In honor of Earth Day on April 22nd check out these 22 eco-conscious brands. Consumerism has been taking a toll on the planet due to excessive use of resources and harmful materials used in the creation of goods. These brands are taking the initiative to educate consumers, seek out impactful solutions in their production, and encourage shoppers to have a positive impact on the planet through their purchase power.
PACT’s affordable, fair trade, organic cotton clothing is a great sustainable brand to start building your conscious closet. They’re even have an Earth Day sale with 30% off the entire site!
Allbirds sneakers are made out of wool from their flock of sheep in New Zeland that live a good life and sustainably harvested eucalyptus pulp. This certified B Corporation also uses eco-friendly materials such as recycled plastic water bottles and castor bean oil in the crafting of their shoes.
Tonlé is one of the world’s first zero-waste fashion brands. Using remnants and offcuts discarded by large manufacturers, we produce beautiful, comfortable garments in our ethical Cambodian workshops, and don’t waste a single scrap in the process.
Mother Erth creates durable, zero waste bags made from recycled materials. Along with making a positive impact on the planet, these innovative bags also provide employment for low income mothers in the Philippines.
Boody is encouraging consumers all over the world to add eco-friendly essentials to their wardrobe. Their affordable, ethically made bamboo viscose products allow consumers to explore and enjoy the comfort of eco-fibers through everyday basics such as bras, underwear, and activewear.
Jackalo is a sustainable brand of children’s clothing that is ethically made and crafted to last. This kid’s clothing brand encourages parents to invest in high quality products for their children & take part in circular fashion.
Terra Thread creates organic cotton bags through partnerships in India with Fair Trade Certified factories, providing employment to many. Terra Thread strives to keep their products affordable to encourage all consumers to take part in conscious consumerism.
United By Blue is on a mission to show our oceans & waterways some love by removing trash all over the country. For each product sold, United By Blue removes one pound of trash from oceans and waterways through organized community clean-ups.
Give a Damn Goods focuses on fun, ethically made products while staying in an affordable price range. Give a Damn Goods partners with eco-friendly, conscious printing studios to print our designs on high quality, ethically made products.
Retrospecced is a social enterprise that recycles and refurbishes retro and designer spectacle frames. AND they give back too!
Girlfriend Collective focuses on using sustainable materials and fair trade practices. Every legging from Girlfriend Collective’s LITE collection helps remove 2 lbs of waste from the oceans and donates a percentage of sales to Healthy Seas.
Newly is on a mission to repurpose unused materials, increase sustainability, and positively impact the environment by creating long lasting products for the home. Newly’s beautiful home goods are made from 100% recycled materials.
EarthHero is a one-stop shop for all things eco-friendly! This mindful marketplace carries a wide range of responsible brands and makes sustainable shopping easy with their variety of products.
Flood Clothing creates unique, one of a kind apparel made out of 100% recycled clothing. The crafting of each garment prevents textiles from ending up in the landfills. Flood Clothing is designed and hand sewn in Portland Oregon.
Paper Culture matches modern design with sustainability through their beautiful wedding invites, save the dates, & stationery. Paper Culture’s cards are made from 100% post-consumer recycled paper which means no trees are cut down in the process. AND each order plants a tree. Through Paper Culture’s partnerships with organizations such as the Arbor Day Foundation, Friends of the Urban Forest, Our City Forest, and Trees for the Future they are able to identify where trees will be most impactful and plant trees where they are needed.
Dazey LA celebrates slow fashion with their bold feminist designed tees which empower women through retro style. Apparel is ethically made in Los Angeles and most items are made from 100% organic cotton. Organic cotton t-shirts are under $50 and most organic cotton tops are under $100. Use the code HONEST10 for 10% off your order.
House of Marley focuses on speakers, earphones, headphones, and other music accessories, planting a tree for each product sold. Recently I tried The No Bounds speaker which mixes quality sound with eco-friendly elements. This speaker is crafted from the REWIND™ fabric, REGRIND™ Silicone, REGRIND™ Cork, and Recyclable Aluminum
Yuhme creates sustainable, plastic free water bottles made from sugarcane. Each water bottle sold provides six months of clean water for communities in the Central African Republic through their partnership with the non-profit Water for Good.
5028 is a small-batch artisan shoe company focused on the art of crafting shoes through ethical practices and upcycled materials.
Twinkle Apothecary is an all natural, vegan, eco-friendly, cruelty free line of skin, body, bath, & perfume products. Twinkle Apothecary also focuses on conscious packaging such as their zero-waste deodorant.
Groceries Apparel adds a bold twist to casual style by using eco-friendly materials. These garments keep consumers comfortable and confident, knowing their apparel is responsibly made. Most of Groceries Apparel Organic Cotton clothing line is under $100.
Connecticut Country Clothing specializes in blazers. This brand is plus size inclusive with sizes up to 24. The ethically crafted blazers are made to order using with organic, sustainable fabric.