Feel as good as you seem, simply shopping to support Mother Earth.
And there’s no better time to start than Wednesday, Earth Day 2020. You can choose from a host of small or independent brands that operate with a world-conscious approach, whether it’s ethical work, producing in small batches, using eco-friendly fabrics. , recycled packaging, or all of the above.
Here are eight brands that promote sustainable practices without sacrificing style.
The basics, which includes a 90s-inspired, high-strength organic cotton t-shirt, comes with a unique code on the care label. Use that code to vote for a social or environmental charity. The London-based brand’s electronic store will distribute 90 percent of its profits to its shoppers’ favorites.
Ninety percent T-shirt, $ 80 in Net-A-Porter
Urban style meets sustainability in the fortune cookie silhouette of this affordable bag, made from vegan materials by a design duo of husband and wife from Los Angeles. Talk about a lucky number!
“Ranton” bag, $ 99 in JW PEI
Get a good night’s sleep knowing your adorable bedtime shorts are made from 100% deadstock cotton, a fabric that would otherwise be wasted. These sweet shorts were made in the heart of Los Angeles.
The Sweetheart Shorts, $ 70 in Evewear
Walk in the sun in these ethically crafted slippers. They are made in Rio with fair trade cotton canvas, natural rubber harvested from the Brazilian hevea brasiliensis trees using ethical extraction methods and with 100% vegan templates of organic mamona oil and cork. They are even shipped in carbon neutral recycled packaging.
“OCA Low” Sneakers, $ 79 at Cariuma
Don’t shade this flourishing bucket hat just yet – an Indonesian-based company produced it ethically and locally, along with all its whimsical dresses and bikinis, through artisans in Bali. (P.S .: Looks stylish when paired with matching mini dress.)
Corduroy hat, $ 89 a Faithfull The Brand
This Lower East Side jewelry designer creates versatile pieces from recycled and reclaimed metals in conjunction with a local Brooklyn brass factory. Wear these minimalist stunners to liven up your WFH casual look, or pair them with a cute top for a virtual date.
“Mini Portrait” earrings, $ 92 in Laura Lombardi
A man’s trash is the treasure of this groundbreaking South Los Angeles brand. The unisex hoodie shown below was made entirely from waste and voila: 100% recycled cotton wool.
Hoodie “100%”, $ 100 in All the world.
Bikini season is upon us. This Bella Hadid and Elsa Hosk approved swimsuit was made in an Italian mill entirely from reclaimed materials, including sunken fishing nets found in the ocean.
“As” above and “Dominican” below, $ 49 each on Ookioh