Brace yourselves: Amazon has yet another clothing line for you to add into your closet (all with the help of speedy Prime shipping, I might add)—and this time, it’s made with the environment in mind. Yes, you read that right: the new Amazon Aware collection, which features household items and skincare products along with closet essentials, is here to make environmentally thoughtful living easier than ever.

It’s no secret that Amazon has become a gold mine for clothes. Whether you’re on the hunt for basic wardrobe essentials to replenish your daily stock or you’re looking into Prime shipping for your favorite men’s clothing brands on Amazon, the online shopping behemoth is not one to pass up when it comes to updating your style.

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Ever since the retailer launched its Amazon Essentials line—which provides you with everyday staples at an attainable price point— it’s become one to watch in the style space. And when it debuted its Made For You T-shirts, which allows you to create a custom, made-to-fit T-shirt, we knew the brand was onto something good. And now that you can swiftly swap out your old, worn-out T-shirts for a new and more sustainable option (like an organic cotton tee) delivered right to your doorstep, I ask you one question: Why not?

Eco-friendly fashion has come a long way since the idea of using organic materials and more sustainable practices first stepped into the scene. And now, you can get simple and classic pieces that’ll fall seamlessly with everything else you own. Think half-zip pullovers, sweatpants, chinos, jeans, and so much more in timeless colors like navy blue, green, and tan. Plus, because this is the debut launch for Amazon’s new in-house line—which features products with third-party certifications that are part of the Climate Pledge Friendly program and are certified carbon neutral—there’s no doubt that there will be more to come.

Check out our top picks from the new Amazon Aware collection below and give your spring style game a sustainable kickoff.

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