With Earth day right around the corner, what better way to observe this special day than to round up some of our favorite sustainable, handmade, or eco-friendly clothing brands? Wondering what ethical and sustainable fashion even means? Simply put, these brands create clothing that keeps our environment clean and safe, as well as supports ethical production of their products. And while this certainly is a stark contrast from fast fashion, it feels good to know that we are doing the planet a favor without sacrificing on style. Keep reading to find some of our favorite, stylish, and sustainable fashion boutiques and brands!
Mod And Ethico
This online store happens to be one of our favorites. With a focus on stylish pieces that cater to the busy lifestyle of an active, urban woman, each designer featured on their site shares a common vision for a better future in fashion that meet the standards of made in the U.S.A, fair trade practices, eco-friendly material, and small scale production. They stock a cool mix of casual dresses, workout wear and wardrobe basics with an edge.
We love the classic, understated, always-in-style vibes from Everlane. This online store partners with the best ethical factories around the world that source only the finest materials. Everlane even shares the stories of how pieces were made as well as the cost of production - transparency at its best. For wardrobe staples like denim, sweaters and great shoes, Everlane is one of our favorite ethical brand picks to try.
People Tree is a true pioneer in ethical and sustainable fashion. For years they have been an active member of many fair trade, social justice, and environmental networks and are also accredited by the WFTO, the Fair-trade Foundation, and the Soil Association. They’ve got a variety of fashion forward styles and classic wardrobe staples that the entire Ready Pretty team is obsessing over right now!
Check out a few of our stylist picks and click to shop the ones you love!
Feeling inspired yet? Leave us a comment! What other sustainable or ethical brands or boutiques do you love? Not sure, but want to learn more? Ask your stylist to include some slow fashion styles in your next Ready Pretty picks!
HAPPY EARTH DAY!