Sustainability at Boozt


Explore our selection of consciously crafted fashion and beauty that has a positive impact on people, animals and the planet. Every product in our carefully curated edit has been selected to ensure that it is either made of sustainable materials or has sustainable certifications. This means that it takes into account human, animal and environmental welfare and aligns with internationally recognised certifications. Discover our extraordinary styles and support a more sustainable future. We make shopping sustainably easy for you.


Nordic brands

Scandinavia is known for its pure, minimalist and sustainable brands. With our local focus at Boozt, we intend on empowering these brands to continue their efforts to make a difference to the environment.
Discover our favourite brands on Boozt which are doing ethical, in style.

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Sustainable materials

We are constantly expanding our assortment of sustainable brands and all products are reviewed regularly to ensure that they meet our requirements. Styles that are part of our curated category are made of more than 50% of organic, recycled, low environmental impact material and/or accredited by internationally recognised certifications.
Here you can learn more about more sustainable materials and read more about our criteria.

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Care tips

It is easy to forget that a garment has a life that goes beyond the retail/online store. Garments have a use phase, commonly called the consumer phase, and a disposal phase. For this reason, garments can be maintained, passed along and kept for a lifetime and at the very end donated or recycled over and over again. Here are our top tips for easy care of your clothes.

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Our sustainable criteria



Organic farming uses no synthetic pesticides or fertilisers commonly used in cotton or wool farming, making it safer for workers, animals and the environment than conventional options. This includes organic cotton, organic wool, GOTS certified, Organic Certified Standards.



The responsbile use of resources is necessary to reduce a garments impact. We want to promote products made with new and innovative ways to reduce use of resources such as water and chemicals in product manufacturing phases. Including Lenzing viscose, Bluesign, OEKO-TEX Made in Green, Nordic Swan Ecolabel and others.



Recycling reduces the impact of a garment by reusing and repurposing textile waste to make it. We also include upcycling where unconventional products as plastic bottles, recovered fishing nets are recycled in creative ways to make products of better quality and with a higher environmental value.


Fairly Made

Respectful of garment workers’ human rights and animal welfare issues. Some of the standards and certifications we include are Fair Trade Cotton, Better Cotton Initiative Cotton, Fair Trade Certified, Cotton Made in Africa, mulesing-free wool, Responsible Down Standard and Responsbile Wool Standard.


Sustainable Materials

The majority of the fashion environmental impact happens while manufacturing textiles, in the phase where fabric and materials are grown or made, then spun, dyed and finished into something we recognise as clothing. Wearing clothes made of sustainable materials will create fewer long-term environmental problems and have a positive impact on the planet. Here are some of the sustainable alternatives that are changing the industry for the better. They take into account the manufacturing processes, welfare of people, animals and the environment to help reduce fashion’s footprint.


Recycled Polyester

Polyester is a manufactured, synthetic fibre and it is the world ́s most widely used fibre. Petroleum, the main ingredient in manufacturing polyester, is a non-renewable and a finite resource. The manufacturing process for polyester is fully chemical, energy intensive and it releases greenhouse gases.
When choosing recycled polyester you are keeping that fabric in the loop for longer and reducing the need for new materials.


Upcycled material

Unwanted and unconventional products such as plastic bottles, recovered fishing nets are recycled in creative and innovative ways to make products of better quality and with a higher environmental value. This includes Recycled PET, recycled nylon from fishing nets, creating endless possibilities to reducing the need for new fibres and protects natural resources.


Organic Cotton

Organic farming uses natural processes rather than artificial ones such as synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, this reduces soil, water and air contamination. It reduces greenhouse emissions resulting from the production of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.
By combining traditional means with innovation and science it benefits the environment and promotes healthier work conditions for all involved.


Better Viscose

Viscose is one of the most used forestry sourced products, in case of certified viscose, forests used are sustainably-managed. What does it mean? Forests used are traceable, managed in a responsible way to avoid deforestation and keep forests healthy.
A closed-loop system is used in the production, meaning chemicals are recovered, filtered and reused. There are various brand names such as Lenzing Modal, Ecovero, Lenzing Viscose and FSC Certified Viscose.



