Indigenous Designs Eco Clothing Product Review

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Indigenous Designs is an organic apparel company that makes one of a kind fair trade organic clothing made by artisans from around the world. In business since 1994, they sent us (or I should say my wife) a Henley hoody.

Henley Hoody

It’s hand knitted, a organic cotton / Tencel blend that:
• Falls to mid hip
• Textured rib knit detailing
• Semi-fitted
• Comes in these colors:
-Sky / Pearl
-Navy / Pearl
-Latte / Pearl
-Punch / Pearl

My wife takes over now, saying: ” It’s lovely and thick, soft, and feels handmade (I didn’t tell her it was), nice quality material and very comfy, yet it still still has a stylish and cute design. I love the look of the shirt and the color is great (we got Navy). It’s perfect with jeans.

“The sleeves are a little long but maybe I’m short-armed… It feels very well-made, I would definitely recommend the product and would try some of their other products/styles too.”

So there you go, a thumbs up. It certainly does look nice, and Indigenous Designs have some excellent credentials, take a look at the fibers they use.


2 thoughts on “Indigenous Designs Eco Clothing Product Review

  1. Wow! That’s a good design. It’s good for the cold weather. I bet it can warm you up not to the extent that you’re perspiring. 🙂 I really love the color. Plus the materials was eco-friendly. How can I get one? I really like it!


  2. I also want to have it! Aside from it is extremely beautiful, which it is BTW. I also got interest with your wife’s testimonial and knowing that it is eco friedly. I think apparels like this is what we should starting buying. Since it helps a lot in our nature.


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