Primary Menu

Have You Seen This?

TAMPAKSIRING, BALI - MAY 27: A man holds up roasted Kopi Luwak coffee seeds inside a 'Kopi Luwak' or Civet coffee farm and cafe on May 27, 2013 in Tampaksiring, Bali, Indonesia. World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) commissioned research showing the true cost of the world's most expensive coffee, thousands of civets are being poached from the wild, kept in inhumane, conditions, and farmed to meet the growing global demand for civet coffee. The BBC are broadcasting a documentary on the Civets as part of their "Our World" series this evening at 2300. (Photo by Nicky Loh/Getty Images for World Animal Protection)

The company RUMI X is helping their customers to become more eco-friendly, starting with their underwear.

Their brand uses recycle coffee grounds to make sports bras. Yes, this may sound like a magic trick, but it is helping to reduce our carbon footprint.

Founder of the company, Melissa Chu created the company in San Francisco.

According to Bustle, the former yoga instructor created the company in order to become more “environmentally responsible.” Each of their “products were environmentally impactful and contributing to the solution, not being a part of the problem. RUMI X is about living a mindful lifestyle, taking care of yourself within, and being good to the world around you.”

Saturday Zen starts now!⠀ ⠀ ???? : Mirror Sports Bra & Wanderer Leggings⠀ ⠀ #saturdayzen #strongisthenewskinny #flexibility

121 Likes, 6 Comments - RUMI X ♻️ (@rumixfeelgood) on Instagram: "Saturday Zen starts now!⠀ ⠀ ???? : Mirror Sports Bra & Wanderer Leggings⠀ ⠀ #saturdayzen..."

 

Bras are not the only products that use recycled items. Their garments utilize 16 plastic bottles to create “sustainably crafted sportswear.” RUMI X also prides themselves on using water-based ink dyes in order to give their clothing a little color. By wearing their clothing, you are not only feeling good about yourself but also making the world a better place.

 

Patterns on patterns⠀ ???? : Light To Love Legging⠀ ⠀ #madefromplasticbottles #fashionwithpurpose #ethicallyenvisioned #summerfresh #OurChoicesDefineUs⠀ #printedleggings

92 Likes, 11 Comments - RUMI X ♻️ (@rumixfeelgood) on Instagram: "Patterns on patterns⠀ ???? : Light To Love Legging⠀ ⠀ #madefromplasticbottles #fashionwithpurpose..."

 

As reported on their website, they create their coffee ground sports bras in an ingenious manner. The company stated, “coffee grounds are collected from coffee shops to a recycling facility where the magic happens and waste turns into re-usable goods.”  By extracting the coffee’s oils, the leftover grounds are then spun into recycled raw thread. The thread is then made into yarn and then created into fabric!

 

???????????? @katie.nocerino

66 Likes, 3 Comments - RUMI X ♻️ (@rumixfeelgood) on Instagram: "???????????? @katie.nocerino"

 

Garments made from plastic bottles go through a similar process. All packaging is removed before the bottles are shredded into flakes. The flakes are then transformed into yarn and then spun into fabric.

 

Thank you @verywell for the Mother's Day feature! A wonderful gift for the active mom!! ????????????????

34 Likes, 1 Comments - RUMI X ♻️ (@rumixfeelgood) on Instagram: "Thank you @verywell for the Mother's Day feature! A wonderful gift for the active mom!! ????????????????"

Someone call the ministry, we are pretty sure there is magic happening in the muggle world.

All products range from $12 to $88 and are sure to make you feel like you are positively benefitting the world.

 

Sarah is a Hufflepuff living in NYC. When she is not traveling or talking to random animals, she is working as a script writer. Tweet her at @lumpyspacederp