Hemp clothing has everything going for it! This magical sustainable material is easy to grow organically – it doesn’t need pesticides, fungicides, or herbicides because it’s naturally pest- and microbe-resistant. It’s also resistant to harmful ultraviolet rays, which makes hemp clothing and hemp hats perfect for protecting your skin from the sun.
Many of the clothes here are made with blended materials, such as hemp with organic cotton, and sometimes spandex for easy movement. And there are some large companies, like prAna and Columbia, that are making cool hemp clothes, as well as some cutting edge new designers that I think you’ll find inspiring.
This post is organized by type of clothing item, so you if you’re looking for something specific, you can use the jump links below. You’ll find a mix of women’s and men’s hemp clothing styles.
Based in beautiful Eugene, Oregon, Sweet Skins makes comfortable women’s clothing, activewear, and underwear with eco-friendly fabrics.
The cute wrap top has a gently swagged back, long sleeves, and a flattering waist tie. It’s made with super soft 55% hemp and 45% organic cotton fleece.
Loverly Fabrics hand makes eco-conscious clothing with organic materials. Founder Nicole Carvallo set out to make a line of women’s clothes that fit all body types, and budgets. Her fabrics are dyed using herbal, low impact dyes. And she welcomes custom orders, so you get the perfect fit.
This soft, knit cowl neck top is made with organic cotton and hemp fabric that won’t shrink, and it’s fade resistant.
Available colors: beige, blue, brown, gold, gray, green, rose pink, purple, red, and white
Base in Gaylordsville, Connecticut Wild Harvest Studio designs eco-friendly styles that are subtly colorful and comfortable. Founder Jessica Dreamweaver uses plant-based dyes in her fabrics.
This soft boatneck top comes in a pack of three, in an assortment of colors of your choice. It’s made with 53% hemp, 44% organic cotton, and 3% Lycra for a snug fit that you can easily move in. All of Jessica’s designs are made to order.
Available colors: white, black, blue, red, yellow, purple, sandalwood, honey, charcoal, forest green, dusty rose, red wine, stone green
Hailing from beautiful Montpelier, Vermont, Wild Craft Company is another sustainable clothing company that’s making slow fashion even more irresistible. All of their fabrics are certified organic, and their clothes are made to order.
This cute pinafore is made with a lightweight blend of hemp and organic cotton jersey.
Available colors: red, orange, white, teal, gray-green, moss green, purple, and black
Primitive Tribal Craft’s designs will take you back in time with clothing that we sorely need in our modern day. Based in Kelil, Israel, the company works to support ecological, social, tribal, and conscious projects around the world.
“We strive to go deeper to the source of all materials,” says Primitive Tribal Craft, “from the seed planted to the human weaving it. Our vision is to be able to connect with each being involved in the making from the very source…” Be sure to visit their Etsy shop to see more of their unique designs.
This gypsy-style blouse is made with soft, hand-loomed hemp thread.
Here’s another lovely handmade and hand-embroidered top by Primitive Tribal Craft. It’s made with hand-spun and hand-loomed hemp thread.
It’s good to see Woolrich producing some vegan-friendly clothing! This classic men’s short-sleeved button down shirt is made 54% hemp, 44% cotton, and 2% spandex, for extra movability. Because hemp is natural anti-microbial, it’s less prone to hold odors from sweat, making it a great fiber for clothing, shoes, and socks
This shirt is machine-washable and wrinkle-resistant.
Available colors: blue, black, and beige