7 Eco-Friendly Fashion Favorites For Spring 2016
The fashion industry is now the second most polluting industry in the world right behind oil. These environmentally conscious brands are making it easier to shop the way mother nature intended.
1. Alicia San Marcos Ceramic Beaded Clutch
This ceramic beaded clutch by Alicia San Marcos is handcrafted, eliminating carbon emissions, and is untreated by chemicals that pollute our air and water. It’s the perfect day to night clutch that supports Guatemalan artisans and buys school supplies for children in underserved communities.
San Benito Ceramic Beaded Clutch | $189
2. Reformation Manon Dress
The lightweight, linen Manon dress by Reformation, made from surplus fabric is ideal when it’s too hot for a real dress. Reformation creates killer clothes that don’t kill the environment with its eco-friendly apparel that uses recycled and sustainable fabrics.
Manon Dress | $198
3. Titania Inglis Cascade Robe
4. Patagonia Velocity Running Tights
These running tights by Patagonia are bluesign® approved and offer the highest level of consumer safety by employing methods and materials in their manufacture that conserve resources and minimize impacts on people and the environment.
Velocity Running Tights | $79
5. Stella McCartney
A vegetarian company committed to operating a responsible, honest, and modern business. Stella McCartney takes responsibility for operating a business and maintaining a supply chain the respects the planet as well as the people and animals on it.
Chain Ring | $220
6. DELLA IPAD CASE
This iPad Case is made from Ghanian fabric that is vegan and eco-friendly. Della is a socially responsible fashion line that is handcrafted by a community in Ghana, West Africa. They aren’t just earth friendly, they also provide jobs, education and skills training to the talented people who create Della’s line.
Symmetry iPad Case | $42
7. Nomadix’s Clean Tee
Nomadix is a clean apparel company that creates versatile, environmentally friendly gear for yoga, beach, travel and everyday activities. Nomadix has partnered with Recover Textiles to produce the Clean Tee, made by weaving the shredded material from recycled apparel, which keeps waste out of landfills and eliminates the need for virgin cotton, toxic dyes, and harmful chemicals.
Clean Tee Kickstarter