I can't do a find for this website, but there is the direct link to the product. I have been wanting to replace my old black sweats with a new pair in a style similar to the olive green pair that I have from Old Navy with the center front seam and patch pockets. That style looks more modern to me and is really comfy but still nice enough to wear out and about.
Vetta's High Waisted Joggers are the closest style wise that I have found in a more ethical/sustainable brand. When they went on sale, they were out of the size/color that I needed so I signed up for an alert if they got more in. When I got the message that it had become available, I ordered right away and I'm glad that I did because they are sold out again. I ordered Jan 3rd, they shipped Jan. 5th, and it was delivered Jan 7th, so very quick! (The warehouse is local to me) I can't remember what the shipping package was or what types of material it was made from, but I think it was something more eco-friendly than a traditional mailer (have to pay more attention next time).
The company uses eco-friendly fabrics, everything from deadstock to Organic Cotton to recycled polyester, every fabric choice has thought behind it and you can read about their fabric choices on their website.
They also work specifically with factories who treat and pay employees fairly, including Fair Trade Certified factories overseas. You can also read about the specific factories on their website and I love the transparency of that.
I have been wearing these pants non-stop since I got them. They are SO soft and comfy! I wear them as loungewear, to sleep in, for exercise, and out of the house as regular pants. I am considering a second pair because I love them so much. I haven't washed them yet, but they haven't bagged out at the knees yet, although they did stretch out just a bit. I was concerned they would be too small, but they fit just fine and it encourages me to order more styles from the company.
One of the concepts behind this company is to buy a full capsule wardrobe at once. They curate different capsules in different styles, and I think that's an interesting concept. One thing that I really like about this company is that they try to come up with versatile styles and show the range in their photos. For example, I am looking at a "dress" which is actually two separate pieces (top and skirt), and each piece can be worn either direction, so you get multiple styling options which is important for smaller wardrobes.
Vetta is on my short list of go-to companies now when I am looking for a piece. I am happy to support their organization and they have met all of my needs so far. I do wish they carried a wider range of sizing, but some of their products go up to size 18 (which seems new). They have a slightly different aesthetic than many of the sustainable clothing companies. Vetta's look is a little more polished than many, and it's nice to have pieces like that in your wardrobe. As much as I love a tie dye mumu, it's not what I want to wear every day.