We are running a "clearance sale" on our remaining inventory in the coming weeks (read why here). Because we are offering our products at "cost price," we are not accepting returns. If you feel like supporting us, this is the moment to do so. If the item does not fit, you could always resell it on second-hand platforms or gift it to someone else ❤️.
- FREE SHIPPING - above €50 in NL, BE & GER or pick up at our location in the center of Amsterdam
- BUY 3 ITEMS - or more and add a 10% discount with code CLEARANCE
- NO RETURNS - you are buying at cost price
Thinking MU is a fashion brand for non-conformists and passionate people who believe that life deserves to be enjoyed and, above all, respected. Born in Barcelona, they created a new way of understanding sustainable clothing. The aim of Thinking MU is to help it the only way they know how: by filling it with creativity, colors, patterns, positive messages, and sustainable fabrics that contribute to a better world. The result is stylish and affordable pieces made with vegan, clean, circular, and local values and with great transparency.
Shop Thinking MU Online
Discover the newest Thinking MU fashion arrivals of sustainable yet stylish spring, summer, fall, and winter clothing. Affordable sustainable tops, dresses, Thinking MU sweaters, pants, jackets, Thinking Mu jumpsuits, and Thinking MU sale items, you can shop online on thegreenlabels.com.
Over 70% of the garment is made out of organic fibers. Fibers are grown according to certain standards, for example without the use of toxic pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, or genetic engineering.
The label provides evidence of an ethical production chain.
Aimed to communicate the sourcing and production of the garment by sharing where every step of the supply chain is executed.
Label has a process in place to clean the water involved during the production of the fabric.
Label uses innovative practices and/or innovative materials to produce their garment.
Over 80% of the garment is made out of natural fibers.
Labels part of this value are using deadstock fabrics, or post-consumer waste to produce their garment.