Ethical clothing can be tricky to find, but don’t worry! Here is a list of 50 great brands with a mini-bio and price guide!
ABLE: ($$-$$$) ABLE employs and empowers women living in developing countries to create economic growth and reduce poverty. Women are paid fair wages and provided with a safe work environment. ABLE sells high quality leather goods, apparel, and accessories.
Accompany: ($$-$$$) Accompany is a certified B Corporation which works with artisans around the globe to create fair trade fashion.
Alternative Apparel: ($-$$) Alternative Apparel focuses on transparency through fair wages, sustainable materials, & comfortable clothing. This brand presents casual, ethical clothing options for both men and women. Alternative Apparel's integrates sustainable practices through the use of materials such as Post-Consumer Recycled Polyester, Organic Cotton, Eco-friendly Dyes, & more.
Amour Vert: ($$-$$$) Amour Vert focuses on sustainability and effortless style. Amour Vert apparel is ethically crafted in California using materials such as organic cotton, mulberry silk, & beechwood fabric. Amour Vert goes the extra mile and plants a tree in North America for every purchase made through their partnership with American Forest.
Beaumont Organic: Beaumont Organic creates timeless style using organic materials.
Citizens Mark: ($$$) Citizen’s Mark creates ethically crafted, high end blazers for the modern woman.
Connecticut Country Clothing: ($$$) Connecticut Country Clothing specializes in blazers. This brand is plus size inclusive with sizes up to 22. The ethically crafted blazers are made in limited runs using with organic, sustainable fabric.
Dazy LA: ($-$$) 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 designs are drawn and photographed by the founder. Use the code HONEST10 for 10% off your order.
Eileen Fisher ($$$) Eileen Fisher is a high end, ethical fashion label using responsible materials to craft timeless fashion.
Encircled: ($-$$$) Encircled creates effortless style with eco-friendly fabrics. All garments are ethically made in Canada.
Everlane: ($-$$) Everlane partners with ethical factories around the world to ensure their clothes are crafted to last. Through their ethical practices and emphasis on quality materials Everlane fights for radical transparency in the apparel industry.
Faherty: Faherty focuses on sustainable design and close partnerships with their manufactures. Inspired by the great outdoors and Hawaiian shirts, Faherty will add some color to your closet.
Fair Indigo: ($-$$$) Fair Indigo focuses on fair trade practices through versatile style.
Flood Clothing: ($$) Flood Clothing works with recycled materials to create one of a kind zero waste style.
Girlfriend Collective: ($) Girlfriend Collective focuses on ethically made activewear.
Give a Damn Goods ($): Through their partnerships with ethical suppliers, Give a Damn Good's quirky tees provide fair employment opportunities to communities in Haiti. Give a Damn Good’s tees are crafted using organic and recycled materials.
Groceries Apparel: ($-$$) 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.
HOPE MADE IN THE WORLD: ($$-$$$) HOPE MADE IN THE WORLD is a Latin American, artisanal, sustainable brand with a vision for a fashion industry where sustainability is not a luxury but a foundational core value.
Known Supply: ($) KNOWN SUPPLY is humanizing the apparel industry through collaborative partnerships which encourage, educate, and empower businesses to take part in social impact.
Krochet Kids: ($) Krochet Kids works with vulnerable women who live in impoverished women around the world through their partnership with Capable. Capable is a holistic program providing education and financial mentorship to employees. Employees are provided with fair wages and safe working environments.
Liz Alig: ($$) Liz Alig strives to create functional, fair-trade fashion for the modern woman. Liz Alig's purposeful fashion is crafted with a transparent supply chain, socially responsible materials, and creates a positive impact for growing communities.
Maggie’s Organics: ($) Maggie’s Organics focuses on affordable organic basics.
Mary Claret: ($$) Mary Claret creates beautiful linen apparel that is ethically made in America.
Mata Traders: ($$) Mata Traders is working to make fair trade fashion readily available to consumers through vintage inspired designs and affordable prices. Mata Traders works with artisan groups in India and Nepal providing fair wages, a safe space, and the tools needed for individuals to rise above poverty.
Matter Prints: ($$-$$$) Matter Prints gives new meaning to traditional patterns by creating bold, modern statement pieces. Founded with inspiration and compassion, Matter Prints demonstrates the importance of slow fashion by working directly with eight artisan communities, positively impacting around 1,287 individual artisans.
Maven Women: ($$) Maven focuses on embracing the uniqueness of each woman through the style and sizing of their apparel. Maven Women creates dresses elegant, timeless day-to-evening perfect for the modern woman.
