The pieces in today’s story have been omnivore-tested and vegan-approved.
19 Insanely Chic Eco-Friendly Pieces To Shop Now
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While some people associate eco-fashion with yoga pants and burlap sacks, we know that shopping green can be fashionable and easy, too! So, in honor of Mother Earth, we’ve rounded up some of the most stylish, ecologically friendly pieces around. Click through to shop our favorite sustainable picks, and to learn what these brands are doing to make a difference in the fashion world.
Get the look: Stella McCartney Falabella Backpack ($1295) in Black.
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John Hardy Bamboo Bangles in Set of Three ($450)
For each bracelet sold, a number of bamboo seedlings will be planted, which offset the carbon emissions that lead to global warming.
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Matt & Nat Orwell Bag ($135) in Glacier
Functional and guilt-free, this completely vegan crossbody bag was made with recycled and sustainable materials.
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Organic by John Patrick Roll Sleeve Tee ($80)
John Patrick strives to reconcile beauty and ethics with his designs by prioritizing organic materials, fair labor practices, and ecological awareness—all while making great basics like this perfect tee.
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Pamela Love Mini Arrowhead Pendant Necklace ($172) in Rose Gold
Pamela Love practices environmental sustainability by using almost exclusively recycled metals, localized production, and ethically sourced stones.
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M2F Faded Slim Jean ($160) in Grey
These jeans are made with yarn free of toxins and a whopping 50% less energy and water than what is typically used in denim finishing processes!
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H&M Wide-Leg Satin Pants ($20) in Burgundy
These pants from H&M’s Conscious Collection were crafted from recycled materials as a part of the company’s work towards a more sustainable future.
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Ace & JIg Striped Overalls ($315) in Railroad
Ace & Jig uses sustainable fabrics, natural hand-dying techniques, and ethical manufacturers to produce its cool-girl staples such as these on-trend overalls.
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Arden Wohl X CDC Vienna Sandal ($320) in Purple
These sandals are made from vegan ultrasuede and, like all of Cri De Coeur’s shoes, were created in sweatshop-free facilities using environmentally kind materials.
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Bing Bang Evil Eye Studs ($48) in Yellow Gold
These studs by celebrity-approved jewelry line Bing Bang are locally produced, hand-crafted, cruelty free, and made using non-disposable practices.
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BKR Water Bottle ($28)
These stylish, reusable water bottles by BKR help keep you hydrated in addition to benefiting the environment, by reducing the number of plastic water bottles you use.
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Chinti and Parker Striped Organic Cotton-Jersey Mini Dress ($230)
This adorable day dress was made with organic cotton, using carbon-neutral practices that reduce emissions into the environment.
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Coclico Shoes Ramsey Flat Sandals ($350) in Coal
These perfect spring sandals were made with vegetable-tanned leather and other natural materials sourced from local suppliers.
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Edun Geometric-Weave Faux Leather Jacket ($2980)
Founded by Bono – yes, THAT Bono – and his wife Ali Hewson, Edun is both a top name in fashion, and an eco-friendly brand that sets an example with its commitment to promoting fair trade in Africa and helping to build sustainable businesses there.
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Della Cherry Blossom Large Travel Bag ($24)
Not only is this handmade travel bag vegan, but every dollar earned by Della goes towards providing jobs, education, and skills training for a community of men and women in Africa.
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Reformation Gaia Skirt ($148) in Blue Floral
Cult-favorite Reformation proves that fashion and sustainability can definitely coexist by repurposing vintage clothing and using surplus fabrics in its designs.
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Stella McCartney Eniko Sandal ($850) in Brick
Stella McCartney’s commitment to sustainability has led her to design a completely vegan line of clothing and accessories, which incorporates the most sustainable and ethically sourced materials whenever possible.
Do you have a favorite eco-friendly brand? Share it with us in the comments below!