Sure, the colder weather means you have to be covered up, from head to toe. And while that may mean your skin is out of sight, it’s a great chance to shine in other ways. And there are so many socially conscious and sustainable fashion lines out there. So first a definition, what is ethical fashion?
According to Marie Claire:
“Green is the new black, people, because ethical fashion is higher than ever on the agenda for brands across the board from luxury, to high street” – though shout out to Stella McCartney for pioneering the movement.
In short, it’s designing, sourcing and manufacturing clothes in a way that benefits people and communities while minimizing impact on the environment, to be precise.
Therefore, as Olivella’s mission is a perfect match up for the mission of ethical fashion, we thought to share 3 of our favs:
Have you heard of Olive Clothing? Yes, we are a bit biased as Olive and Olivella surely sound similar but truly they are an amazing fashion brand that stands out on their own. From cozy sweaters to stand out accessories, you should put your body in their fabrics.
Everland sells sustainable design on a budget, from jeans to shoes, for men and women, you don’t give up any style points while also being good to the planet. What could be better, it’s a win/win!
Who wouldn’t want to support a woman generated business, exactly, we agree! And they are a B Corp which means fair pay and fair trade all around. These truly artisan fashion finds include Women’s apparel, denim, shoes, bags and even jewelry. Start shopping while doing good! Visit the website: www.livefashionable.com