Life Through Rose-Colored Glasses

Since Pantone named the light pink, Rose Quartz, one of its two colors of the year last year, with light blue Serenity, the pink has exploded onto the scene as fast as avocado toast or fidget spinners. Now dubbed ‘Millennial Pink’, the color is everywhere. It ranges from a dusty rose to pastel pink. We don’t anticipate it going away anytime soon and have collected our favorite sustainable and ethical Millennial Pink pieces to incorporate into your wardrobe – or go all out and create an outfit comprised entirely of the shade of a generation.

Playa Dress | Reformation

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Reformation is one of the best in the sustainable fashion game. Elevating their clothes to the next level, the Playa Dress is no exception. This is the ultimate renting a house in the Hamptons having a lobster boil on the beach with all your friends vibe – or any less specific summer activity too. The highlight of the Playa Dress is that it takes less of a toll on the environment by using only uses 40 gallons of water, compared to the industry standard of 815 gallons. 

Shop Online | $198

Beanie Hat in Pink | People Tree

Made with 100% fair trade organic cotton this beanie will keep you head and heart warm and fuzzy during early morning runs and throughout the upcoming fall afternoons. People Tree is focused on providing sustainable and fair-trade fashion to people worldwide. 

Shop Online | $18.77

Sara Short Triangle Necklace | Starfish Project

Shine bright with this necklace from Starfish Project, lighting up any date night or girls’ night out. Starfish Project beautifully illustrates how well women’s empowerment and fashion go hand in hand with each piece directly helping someone establish their independence or advance their careers. This pink triangle necklace directly pays for one week of counseling for exploited women. 

Shop Online | $44.99

Sharon High-Waisted Knickers | Blue Stocking Boutique

Bring a little excitement to your life with these Sharon High Waisted Knickers from Toru & Naoko from Blue Stockings Boutique. Handmade in Chile, Toru & Naoko is bringing fair trade, fun lingerie to your doorstep. You know what they say, sustainable on the streets, chic in the sheets. Read Camila Leguizamon’s, the designer behind Toru & Naoko, interview with Blue Stockings Boutique here

Shop Online | $54

Robe | Noctu

Give your bathrobe a stylish update with this robe from Noctu. This Comfy-cozy robe is made from fair trade organic jersey so you can binge watch Friends for the 100th time in luxury. Noctu uses low impact dyes and chemical free fabrics so it is perfect for anyone with sensitive skin. 

Shop Online | $78

Colette Dress in Light Pink | Ode to Sunday

We are living in 2017 while Ode to Sunday is living in 3017. Their Colette dress slips seamlessly into every situation. Dress it up or down, the Colette dress is here to stay. With factories based in Lithuania focused on low-impact production, Ode to Sunday is able to give fair pay while creating minimalist pieces.

Shop Online | $216

The Crew Neck Merino Sweater | SiiZU 

Made with Italian Merino Wool the Crew Neck Merino Sweater by SiiZU encapsulates current fashion. With a loose knit, the turtleneck top with split sides in Millennial pink, hits a wide range of major trends without being too outrageous. Fun fact about SiiZU’s fabrics, they offer natural sun protection with a UPF of 20+ making it safe and chic to wear no matter the weather.

Shop Online | $105

Furrow Pom Pom | Kestan

You may have caught Kendall Jenner rocking a pom pom on her keychain and realized you needed one immediately. Well fear not, Kestan has created an amazing sustainable puffy pom pom keychain for all your fashionable car key needs. With key motivators like factory transparency and organic materials, Kestan will be creating sustainable eco-friendly trends for years to come.

Shop Online | $20