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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 feel our most confident. We dare say everyone needs at least one beloved blazer in their closet!

We’ve found seven brands crafting sustainable blazers using materials like wool, organic cotton, or reclaimed fabrics. Find the blazer that’s sure to be a staple in your professional (and personal) life for years to come—it’s worth the investment.

Need more for your professional wardrobe? Check out our guide to ethical workwear for women!

1. People Tree

Based In | London, UK
| Fair trade & ethical production, organic & sustainable materials, gives back, recycling program
Our Pick
| Naira Blazer
Price | €59

Hailing from the UK, People Tree has long been a go-to for women’s workwear, including its elevated line of jackets and blazers. Every piece has been made under fair trade working conditions and either uses sustainably sourced or 100 percent organic cotton (and finished with coconut buttons!). Our pick, the Naira Blazer is a capsule wardrobe staple—and it was made by Artisan Hut, a fair trade group in Bangladesh.

2. FLORA By Alexandria

Based In | USA
| Natural or recycled fibers, sustainable materials, woman-founded, small-batch made
Our Pick
| The Rosalie Blazer
Price | $274

FLORA By Alexandria specializes in beautiful floral garments that are made with sustainable fibers and one-of-a-kind patterns you won’t find anywhere else. Crafted in small quantities to avoid excess, each item uses natural fabrics like linen, for that luxurious touch. These blazers come in matching sets and are made to be breathable throughout the seasons, so you’ll feel comfortable in them no matter the weather! Our personal pick is the Rosalie Blazer with its pale yellow and green floral pattern that’s reminiscent of the ‘80s California chic aesthetic. 

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3. Etsy

Based In | Varies by seller
| Certified B Corp, upcycling & vintage, carbon-neutral shipping
Our Pick
| Vintage Red Blazer
Price | $39

Certified B Corp Etsy is a gold mine for sustainable, affordable pieces to add to our wardrobes—including hundreds of blazers! Whether you’re looking for styles from the 1960s, ‘90s, or today, you can find them all here from sellers around the globe (like this vintage red blazer from Mighty Oak Vintage Co in Philly). Use the filters to sort our local options, your size, and more. Best of all, whatever you purchase will be sent via carbon-neutral shipping.

4. OhSevenDays

Based In | Istanbul, Turkey
| Ethical & slow production, sustainable practices, deadstock & OEKO-TEX certified materials
Our Pick
| Thursday Bahama Blazer
Price | $180

Born out of one of the textile capitals of the world (Istanbul), OhSevenDays utilizes leftover textiles for its apparel. Launched in 2015 by Megan Mummery, OhSevenDays creates just a handful of garments per season that take slow fashion to the next level. With an oversized fit, there is a distinct vintage and retro feel to the brand—and we are obsessed with the Thursday Bahama Blazer in particular. Get your throwback on.

5. Reformation

Based In | Los Angeles, CA
| Made in USA, uses sustainable & deadstock fabrics, fair labor & wages, climate-neutral, eco-friendly production
Our Pick
| Veda Bowery Leather Blazer
Price | $428

Put together a love of style and sustainability, and you’ll end up with Reformation. Made entirely of responsibly sourced materials using eco-friendly practices, Reformation thinks about the cost of creating fashion as a whole, not just the price tag. For example, the brand is carbon-neutral, invests in renewable energy, and recycles a majority of waste. We love that looks range from colorful and eclectic to timeless classics—like the Veda Bowery Blazer.

6. Selva Negra

Based In | Los Angeles, CA
| Ethical production, sustainable materials & practices, low waste, compostable packaging, made in small batches, gives back
Our Pick
| Coco jacket
Price | $285

Selva Negra is a Latina- and Filipina founded brand focused on ethical production right in the heart of Los Angeles. In partnership with a local factory, the brand uses low waste practices and offers living wages and safe working conditions. With inclusive sizing available, we love Selva Negra’s use of bright, retro colors—like the sapphire floral Coco Jacket, adding a pop of color to any outfit (or pairing with matching bottoms)!

7. Kirrin Finch

Based In | Los Angeles, CA
| Gender-fluid & androgynous apparel, quality & sustainable fabrics, ethically made, gives back
Our Pick
| Georgie Navy Suit Blazer
Price | $395

Kirrin Finch challenges what counts as “menswear” or “womenswear”—and instead designs gender-fluid styles that help you look and feel your best, period. Its collection of androgynous suits includes blazers, vests, and pants, which uses luxury, quality fabrics and is ethically made in Italy in small batches. Our favorite, the Georgie Navy Suit Blazer, has a gorgeous interior lining that stands out above the rest.

Featured image from Reformation