Miakoda: ($$) Miakoda’s minimalistic apparel is ethically made in NYC using sustainable materials.
Monkee Genes: ($-$$) Monkee Genes crafts responsible denim through their transparent supply chain. This brand focuses on using sustainable materials such as organic cotton.
PACT: ($) PACT Apparel specializes in affordable basics. PACT Apparel is made with organic cotton and created in Fair Trade Certified factories.
Passion Lilie: ($-$$)Passion Lilie is a fair trade and eco-friendly apparel brand with a mission to empower artisans across the world by creating dignified employment opportunities.
Patagonia: ($$-$$$) Patagonia focuses on environmental and social responsibility. Patagonia works to reduce their own carbon foot print and make sure their garments are produced under safe, fair, legal and humane working conditions throughout the supply chain. Patagonia has a range of apparel including women's apparel, men's apparel, & children's clothing
People Tree: ($$-$$$) People Tree uses organic cotton and ethically sourced materials to produce fair trade apparel. As part of the World Fair Trade organization, People Tree provides their Indian artisans and employees with fair wages and a positive work environment. Use the code HONEST10 to receive 10% off.
PERI: ($$) PERI focuses on eco-friendly materials and fair trade practices through their California inspired garments.
PrAna: ($$) Prana focuses on fair trade, sustainability, and giving back. Prana uses materials such as recycled wool, 100% organic cotton, and recycled polyester. Prana partners with local and international charities to give back.
Raven + Lily: ($$-$$$) Raven + Lily works with artisans abroad to create fair trade style for the free spirit.
Reformation: ($$$) Reformation focuses on bold, sustainable fashion by investing in eco-friendly practices and valuing the people who craft their apparel. Reformation garments are consciously crafted using linen, deadstock material, viscose, and other sustainable materials.
Renewal Workshop: ($-$$) Renewal Workshop works to repair and resell garments to reduce the amount of textiles that end up in our landfills.
Round + Square: ($$) Round + Sqaure creates playful fashion that gives back to Equality Now. Their apparel makes a statement and starts the conversation about gender inequality.
Sharehope: ($) ShareHope is a people oriented activewear brand empowering garment workers in Haiti. Profits from their ethically made leggings are reinvested into educational and health focused social programs, furthering the growth of garment workers and creating bright futures for Haitian workers.
Siempre Viva: ($-$$) Siempre Viva’s vibrant textiles combine Mexican culture with modern style. The socially responsible clothing line creates economic opportunity by empowering women through employment and preserving ancient traditions. Siempre Viva works with artisans from various indigenous areas in such as Suchitlan, Colima, and San Cristobal de las Casa, Chiapa.
Siizu: ($-$$) Siizu’s eco-friendly supply chain uses organic fabrics, transparent suppliers, and give back through environmentally friendly initiatives.
Symbology: ($$-$$$) Symbology is working to make fair trade sexy through their stylish apparel. Symbology apparel is ethically made through their artisan partnerships in India.
Sseko: ($$) Sseko apparel and accessories empower women in Uganda by encouraging women to further their education
The Fabric Social: ($$) The Fabric Social works through collaborative partnerships in India & Myanmar turning unique fabrics into fashionable garments. By partnering and providing business for existing women run co-ops, The Fabric Social is able to help co-ops expand, offering safe working conditions and fair payment to more women in these communities.works through collaborative partnerships in India & Myanmar turning unique fabrics into fashionable garments.
TenTree: ($) TenTree’s sustainable apparel focuses on eco-friendly values by planting trees with every purchase.
Thought: ($$)Thought (formerly known as Braintree) uses sustainable materials and ethical practices to create eclectic style.
Threads 4 Thought: ($-$$) Threads 4 Thought creates their apparel using responsibly sourced & eco-friendly materials.
Tonle: ($-$$) Tonle is a zero waste fashion label working to empower makers in Cambodia through their fair trade practices.
VETTA Capsule: ($-$$) VETTA Capsule focuses on curating mini-capsule wardrobes through ethical practices and minimalistic style. VETTA Capsule uses sustainable materials and responsible factories to create their apparel.
Victoria Road: ($-$$) Victoria Road is bridging cultures through design. Through their collaborative partnerships with designers and artisans, Victoria Road works to bring South Asian culture to U.S. markets. Ethically made and members of the Fair Trade Federation, Victoria Road is sure to keep your little one smiling. Victoria Road even has a fun line of matching apparel for moms and daughters.
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