Sustainable Surfwear, Swimwear, Activewear & Yoga wear

Ocean plastic sucks. Take some out of the ocean every time you shop with The Someday Co.

Sustainable Clothing Brand

We Are The Someday Collective.

Whether you’re shopping for sustainable swimwear, eco surfwear, or eco-friendly activewear and yoga wear, our mission is someday to rid the world’s oceans of plastic waste.

Every purchase you make from our sustainable brands in surf, swim, active or accessories takes plastic out of the ocean & gives back to sea-based environmental initiatives.

Shop with confidence knowing we've only selected the very best eco-friendly brands - all doing better things for our planet, all in one place.


Check out our extensive collection of sustainable clothing in Australia for men, women and children who love the sun, sand and sea, plus a range of footwear and accessories. We even have sustainable swimwear for kids, so you can outfit your little ones in consciously crafted pieces they’ll love to wear all summer long — whether splashing in the waves, building sandcastles or diving into the pool. Shop now!

Love fashion and Our Seas? Shop The Best Sustainable Clothing In Australia Today

At The Someday Collective, it's easy to enjoy both — whether you’re searching for sustainable surfwear and swimwear or eco-friendly activewear and yoga wear that keeps up with you every step of the way. You can take pride in guilt-free purchases because you know that a portion of your spending goes toward cleaning the Earth's oceans. Plus, you'll be supporting the sustainable fashion industry with high-quality pieces you’ll adore and love to wear for years to come. 

Want to learn more about our mission or have questions about our collection of sustainable clothing in Australia? Please get in touch with our friendly team.

1% of Our Sustainable Clothing, Swimwear and Surfwear Sales Goes to Ocean Charities

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Featured Brand — Soulti Surf

Beautifully constructed with form, style and function in mind, Soulti Surf’s consciously crafted women’s eco friendly surfwear is made from recycled fishing nets. From cohesive monochrome sets to vibrant pieces you can mix and match with your current activewear favourites, shop today to elevate your sporty-chic style! 


What is meant by sustainable clothing?

Sustainable clothing refers to apparel that uses sustainable fabrics in its production process. Some natural and sustainable materials used in sustainable clothing in Australia (and elsewhere) include hemp, organic cotton and Pima cotton — all of which have a minimal negative impact on the planet.

There’s also sustainable clothing made from recycled plastics or techno fabrics, like recycled polyester and an elastane-nylon blend. In fact, some of our partner brands use these materials to create sustainable swimwear, sustainable surfwear and sustainable kids’ swimwear.

What sustainable clothing is available at The Someday Co.?

Here at The Someday Co., we’re focused on providing our customers with a range of consciously crafted eco-activewear, sustainable surfwear and swimwear perfect for summertime adventures, swimming, surfing, yoga and other athletic pursuits.

Are sustainable clothes of better quality?

Yes. Sustainable clothing in Australia or anywhere around the globe is extremely durable and designed to last several years. Since their design is primarily simple and minimalist, sustainable apparel is usually unaffected by trends or short-lived fashion styles.

How can I tell if a brand is sustainable?

Brands that are truly committed to sustainability are clear, concise and specific about the details they share concerning their company, products, manufacturing and production processes.

For example, every product description should provide information on not only the fabric name but also where it is sourced and how much of it comprises recycled material (e.g., the number of plastic bottles used to make a piece of ethical clothing in Australia).

Sustainable brands are also transparent about their eco-conscious goals and achievements and may donate a portion of each sale towards a charity or organisation that prioritises sustainability. 

You may also find logos of globally recognised certifying bodies that attest to their sustainable business practices posted on their website, such as Fairtrade, Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), Ecocert, OEKO-TEX Standard, etc.