Sustainable Blazers For Boss Babes Everywhere

When it comes to our wardrobes, nothing elevates our look quicker than a blazer. Whether we’re on our way to an interview, heading to a corporate happy hour, or even meeting the potential in-laws for the first time, throwing on a blazer simply helps us look and feel our best. With its tailored fit and flattering silhouette, every woman needs at least one beloved blazer in her closet.

We’ve found six brands who’ve crafted sustainably made blazers using eco-friendly materials like wool and viscose or reclaimed fabrics like upcycled textiles. Channel your inner boss babe and find the blazer that’s sure to be a staple in your professional (and personal) life for years to come.


1. Everlane

Based In | San Francisco, CA
Ethics
| Ethical production process, radical transparency
Our Pick
| Italian Go-Weave Classic Blazer
Price | $135–$175

From the young marketing professional to the seasoned professor, Everlane has something for everyone in the world of ethical fashion—and their blazers are no exception. Priding themselves on transparency, Everlane shares exactly how and where their clothing was made, so you can make an informed shopping decision. Using sustainable materials like wool and eco-friendly Cupro lining, their affordable line of blazers and jackets are made with both people and planet in mind. We’re big fans of their Go-Weave Classic Blazer which is wrinkle-resistant, so you can look your best with the least amount of effort.


2. Citizen’s Mark

Based In | Berlin, Germany
Ethics
| Fair wages, sustainable practices, 100% biodegradable materials
Our Pick
| GVA Luxe Fit
Price | $475

When Cynthia Salim (founder of Citizen’s Mark) landed her dream job at the UN, she realized how impossible it was to find ethically made clothes for the working woman—and she saw the need to change it. Today, she creates luxury and high-end blazers that are versatile, durable, and ideal for any situation, whether it’s the bar, a meeting, or evening dinner. Dedicated to using ethical practices, their materials like Cupro lining and 100% Italian wool are recyclable, sustainably sourced from countries like Nepal, Italy, and Japan, and eco-friendly. Their Luxe Fit blazer is one that will last literally a lifetime, with its impeccable craftsmanship and universally flattering fit. So go ahead and invest.


3. Stella McCartney

Based In | West London, UK
Ethics
| Ethically-made, sustainable materials, eco-friendly, vegan & cruelty-free, gives back
Our Pick
| Maritza Jacket
Price | $650–$1,995

When it comes to sustainability, there are few who do it better than Stella McCartney. With respect for people, planet, animals, and every living being in between, this vegetarian brand refuses to use fur, gives back regularly, and uses sustainable materials like viscose as often as possible. Headquartered in the UK, they have plenty of ready-to-wear blazers that are perfect for the woman on the go, like their Maritza Jacket that comes with a pleated peplum for subtle flair. Take your look to the next level with their elevated blazers—you won’t regret it.


4. Reformation

Based In | Los Angeles, CA
Ethics
| Made in USA, uses sustainable fabrics, purchases carbon offsets, pays living wages
Our Pick
| Verano Blazer
Price | $74–$248

Put together a love of affordable high fashion and sustainability, and you’ll end up with Reformation. Made entirely of sustainable materials and using eco-friendly practices, Reformation thinks about the cost of creating fashion as a whole, not just the price tag. For example, they’ve committed to offset emissions & resources, invest in 100% wind-powered suppliers, and recycle more than 75% of their waste. Most of all, we love that their looks are colorful, eclectic, and made for a bold statement—especially this striped Verano Blazer.


5. OhSevenDays

Based In | Istanbul, Turkey
Ethics
| Ethically-made, sustainable practices, slow production
Our Pick
| Friday Suit Blazer
Price | $150–$275

Born out of one of the textile manufacturing capitals of the world (Istanbul), OhSevenDays is dedicated to utilizing reclaimed and leftover textiles whenever possible for the most sustainable product. Launched in 2015 by Megan Mummery, OhSevenDays creates just 7 high-quality garments per season that take slow fashion to the next level. (And once you’re done with it, you can donate it back to OSD to recycle!) With oversized blazers, bell sleeves and deep mustards and crimsons, there is a distinct vintage and retro feel to their brand—and we are obsessed with their Friday Suit Red Blazer in particular. Get your throwback on.


6. Filippa K

Based In | Stockholm, Sweden
Ethics
| Sustainable practices including garment recycling, uses recycled and biodegradable materials
Our Pick
| Tess Jacket
Price | $175–$590

For the corporate boss babe, we can’t recommend Filippa K enough. This Swedish brand is sweeping the EU, and for good reason: they’ve taught themselves how to become more and more sustainable and eco-friendly with each season. Plus, they offer discounts if you return your gently used items so you don’t have to feel bad if a blazer or top has run through its lifecycle in your wardrobe. So whether you go for the oversized blazer or a tailored jacket, you’ll be able to take on any meeting or issue that comes your way.


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