Sustainable Style: Top 10 Ethical Fashion Brands
n trend, ethical fashion is becoming more accessible, and a variety of online shops now offer sustainable clothing at affordable prices, without scrimping on style. Read on for the top 10 places to buy affordable, ethical fashion brands online.
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Traid Remade offer collections of recycled and affordable fashion, with the extra bonus of working with charity organisations; injecting money into education and helping to curb injustice in fashion industry.
ASOS Green Room
ASOS provide a large collection of sustainable brands such as Tatty Devine and Edun, all with an ‘ethical or eco-conscious story to tell’. ASOS’s own green collections include ASOS Africa, produced in Kenya in collaboration with fairtrade manufaturer SOKO, as well as the sustainable ASOS Reclaimed label, recycling fabrics and upcycling vintage pieces in East London factories. Shop ASOS Green room.
A great shop for on trend fashion with conscience. All items are clearly labelled with organic, locally produced, fairtrade or ethically sourced icons for transparent, sustainable shopping.
Etsy are the biggest market place for handmade and vintage sellers. It’s like eBay but with all products handmade or over 10 years old. Great for sourcing unique, one-off outfits and accessories.
Braintree offers feel-good fashion made from sustainable fabrics such as hemp, bamboo and organic cotton. Discover laid back styles, exceptional prints and a taste of Boho.
Fashion Compassion is an ethical line sourced exclusively from brands that positively contribute to society, particularly those that empower women. The organisation ensures that they donate a portion of its revenues to charity.
Gather and See
This is an online boutique comprising of affordable sustainable fashion by hip brands such as Kowtow, Lalesso and Feral Childe. Gather and See is one of the best platforms to enjoy on trend fashion with ethics.
This is a classic yet stylish fashion line sourced from organic and biodynamic cotton, sustainably grown and fairly traded. The online market is owned by Elysia – Dr Hauschka’s parent company.
At Charlie’s, there is an exclusive ‘ten item limit per design’ which includes UK made women’s wear as well as accessories made from ethical sources all using organic, fair trade or sustainable vintage fabrics.
Adini sell classic British women’s wear, with a commitment to their ethical and environmentally friendly policies.
There are many places online where you can purchase affordable, ethical fashion that will in one way or another contribute to ethical and sustainable living. Take your time to scrutinise the products and clothes you purchase to ensure you trade with reputable ventures that are serving you and the planet well.
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