21 Festive & Cozy Sustainable Garments Inspiring Our Winter Capsule Wardrobe

A Festive Winter Capsule Wardrobe

As we roll into the new year, we're excited about a fresh start! This winter, we’re prioritizing cozy and youthful essentials that we can mix and match all through 2019. We’re drawn to low-effort, high impact pieces that offer unique colors, cuts, and patterns that will keep us feeling fresh and festive even on the darkest winter days. (I mean, how cute is that teddy bear coat and those leopard print boots?)

These 21 high quality, ethically-made wardrobe staples will keep you warm, cozy, and stylish well past this season! These are the pieces we imagine ourselves wearing at least 30 wears and loving every time we do. If you’re embarking on a capsule for the first time, or want to get inspired by the variety of capsule wardrobes people practice, check out our deep dive into what capsule wardrobes are here!


Winter Capsule Wardrobe Pieces

1. Fitted Turtleneck by Kotn, $40 | B Corp, gives back, fair labor standards
2. Jannah Silk Blouse by Amour Vert, $178 | Made in USA, nontoxic dyes & natural materials, zero waste
3. Magda Blouse by Thought, £50 | 100% organic cotton, sustainably made, fair labor standards

4. Vella Dress by People Tree, $88 | Fair trade, eco-friendly, made with 97% Tencel
5. Box Turtleneck Top by FRANC, $47 | Made responsibly in Canada from cotton + bamboo
6. NYTT Turtleneck Midi Dress from Alternative Apparel, $106 | Made in Los Angeles, USA

7. Hannah Sweater by OhSevenDays, $155 | 100% cotton, sustainable practices, slow production
8. Vivienne Jumper Dress by Monsoon London, $95 | Fair labor standards, gives back
9. ReNew Fleece Sweatshirt by Everlane, $55 | Made responsibly, industry-leading transparency

10. Baby Alpaca Wool Blend Coat by Grana, $399 | Fair labor standards, eco-friendly materials
11. Liz Jacket by Whimsy + Row, $198 | Made in Los Angeles, CA, made from deadstock rayon
12. Hemp Utility Jacket by Back Beat Rags, $165 | Made in Los Angeles, CA from hemp & organic cotton

13. Liza Straight Jean by Reformation, $98 | Made responsibly in USA, sustainable practices
14. Mimi Cord by M.i.h. Jeans, $285 | Low-impact production, sustainable sourcing, fair labor standards
15. Straight Leg Crop by Everlane, $68 | Made responsibly, industry-leading transparency

16. Selam Tote by ABLE, $188 | Fair labor standards, B Corp, handcrafted in Ethiopia
17. The Alpaca Glove by HOPE Made In The World, $50 | Fair labor standards, artisan-made in Peru
18. Tassel Earrings by Starfish Project, $43 | Supports & empowers survivors of human trafficking

19. Jimmy Citylite Boot by Native Shoes, $110 | PETA-approved vegan, ethical labor standards
20. Frida Loafer by Nisolo, $188 | Fair labor standards, sustainable practices, artisan empowerment
21. Good Company Boot by Matisse, $195 | Fair labor standards, uses recycled materials


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