Top 7 Australian MadeClothes Brands
Did you know that the annual retail sales of the Australian fashion industry is $21 billion?
Now that blows our mind, but it's vital with an ever-growing influx of international companies that we continue to support Australian made clothing brands.
It's important that we do our best to choose Australian made to create a more linear economy throughout Australia - this is when Australian consumers support Australians designers who then provide work for manufacturers and the local workforce.
A lot of people assume that Australian made fashion is not affordable and too expensive? This can be true, but it's not always the case. Our top 7 list also showcases some affordable Australian clothing brands too.
1. Tasi Travels
Made in the beautiful suburbs of the Sunshine Coast, Tasi Travels offers the ultimate Australian made clothing range for Aussies who have caught the travel bug!
Most of their products are made from TENCEL - a sustainable material made by dissolving wood pulp and then spinning it into a stunning yarn.
With options for women & men, browse Tasi Travel's range of playsuits, tops, shorts, pants and more now!
2. High Tees
High Tees is the go-to label for patriots who love to shop Australian made clothing inspired by their Aussie heroes!
All of their tees are made from organic cotton and printed in Melbourne. Some of the most popular icons they celebrate are Cathy Freeman, Lee Lin Chin and Jimmy Barnes.
Which Australian legend will you be wearing thanks to High Tees? We can't go past our favourite news presenter ever!
Located in Brisbane, Genkstasy champions unisex clothing in Australia by showcasing the finest non-binary fashion range.
Manufactured in Brisbane as well, they'll also satisfy your craving for garments made in Australia too. Genkstasy has a beautiful range of ecclectic prints, as well as wardrobe staples like the Black Organic Cotton Skivvy pictured below.
Shop their range of tops, skirts, jumpsuits, jackets and more today!
4. Tricolour Federation
What if we told you that you can shop sustainable denim with the smallest footprint AND it's made right here in Australia?
Well, we can thanks to Tricolour Federation!Based in Melbourne, every pair is made using organic cotton (87.55%), recycled polyester from PET bottles (8.46%) and elastane (3.99%). They are made locally too, so you can be rest assured that you're eco-friendly denim is also supporting your love for Australian made fashion.
There's jeans, shorts, skirts and more for men & women, so check out Tricolour Federation today!
5. Luna + Sun
Based and made in Brisbane, Luna + Sun is an up-and-coming ethical Australian clothing brand.
All of their clothing is manufactured in Ethical Clothing Australia certified factories. So not only do they use 100% organic materials, but their range has been verified that it's made ethically too.
We simply adore their breathtaking shirts, jumpsuits, dresses and skirts.
Tluxe offers the finest range of Australian made women's clothing that's also 100% organic.
Similar to Luna + Sun, everything is made in an Ethical Clothing Australia (ECA) certified factories in Sydney. This ECA audit is the gold standard of ethical production as it verifies that their Australian supply chain is legal and fair.
Browse their range of tops, dresses, culottes, singlets and much more today!
Gaál is Australia's most transparent fashion label - you can track their supply chain from where it was cut, the care labels, and even where the stickers are from!They leave no stone unturned in their pursuit in becoming Australia's most ethical & transparent brand... because when a fashion brand has nothing to hide, then why not be an open book for their customers?Be sure to shop their range of Australian made dresses, blazers, skirts and tops now!
There you have it - 7 amazing Australian made clothes brands that are bound to satisfy your quench for local fashion!
As you can see, Australian made fashion is making a renaissance in recent years and our country is full of talented designers. We can't wait to see even more Australian made brands in the future.
These are just seven of many Australian made clothes brands that we stock - you can also discover Watermark Swimwear, Lazy Girl Lingerie, Devina Louise and many more at Stride today.
Which new brand will you be shopping today?