Eco, Organic, Beautiful

Eco  Organic  Beautiful

Here at Echo Verde we live by those words.

We produce earth-friendly clothing you can feel good about, and that feels good on you!

We produce all our clothing using certified organic bamboo, cotton and eco-friendly materials like wool and recycled fibres.  We leave a greener footprint and use less water, low-impact dyes and look for ways to reduce in all aspects of our business, so you can feel good about your purchase!

Our fibres/yarns include:

100% Certified Organic Bamboo (produced in a closed-loop, eco-friendly method)

100% Certified Organic Cotton

100% eco and humane Merino Wool

Recycled Fibres (preventing them from going to landfill)

We also blend yarns from the above that incorporate stretch and recovery and give a soft hand.

We also use:

Low impact dyes :

Our dyeing process uses less water than standard methods, so its environmental impact is much lower. We  use “non-azo” dyes, which are free from carcinogens and toxic chemicals and do not bind to fish or wildlife.  All our factories have wastewater treatment.

Echo Verde—eco * organic * beautiful –comfortable clothing that your body, heart and mind can all feel good about.


Why organic should be first!

Our skin drinks in!
At Echo Verde we are proud to make organic intimates that are comfortable, breathable and, of course, beautiful against your skin.
But why is this especially important for underwear and intimates? Because if the layer next to your skin is made from synthetic fabric containing toxic chemicals, you’re going to end up itchy, irritated and probably sweaty. Oh my pores!
Our organic cotton undergarments are breathable, which is especially important since you may change your outer clothing during the day but your underwear stays put for the long haul. Doesn’t it just make sense to ensure that the most important layer, the one next to your skin that ‘drinks in’ all day long, is safe, comfortable and beautiful?
Start with our lovely Eve Pantie, top with our sweet Eve bralette(no underwire or metals, adjustable strap) and layer over our slip/tank- suddenly you are ready to face the outside world with soft, breathable, organic layers next to your skin. And did we say soft! Buttery soft. Made of Organic bamboo which is processed without harsh chemicals and then dyed with low-impact dyes. Black, White, Pink and Blue… soft and luscious just like your skin!
Echo Verde is based in Vancouver, Canada and specializes in eco and organic women’s clothing, intimates, knits and sweaters, in sizes XS-XL. We believe in leaving a smaller impact on the earth and providing high quality organic clothing at reasonable value-based pricing.
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On Organic Linen and Small Business Partnerships

At Echo Verde we believe in eco and organic, sustainability and – what happens at one end of the chain “echos” through and impacts the other.   We believe in partnerships and working closely with our small family-owned factories that make our clothing – and our retail stores that buy our goods.

When COVID hit our little factory, we had already shipped out most of our spring goods but the linen fell behind and they were unable to finish before the lock-down. They are about 1 hour outside of Wuhan – and although no one did get sick, they were unable to work for over 2 months!

Once they re-opened, we of course, were just starting to get hit here. This little factory, of their own accord, purchased 300 face masks and shipped them to me to “distribute to your health workers”.  Their kindness and understanding of what was going on was incredibly heart warming.  We distributed the PPE masks to several in-home care workers, immune-compromised and a large part went to an organization in the downtown East Side community which struggles with addiction and homelessness in our Local Inner city.

Then the factory got back to work finally and finished the linens.

These goods were actually oversold prior to COVID but of course small boutique stores at this time are closed and not taking any new orders.  Several returned or could not take the original orders I had sent out.  If we did not take the linen and pay for it, they would go bankrupt.  However, then we have a beautiful batch of linen that we had no way of paying for without going through extreme financial difficulty here – and I spent many sleepless nights trying to work out how to pay.

These times call for pivoting and new ways of thinking and I thought why not try to crowd fund it?  So we set up a go fund me for the two linen styles!  We are only charging the exact cost of the linen.    So far we have received quite a few orders directly.   Now we are hoping there are others out there that want some high quality linen tanks and/or skirts in 100% organic linen at cost.   See our pretty linen tank and skirt in our Spring collection




Thank you kindly

Jane Nemis, Owner/Designer