7 Small Ethical Fashion Brands To Shop This Earth Month
With Earth Month upon us, there has never been a better time to start supporting small, independent, and ethical fashion brands. If you’re based in the UK, here are some brands to keep on your radar:
Saywood: This British brand is committed to using sustainable and eco-friendly materials in their clothing, including organic cotton, recycled polyester, and Tencel. Their collections are designed with a minimalist aesthetic and offer versatile pieces that can be dressed up or down.
By Lydia Bolton: This sustainable womenswear brand creates timeless pieces using organic, recycled, and locally sourced materials. The designs are inspired by nature and feature muted colours and natural textures that will add a touch of elegance to any outfit.
Monika the Label: This London-based brand creates effortless, versatile pieces that are made to last. The fabrics are chosen for their durability and sustainability, and each item is made by hand in small batches to reduce waste. The designs are simple, yet elegant, and are perfect for everyday wear.
Lucy & Yak: This playful brand offers fun and colourful clothing made from sustainable materials. Their signature piece is the “Dungaree,” which is available in a range of colours and patterns. The brand is committed to transparency and uses organic cotton, recycled plastic, and other eco-friendly materials in their production process.
Komodo: This British brand has been leading the way in sustainable fashion for over 30 years. They use organic cotton, hemp, and bamboo in their clothing, and ensure fair working conditions for their workers. The designs are inspired by global cultures and offer a unique twist on classic pieces.
Beaumont Organic: This Manchester-based brand creates beautiful clothing using organic cotton, linen, and wool. The designs are classic with a modern twist, and the brand is committed to sustainable production and fair working conditions.
Conscious Citizen: Conscious Citizen is a newer brand, launching in 2021 with a mission to create sustainable and ethical clothing. The brand offers a range of minimalist designs made from eco-friendly materials such as organic cotton and deadstock. Focusing their minimalist, unisex collections around basic essentials that are kind to the planet, Conscious Citizen prioritise style and comfort with transitional dressing offering seasonless staples that have longevity in your wardrobe.
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