Women's Underwear

Sustainable, ecological and ethical women’s underwear

Sustainable lingerie is still a novelty – it’s a bit unusual to find truly ethical and ecological underwear selections online. That’s why IVALO.COM marketplace has started to invest in these beauties in various designs – for you and for nature. Selection includes lovely lace underwear as well as comfy seamless options.

There is a growing demand for sustainable and ecological women's underwear. At IVALO.COM, we are delighted to see that consumers are increasingly aware of the impact of their clothing on the environment and are looking for brands that are committed to sustainable practices.

The IVALO.COM brands have responded to this demand by offering more sustainable collections of women's underwear, produced in ethically fair working conditions. Many brands also take sustainability into account in their materials. More environmentally friendly materials for underwear include organic cotton or TENCEL™️ lyocell.

Another important aspect of sustainability in underwear is the durability of materials and styles. Choose underwear that you love and want to wear for years to come - remember, the best way to reduce the environmental impact of your clothes is to buy less! Underwear is an investment, so it's important to find a pair that fits both your budget and your needs.

Bras and panties from multiple brands

IVALO.COM has found lovely partners producing sustainable lingerie for women. Our most popular underwear brands are Lovanna Lingerie from Finland, as well as Understatement from Sweden. These sustainable brands offer you a sweet selection of bras, bodies, underpants, swimsuits, knickers, tops, and shorts.

Vatter from Germany presents underwear, shirts, and layers made of high-quality cotton. These pieces are perfect for lounge wear and sleep wear, or basically whenever you wanna feel warm and comfy – naturally.

Choose your underwear based on the need

Underwear is one of the basics of our wardrobe. They need to be practical, comfortable and suit our style. That’s why we need some alternatives for summer, winter, sports, leisure, celebration, and everyday life. Choosing our lingerie with care and consideration, we save money, time, environment, and room in our closets.

There are a few things to consider when choosing the right underwear for you. The first is the style. There are many different styles of underwear available, so it's important to find the right underwear for you.

The second thing to consider is the fit. The underwear should be fitted, but not too tight, and should stay in place throughout the day. If you're not sure which size to choose, it's often a good idea to go for a larger size.

The finishing touches also affect comfort. Understatement underwear, for example, has no annoyingly heavy arch supports at all, so they feel lovely on all day.

Choose from lovely lace underwear or discreet seamless underwear to suit your taste. There's also a choice of colours, from traditional black and white to stunning solids.

Take care of your underwear the right way

A lover of responsible fashion also loves to look after their clothes, as it means you can enjoy them for longer. Follow your underwear's own care instructions - most underwear can be machine washed, but some require hand washing. Remember to check the washing label!

Sort your laundry before washing - to avoid discoloration, separate dark colors from light ones. Use a gentle, environmentally friendly detergent and the right washing temperature - strong chemicals and overly hot water can break down fibers and cause colors to fade.

Avoid using bleach unless absolutely necessary. If bleach must be used, use it only on white or light-colored underwear. Wash full machines, but do not overload the washing machine either. Make sure there is enough room in the washing machine for the clothes to move around and get properly cleaned.

Hang-dry clothes whenever possible - air-drying is much gentler on fabric than using a tumble dryer, which can cause shrinkage, color fading, wrinkling, and clothes to wear out too quickly. Tumble drying also increases energy consumption in the garment care sector.