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BeGood Clothing is, as the name suggests, a do-gooder clothing company. The clothing is sustainably made and supports philanthropic organizations. But the folks behind the brand wanted to emphasize that their do-gooderism doesn't mean they skimp on style or quality. So they relaunched the brand, introducing more timeless, seasonal basics that every closet can use—we're especially keen on these classic Powell Tees ($15). All of their premium, organic shirts are soft and comfy, but the best part is that even though their manufacturing and production costs are higher than the industry standard, prices remain affordable because they eliminate retail middlemen. The icing on the cake: BeGood donates twelve gallons of safe-to-drink water for every sale.
· BeGood Clothing [Official Site]
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