Cotton

I am a simple anon. I don’t visit this board often, and I don’t consider myself particularly fashionable. All I want is 100% cotton, but that is turning out to be near impossible to find.

If you had to recommend just one brand for cotton socks, underwear, and shirts, what would it be? I want to buy it online and for it not to have logos.

19 thoughts on “Cotton

    • Anonymous says:

      Stop washing your clothes improperly.

      https://i.imgur.com/VJkX2dR.jpg

      I am a simple anon. I don’t visit this board often, and I don’t consider myself particularly fashionable. All I want is 100% cotton, but that is turning out to be near impossible to find.

      If you had to recommend just one brand for cotton socks, underwear, and shirts, what would it be? I want to buy it online and for it not to have logos.

      Try old khaki for shirts OP.

  1. Anonymous says:

    >focusing entirely on the river clothes are made of instead of the dyes and chemicals used to process them

    midwit activities

    • Anonymous says:

      this.
      your cotton clothes are not even remotely eco friendly unless you’re paying out the ass for naturally dyed.
      for example the only mass market company that sells even remotely eco friendly jeans is levi’s and its not even close to their entire product line that qualifies.
      if you actually want to wear eco friendly slavery free garments you’re looking at a wardrobe of $150 plain white tees, $500 natural indigo raw jeans, $300+ per pair of shoes, $5000+ for leather jackets that are remotely ethically made etc. dead minimum. and on top of the high cost a shit ton of time researching the supply chain for every company you buy clothing from. and or you have to get everything bespoke which means long waits and very high prices compared to what i just said.
      t. actually used to dress like this when i had the money to.
      t. used to work in the garment industry in textile sourcing.

    • Anonymous says:

      this.
      your cotton clothes are not even remotely eco friendly unless you’re paying out the ass for naturally dyed.
      for example the only mass market company that sells even remotely eco friendly jeans is levi’s and its not even close to their entire product line that qualifies.
      if you actually want to wear eco friendly slavery free garments you’re looking at a wardrobe of $150 plain white tees, $500 natural indigo raw jeans, $300+ per pair of shoes, $5000+ for leather jackets that are remotely ethically made etc. dead minimum. and on top of the high cost a shit ton of time researching the supply chain for every company you buy clothing from. and or you have to get everything bespoke which means long waits and very high prices compared to what i just said.
      t. actually used to dress like this when i had the money to.
      t. used to work in the garment industry in textile sourcing.

      can a man just like a specific hecking textile without having to save the world? Chill and quit projecting you spergs.

      • Anonymous says:

        sure but you’re just enjoying a shitty poor-grade fast fashion ready-to-trash version made with synthetic chemicals and poojeet labor.
        buy good cotton not dogshit.
        usa
        japan
        zimbabwe
        hawaii
        etc all good places for cotton growing

  2. Anonymous says:

    >that sells even remotely eco friendly
    even then they use synthetic indigo on almost all their products other than lvc
    "remotely" key word

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