A Bright Idea – Monkee Genes


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Exhibit number one that organic fashion doesn’t have to be scruffy or overpriced: Monkee Genes. It’s a jeans brand from Great Britain with the slogan No child labour. No slave labour. No blood. No sweat. No tears. Sounds quite good, right? According to their site it’s the first and only jeans label that has both acreditations from The Soil Association and the Global Organic Textile Standards (if you want to know what these eco-seals mean, you can go here). They also produce big parts of their collection in England.

I love Monkee Genes!

Aside from the good people stuff, the jeans also look really good and fashionable. They are made of organic fabrics only, which won’t lose their shape as quickly as other jeans. I’m intrigued to buy one next time I need jeans, my favourite is this one. What do you think?

Image via Monkee Genes.



  • Helena
    Mai 14, 2013

    Thanks for sharing, great to know they are selling good looking clothes, AND it’s affordable!

  • I love this! I’ve never heard of Monkey Genes, but I love their concept and values. They’re also fashionable and affordable! I will definitely need to go check them out.

  • Latrina
    Mai 14, 2013

    I love this so much. I learn something new from your blog every time I visit. :) And so happy to know these jeans are affordable as well! Those red ones are super cute, too.

  • trishie
    Mai 15, 2013

    Love the slogan! All clothes should be free from child labour and slave labour.

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