Apparel and Home Goods

Americans buy more clothing than any other nation in the world, so let's make every purchase matter! The Fair Trade Certified Apparel and Home Goods program is the first of its kind, enabling consumers to consider the social, economic and environmental bottom line when they shop. With the ability to benefit cotton farmers and the workers who manufacture the products, the Apparel and Home Goods program offers an unprecedented opportunity to positively impact lives, improve communities, and protect the environment.

Triple Pundit: 5 Things You May Not Know About Fair Trade Apparel

By Maya Spaull, Fair Trade USA

Garment workers in Fair Trade Certified factories earn a premium of up to 10 percent of the cost of the garment for community investment or cash bonuses.

Boll & Branch


Gallant International

Good & Fair Clothing




Oliberté Footwear

PACT Apparel

Patagonia Incorporated

Portico Brand Group

  • Under the Canopy Fair Trade Kimono Robe
  • prAna

    West Elm

  • Abstract Angles Wool Dhurrie
  • Blur Ikat Rug
  • Bristol Wool Rug
  • Fes Wool Shag Rug
  • Jute Chenille Herringbone Rug
  • Kasbah Rug
  • Mini Pebble Jute Wool Rug
  • Multi Pixel Woven Wool Rug
  • Offset Chevron Cotton Dhurrie
  • Serpentine Rug
  • Souk Rug
  • Vines Wool Rug