5 Ethical Workwear Brands for Women

Finding ethical clothing that you can wear to work can be tricky! Luckily there are a few awesome brands leading the way! Check out these fun blazers, jackets, and more that can be dressed up or down for whatever your work day holds!

Connecticut Country Clothing: An Inclusive Brand

Sustainable Blazers for Women

Connecticut Country Clothing specializes in ethical & sustainable blazers. This brand is plus size inclusive with sizes up to 22 and continuing to grow their size offerings. The ethically crafted blazers are made to order with organic, sustainable fabrics. I love the classy look of these blazers for modern women!

Ethically Made Blazers for Women

Tonlé: Zero Waste Clothing

Ethical Work Clothing for Women

Personally, I love Tonle’s classic yet unique style. I think some of their neutral colors make their apparel great for wearing to work while adding a bit of flare to your closet. Tonle is on a mission to reduce waste by using scrap materials sourced from mass clothing manufacturers. These materials are turned into beautiful designs for beautiful women!

Ethical Work Clothing for Women

Maven Women: Designed for Modern Women

Maven Women creates multi-purpose dresses that are practical and stylish. The classy look is perfect for your daytime meetings or for going out at night. These beautiful dresses are made with love for the people and planet in mind too! I love how the classic look can be dressed up or dressed down depending on what the day holds!

Fair Indigo: Simple & Sophisticated Style

Ethical Work Clothes for Women

Fair Indigo focuses on fair trade practices through versatile style. Personally their Relaxed Knit Button Down is one of my favorite more formal work shirts. Fair Indigo has simple and classic styles that can be accessorized to fit your personal style for work attire.

Ethical Work Clothes for Women

Everlane: The Ethical Alternative to J Crew

Ethical Work Clothes for Women

Everlane partners with ethical factories around the world to ensure their clothes are crafted to last. Through their ethical practices and emphasis on quality, responsible materials. Everlane fights for radical transparency in the apparel industry.

Ethical Work Clothes for Women