Wouldn't it be nice if, by lounging around your apartment all day in a t-shirt and undies, you could make a difference in the world? Well now you can -- with PACT.
Last week, the do-good, Berkeley-based, hip-hugging underwear brand, PACT, launched a line of basic tops to match their everyday-sexy underwear. Like the undies, these tops are hyper sustainable, too -- PACT’s shirts are manufactured under the strictest social and environmental standards, and a portion of each purchase is donated to a PACT Cause.
The collection was designed in partnership with local design maven, Yves Behar (fuseproject), and includes a tank and v-neck for women ($28 and $30, respectively), and a crewneck and v-neck for men (both $30). Each top is constructed with PACT's proprietary blend of organic cotton and sustainably-made modal, for that perfect soft-stretchy fit -- because you should look good while you do good.
As PACT says, change starts with your underwear -- we say change them (and your t-shirts, daily) to PACT.
Lily Ko (lily.7x7 @ gmail.com) studied fashion design and merchandising at Central Saint Martins and the Academy of Art University. In addition to writing for 7x7, Lily is an editor at SF Station, works as a freelance stylist and covers food, fashion and fun on her blog, Curated SF.