Sexy and Sustainable V-Day Underwear Brands You’ll Love

One of the best parts of Valentine’s Day is that it gives you a reason to love everyone. Whether that’s to yourself, your family and friends, or your significant other, no type of love should be neglected. If you’re looking to treat yourself with something sweet and sexy, we’ve got your back. Check out these beautiful underwear brands that will help you spread the love this V-Day.

Mighty Good Undies – This Australian brand makes all of their undergarments using 100% organic and fair-trade Indian cotton. Their sustainability not only has a positive environmental impact, but a social one as well: their hope is to change the fashion industry by showing consumers that every dollar is a vote for something. By purchasing from Mighty Good Undies, they can change the face of fashion. 


White Rabbit – This ethical lingerie brand uses bamboo fibers to make all of their comfortable and cute undergarments. On top of that, their factory responsibly employs women and pays them fair wages, empowering them to advance in their communities. White Rabbit shows that loving your body and loving everybody really are one in the same.


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Luva Huva – Luva Huva truly is “a beautiful, ethical alternative in lingerie and loungewear.” It started out when founder Joanna had a chance discovery of some vintage fabric in a secondhand market – from there she realized she could do something positive with the materials, and with that Luva Huva’s gorgeous brand of lingerie was born. If that doesn’t inspire you, then looking through the line of undergarments certainly will.


Brook There – Brook There has a line of adorable lacy lingerie made locally in the USA. All their undergarments are made with silk or organic cotton, and are packaged using recycled and recyclable materials. The only part you won’t like is having to choose which set of beautiful lingerie to pick.


Naja – There are many reasons why we love Naja, because most of all it’s because of what they stand for: female empowerment, body positivity and eco-consciousness. By paying workers fair wages, using digital printing and choosing models of all backgrounds and sizes, Naja shows that being perfect is overrated – but being sexy is something we can all achieve.