Tradlands Clothing Review: 2021 Buying Guide

September 3, 2021

Looking for timeless pieces that look cute with anything? Let me introduce you to Tradlands, an ethical fashion brand inspired by menswear, with refined details and pieces that stand the test of time. Also, washing-machine friendly. #micdrop

woman looking in the mirror wearing tradlands

By: Lisa Fennessy

When I moved to Atlanta, I suddenly realized that I had nothing to wear. Seventy-five percent of my closet was long-sleeves, wool coats, tall boots and jeans for every occasion. That first summer was a reality check as I spent most days just trying to figure out how to wear less. 

Living in a warmer climate means more cute dresses, slinky tanks, year-round sandals and transitional outfits to move from season to season. I love timeless pieces I can layer, style and wear in different ways depending on my mood or the time of year.

Tradlands clothing review 

Enter: Tradlands. Tradlands makes essentials that are also washing-machine friendly and designed to last. (Me: You had me at “washing-machine friendly”!).  

This brand debuted in 2012 drawing inspiration from men’s aisles where they saw durable fabrics, more refined details and styles that outlasted trends.

Their overarching values are:

1. Creating essentials that last.

2. Doing it ethically.

Tradlands produces in small batches (2 runs per year) using ethical facilities, paying fair wages and using natural materials like cotton, silk and Tencel. 

In addition, they even offer a fun recycling program. Falling instep with other ethical brands like Patagonia, Tradlands offers their Worn Well Exchange where customers can either buy previously owned Tradlands garments OR sell back pieces they no longer wish to keep.

I’ve tried a couple pieces. Here’s what I’m loving. 




woman wearing comfy pijamas from tradlands

Final thoughts: Tradlands clothing review

I also tried their button down Box Top in a medium and a large. It’s super cute too but the medium was a little too snug in the shoulders where the large was a little too boxy, so I think I’m in between sizes on that one. 

I do however, currently have their Coveralls (not on their website yet!) en route in black, as well as a slouchy beanie and I have a feeling these will be winter staples FO SHO! 

Have you tried Tradlands? 

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By Lisa Fennessy

Lisa is the founder of This Organic Girl. Passionate about clean beauty, organic eats and nontoxic lifestyle, Lisa writes to create awareness. Conscious consumerism and informed decisions will impact the marketplace, our health and THE WORLD!

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