Lyocell, the commonly known name for a biodegradable fibre made out of regenerated wood pulp from trees such as birch, oak and eucalyptus with the same look and feel of cotton. An example is Lenzing’s branded lyocell known as TENCEL®, this is biodegradable, sustainably sourced and made in a closed-loop system that recycles 99% of the chemicals used.


Nordic Brands

Our sustainable edit has a strong local focus, empowering brands in their efforts to make a difference to the environment. As an e-retailer in the Nordics we want to highlight our brand partners leading and pushing for sustainability. Discover how these local brands are working towards a better fashion industry.


House of Dagmar

Sustainability has always been at the heart of House of Dagmar since their beginning in 2005. Built on three pillars, Design, Ethics and Longevity, they create timeless and classical clothing made from long-lasting and high-quality materials which enable a longer lifespan. Mindful material choices as certified viscose, mulesing-free merino wool, eco-generated cashmere among others they strive to be at the forefront in both the search and use of environmentally friendly fabrics. They work with suppliers who take care of their employees and use production methods that do not impact the environment.

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By Garment makers

They believe that buying sustainable menswear should be affordable and available to everyone.
All of their products are made in Europe, are GOTS-certified and organic. They have challenged the ethical fashion business with an aim to deliver high-quality sustainable garments at fair prices.
They do this through sustainable suppliers, transparent fair pricing and a lot of care and attention.

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Blanche has focused their sustainable performance on three areas: Reduce, Longevity and Fairness, to enable women to dress sustainably from head to toe. They look at every step of their supply chain, from the choice of material to the customer care, to make their brand more sustainable in every way. Sustainability has created the opportunity to change the way they think about working as creatives. They are committed to making better choices every day across the business to minimise their social and environmental impact.

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Knowledge Cotton Apparel

They believe in sustainable menswear that makes a difference. To them, fashion is about doing good, doing what is right and feeling good about it, with respect for people and the environment. Determined to take action by sustainable innovation and develop a new tomorrow. They redesign classics giving them a contemporary feel without compromising on style, comfort and quality. With a philosophy built under three core elements: Gain Knowledge, Take action and Earn respect, it means they are constantly searching for new ways to improve their impact on the environment and the people that live in it.

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Care tips

Small actions taken collectively can add up to real change. According to Mistra Future Fashion research, three percent of the impact is in the consumer phase. This is how we relate to our clothes and how we take care of them. While this seems so little, considering how little it would take us to get that number to zero, why not do it? Here are a few easy tips to help you be part of the sustainability movement and be part of the change.



  • Save energy and keep your clothes in better shape by air-drying or hang in the laundry drying areas. By avoiding tumble drying you are helping your clothes maintain their quality and shape for longer.
  • Hang your clothes in the shower and the steam will help reduce creases, no ironing required.
  • Many dry cleaning methods are harmful to the environment due to the chemicals used in the process, so avoid where possible. Alternatively, ask your dry cleaner to use eco-friendly products instead.


  • We tend to wash clothes more than is actually necessary, instead target individual stains and let the garment air-dry naturally.
  • When reading the care label, remember the temperature mentioned is the highest temperature the garment can be washed without compromising its quality.
  • When choosing a detergent for your garments, always make sure you use one that is eco-labelled and free from hazardous chemicals, such as phosphates, chlorine and chlorine compounds. Look for Swan eco-labelled or other certified detergents and use the recommended amount.
  • Many softeners contain environmentally hazardous chemicals and they do not benefit your clothes as softener can interfere with moisture-wicking and absorption properties. We suggest avoid using them or switch to eco alternatives.

Shoe care

Well-made shoes should last for years, but regular maintenance and cleaning will keep them in good condition. Make your platforms as good as new by re-gluing the sole. Get acquainted with your local cobbler for heel and sole replacements. Keep an eye out for heel tips or soles wearing down, as if you leave them too long before repair, irreversible damage can be caused to the heel itself.
We have a selection of eco-products to help keep your shoes in good condition.