Eco Brands I Stand By // a list of sustainable fashion companies

Hello everybody! I often plug a sustainable brand, and I love working with companies from the sustainable fashion world, but sometimes it can be difficult to navigate all the info, or simply to find a brand I talked about 2 years ago. So now I am trying to make a list that I can update every now and then. Whenever I stumble upon a green brand, I’ll add them to this list, so you can be updated to date on the best sustainable brands always. There are products or elements that I love on each of these sites, but not everything is vegan, just have that in mind.

Clothing:

  • Mahla Clothing: a brand that strives towards zero waste production, has cool and edgy designs and uses both deadstock, waste fabrics, and recycled materials. (use code GITTEMARY for free shipping all 2020)
  • Oh Seven Days: makes limited editions collections to avoid overproduction, surplus fabrics and makes fashionable and stylish pieces
  • Aniela Parys: makes both clothes, underwear and swimwear, handmade pieces from Barcelona
  • Noo Boo: t-shirts made ethically in bamboo fiber
  • Wituka: organic non-basic t-shirts with cool and nerdy prints, made ethically in their workshop in Spain.
  • Lucy & Yak: UK based clothing brands that do everything for transparent and ethical fashion, makes a variety of clothes, including cool overalls and dresses.
  • People Tree: UK based clothing brand that makes sustainable, organic and ethical fashion pieces
  • Maium: makes raincoats from recycled plastic bottles from Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
  • ArmedAngels: a Germany based fashion brand that makes conscious and sustainable clothing for both men and women.
  • The Finiti: A small business that makes sustainable women’s clothing in the US. Everything is handmade in Tencel by the owner and no mass production insight
  • CHNGE: a brand that creates fair trade sustainable t-shirts in organic cotton. The brand makes carbon neutral garments and does an amazing job giving back to at-risk communities. The t-shirts have amazing and political prints that I just adore.
  • Aluka: A brand based in Denmark that delivers made-to-order basics in GOTS certified cotton. 
  • Tamga Designs: an ethical and sustainable women’s fashion store with colour designs that are designed, dyed, and produced consciously.

Shoes:

  • Miret: makes veggie sneakers in plant fibers
  • Wair: uses waste fabric and natural rubber to make vegan sneakers in Portugal
  • Cariuma: A conscious sneakers brand from Rio
  • Ethletic: an ethical and vegan sneakers company that uses Fair Trade cotton and natural rubber
  • Wildling Shoes: an ethical and natural shoe brand for both adults and children, founded in Germany

Underwear & Swimwear:

  • Organic Basics: makes underwear, socks, and activewear in Tencel and recycled materials (use code GMAROBC4 for 10% off) (affiliate link)
  • Troo: reuses recycled lace to make beautiful sustainable and handmade lingerie
  • Under Protection: underwear brand that uses organic and recycled material
  • Dilling: uses organic cotton and dies their fabrics pollution-free
  • WEARETALA: an inclusive and sustainable underwear brand who is transparent and ethical
  • Vitamin A: a brand based in California which makes their swimwear with 95% locally sourced materials.
  • Bikini Empire: donates percentages of their profits to several charities, their workers do not work overtime and are paid 3 times as much as average makes way for an ethical supply chain.
  • Galamaar: this brand makes their swimwear from discarded ocean waste and completely sweat-shop free
  • Alyend Together: a sustainable brand that makes swimwear for both men and women, they use recycled materials and are transparent about their supply chain
  • Jonesy: a US-based underwear brand with a transparent supply chain, they produce their garments in New York and use OEKO-TEX certified fabrics.

Bags:

  • Bagabù: ethical and sustainable bag company located in Copenhagen, also uses deadstock fabric
  • Grün: reused recycled materials and waste fabrics to make bags, laptops sleeves, and bag packs
  • Pakt: sustainable travel bag packs made from recycled single-use plastic (affiliate)
  • Charlie Feist: uses recycled materials and makes ethical and vegan bags in England
  • Kantala: makes authentic and luxurious vegan handbags, and pays their worker fair wages
  • Cesarscork: a brand that makes handbags, and other accessories from cork. They are based in Portugal and uses primarily cork in their products, they are also 100% vegan

Jewelery & glasses:

  • Ola ’Elua: a sustainable jewelry brand that makes handcrafted pieces from recycled materials.
  • Black Buddha Jewelry: a Danish brand that is inspired both by the atmosphere of Bali and Norse mythology, all their pieces are made from recycled materials
  • Ana Luisa: luxury style jewelry made with recycled silver and gold, they also have lab-grown diamonds.
  • Honu: a company that makes beautiful jewelry and donates 10% of their profit to save the turtles
  • Votch: makes vegan watches and have a wide selection and plant-based leathers
  • Nordgreen: a watch brand with a large charity program, also has vegan watches, although they also carry leather items.
  • Lunel Vintage: a sustainable small business that restores vintage sunglass frames. The business is zero waste because old and unrecyclable lenses are reused in jewelry production. The restoration is sweatshop-free and the store offers worldwide shipping and returns.
  • Stilnest: A German jewelry brand that uses recycled and responsibly sourced materials, and makes-to-order to avoid overproduction and waste
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10 Comments

  1. Loved this post! I always like to find new sustainable brands to investigate for gems!
    xx
    EB

    https://ethicalbunny.blogspot.com/

  2. A primarily underwear brand I love in the USA is TomboyX they are amazing. Eco-friendly material and not made im sweatshops. Plus they have gender neutral underwear and they are incredibly comfortable. 💜

  3. Grønne tilnærmelser

    Love this list 🙂 I would like to recommend Woron (underwear, hosiery and socks, organic/recycled fiberd and produced in Europe under conditiones I wouldn’t mind working under myself) and Sissel Edelbo (old, worn out vintage saris made in to dresses, shirts, bags etc under fair and ethical conditions in India).

  4. What about SISSEL EDELBO? Sustainable and founded in Aalborg 😀 would be cool to see it on your list 🙂

  5. Miomojo is an Italian based company that makes beautiful vegan and sustainable bags. They donate 10% of what you buy to charity, like animal sanctuaries. You get to choose which charity to support.

  6. Oh none from Canada? How sad…

    1. Do you know any good ones from Canada? The list based on the brands I know myself, and subscriber recommendations

  7. Love this post, since I’m kinda new to sustainable fashion. I would really like to know what you think about WEEKDAY, since some time ago I bought underwear by them and they claim to be from 95% recycled material. On their website they do say as well that the brand wants to be 100% sustainable by 2021, but I don’t know if they may be greenwashing or not, since they are part of the H&M group.

    1. As they are owned by H&M I would 100% call that greenwashing, sadly. They are not paying their workers fair wages either and H&M generally takes very little real action outside of their “green campaigns”, when they could do better.

      1. Yeah, as I have imagined, sadly, because it would be really amazing underwear otherwise, since they are really comfortable and good quality. 😔
        However, thank you for the fast answer, even though it is not a recent post of you, I do really appreciate! 🥰

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