Women's Sustainable Vegan Jumpers & Knitwear
Browse our curated collection of women's ethical jumpers & cardigans, made from sustainable and vegan materials such as GOTS certified organic cotton, produced by pioneering ethical and sustainable fashion brands including Wills Vegan Store and KOMODO.
Something to wear with your vegan jumper? Take a look at our vegan shoes and vegan bags to see our popular collections of vegan trainers, vegan boots, vegan sandals, vegan flats, vegan heels and vegan loafers, and our vegan backpacks, vegan tote bags, vegan crossbody bags and vegan shoulder bags.
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What do vegans wear instead of wool?
There is a growing range of cruelty-free and environmentally friendly wool alternatives that are just as warm, cosy and comfortable. The classic vegan wool replacements are hemp, organic cotton and bamboo. More contemporary choices include Tencel, a fabric made from wood cellulose.
What are vegan jumpers made of?
Anything other than wool or other animal-derived fibres such as angora, mohair, cashmere, or alpaca. Polyester would be the obvious candidate but more natural vegan wool alternatives could be hemp or bamboo. The vegan jumpers and cardigans that we sell are made from certified organic cotton but also from Tencel, a fabric made from wood cellulose.
What is the difference between standard cotton and organic cotton?
Organic cotton is naturally chemical-free and as it doesn’t use fertilisers or pesticides in its production process. Choosing organic helps protect animal habitats and keeps the soil free of erosion and at its best, while using less water. It’s a win-win for farmers and animals.
How to wash organic cotton?
You can machine-wash your organic cotton garments with normal detergent but choose a low temperature (max. 30°C). Unlike conventional cotton, organic cotton is not treated, so in high heat it is possible for the cotton to shrink. Lower wash (and drying) temperatures reduce the risk of shrinkage and colour fading. As cotton is a natural fibre, the washing process will soften it naturally so there's no need to add fabric conditioner. It's best to wash with similar colours and avoid tumble driers if possible.
What is meant by recycled cotton?
Recycled cotton is cotton fibre that is reused in new cotton textile products. Recycled cotton can be made from both pre-consumer (post-industrial) and post-consumer cotton waste.