been producing clothing in the United States for over 30 years. Their woven garments are created in New York, and their sweaters are knit in Los Angeles by a partner factory. One of the most intriguing aspects of Filson’s fashion approach is how they organize their garments into 5-item capsules.  You can put together a month’s worth of outfits with only these five pieces. The capsule can be purchased in bulk or individually. In any case, the idea is to let you spend less time in the morning choosing an outfit and more time enjoying your day.

  1. Emerson Fry

Emerson Fry is a family-owned business that is dedicated to not only providing beautiful, timeless wardrobe staples, but also to creating jobs and promoting positive social, cultural, and environmental advances. The firm concentrates on making micro-batches of new and old products every week, and the clothing is handcrafted in the United States utilizing traditional techniques from around the world. The modern minimalist aesthetic, as well as the one-of-a-kind limited edition pieces, are both appealing to us. Emerson Fly manufactures a selection of everyday basics in small batches in America using eco-friendly textiles. Their outfits are simple, and you will find pieces that will stay fashionable and be a fixture in your collection for years. They use durable and environmentally friendly materials such as TENCEL and recycled fibers.

  1. Grovemade

Grovemade is a women’s and men’s apparel line that is entirely made in the United States. They place a strong emphasis on sustainability, with their supply chain supporting organic cotton growers, sewing communities, and artisans in the United States. They employ only organic ingredients that can be traced back to the field where they were cultivated. To lessen environmental impact, their colors are toxin-free, and all of their components are assembled into final garments in the United States. Grovemade makes a variety of fashionable basics, so if you need new tees, loose pants, or socks, this is the brand for you.

  1. Lotuff Leather

Lotuff Leather is a popular and fast-expanding sustainable women’s clothing brand. It manufactures all of its products in the United States. The garments of this brand are up-to-date, modern, and stylish, yet that is just another nicest part about them. They put sustainability at the heart of all they do, investing heavily in infrastructure to reduce their clothing’s waste, water, and energy footprints. They examine everything while designing their garments, including water input, human toxicity, eco-toxicity, energy input, land use, greenhouse gas emissions, availability, and price. They also take into account the material’s aftereffects, such as microfiber shedding.

  1. Raleigh Denim Workshop

Raleigh Denim Workshop makes a variety of plant-based clothes, such as dresses, shirts, and pants. They collaborate with a California-based design team and tailors based in Chicago to handcraft each garment. The company is dedicated to paying fair wages and providing flexible working hours. Hass is a completely vegan company that avoids using environmentally harmful colors. They also provide 10% of proceeds to organizations that support women’s empowerment, animal welfare, and environmental efforts.

  1. Korchmar

Korchmar was founded on the belief that high-quality clothing that looks and feels excellent to wear should be the goal of all clothing companies. They have been around for a long time, having started as a family business in 1979 in America. The company, Korchmar is continually developing and improving its sustainability, and they collaborate closely with their mills and other partners to ensure that their environmental impact is minimized and that their employees are treated well.

  1. Randolph Engineering

Randolph Engineering is a contemporary, trendy business that responsibly manufactures all of its garments in Los Angeles, California. From dresses to pants, you will find a wide range of women’s wear. They also make ethical accessories such as necklaces, bracelets, and scrunches. Randolph Engineering also has a pre-worn section where you can browse for gently used but still high-quality American-made apparel.

  1. Lady White Go

This brand has been making products in America for 25 years and is still going strong. They manufacture and sell a wide assortment of basics and current styles from their factory in downtown Los Angeles. Many Made in the USA women’s apparel labels are expensive, because of the higher cost of domestic manufacture. Rest assured Lady White Go has been reasonably priced. It intends to remain the same.

  1. Joshu+Vela

This brand is a Nashville-based sustainable fashion firm whose mission is to develop long-lasting, sustainable clothing that can be worn for a long time. They have an ethical supply chain and want to alter our perceptions about clothing. In their Nashville headquarters, everything is cut and stitched. They produce their outfits out of all-natural fibers and in a variety of sizes, so there is something for everyone. We admire their utilization of environmentally friendly products.

  1. Loup

Loup is a brand for women’s wear dresses that seamlessly combines Parisian inspiration and the NYC work ethic. Its vintage-style fits are created from start to finish in New York State, utilizing sustainable textiles whenever possible. Loup prioritizes fit for all body types, especially curvaceous ones ranging from pear to hourglass. This is one of our go-to brands when it comes to repurposing our WFH clothes for the office. Loup’s clothing is developed in Venice and manufactured in Los Angeles. The firm aspires to create clothes that are good for the environment and their supply chain, as well as for the people who wear them.

  1. Red Wing shoe company

In 1905, Charles H. Beckman created Red Wing Shoes (Red Wing Shoe Firm, LLC), an American footwear company based in Red Wing, Minnesota. Though Red Wing Shoes is best known for its heavy-duty leather boots, the firm has recently expanded its product line to include athletic-style work shoes and footwear developed for specialized job applications. Oxfords, chukkas, hiking boots, and logger designs, as well as 6-inch and 8-inch work boots, are all available. While Red Wing’s major concentration is on work boots, the company established a Heritage catalog in 2008 and has since experimented with even more fashion-oriented shoes.

  1. Denim

This brand promotes a new model for socially, ecologically, and commercially sustainable small-scale manufacturing. In their methodology, material choices, and design elements, founders Victor Lytvinenko, and Sarah Yarborough’s ethos—to accept quality before quantity and the humanness inherent in that idea—is reflected. They use historic sewing machines to create and make limited edition, American-crafted denim jeans in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, and they developed a North Carolina–based product line for certified organic cotton to make trousers with the lightest carbon footprint possible.

  1. Yuketen

Yuketan uses organic cotton from the United States as the main element in all of its products, the majority of which is lingerie. However, it also makes casual women’s tops and bottoms. Its underwear is available in a variety of styles and prices, ranging from $28 to $68. This men’s and women’s casual wear company is created in New Jersey and sold directly to consumers through its website, which offers links to other American-made clothing lines. Particular customer with unique size and fit possibilities benefits from the in-house approach, which makes it easier to maintain sustainable standards and respond to individual customers.

  1. Alden Shoe Co

Only 1% of shoes sold in the United States are made in the United States, including Alden Shoe Co footwear. The company specializes in hand-stitched, lovingly produced men’s dress shoes in a variety of styles and widths. Although the company’s shoes are costly, it has a sale area on its website with footwear and slippers starting at $100. The Alden Shoe Company, true to its name, performs every aspect of its business in the United States of America. The company, which was founded in response to a former employer’s outsourcing of jobs, has a comprehensive online store for men’s clothes, as well as a smaller women’s range, discount and clearance areas, and a large denim collection.

  1. Fe Noel

Designer Felisha “Fe” Noel was inspired by her Grenadian roots to produce garments with bright designs and vibrant colors in every piece. Moreover, it is evident from her collections that she wants to make our closets (and lives) a little more beautiful—swimwear, think dramatic sleeves, wide-leg pants, structural blazers, and swimwear that combine architectural shapes, flowery prints, and more.

 

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