We’ve rounded up some of the very best eco-friendly fashion finds on the market right now, which you can shop straight from the comfort of your sofa. From M&S and Boden, to ASOS and GUESS and everything in-between, see which sustainable fashion brands are reaching the top of our wishlist…
Best sustainable fashion brands: Shop our favourite eco-friendly faves...
M&S are committed to sourcing 100% of the cotton they use in clothing from more sustainable sources. Plus, its Shwopping partnership with Oxfam has allowed the brand to recycle over 30 million garments, of which Oxfam use to help end poverty around the world.
Cotton forever slogan sweatshirt, £25, M&S
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Cotton-canvas + pastel pink = our dream raincoat criteria. Stay snug all winter long in this water-resistant piece from Boden. Plus, the brand’s sustainability pledge means that this coat is made to last - in your wardrobe, not in a landfill. If within 365, it does need a little spruce up, take it into one of the Boden stores in the UK and they will repair it for you, to rewear!
Tiverton raincoat, £160, Boden
ASOS's circular collection is the talk of the town right now - proving circular fashion can be super stylish, too. Across the collection, you can expect oversized styling across cardigans, tees and original blue denim, with micro prints and acid washes throwing it back to the 90s. We love this maxi smock dress which can be worn along or on top of a rollneck jumper.
ASOS Design Circular tiered maxi smock dress, £40, ASOS
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Ilke and Ernie pride themselves on using surplus fabric, which is the fabric left over from other fashion brands supply chains. Every season, they purchase, recycle and re-use fabrics to make beautiful, eco-conscious clothes – just like this chic blouse!
No-frills blouse, was £78 now £62.40, Ilke and Ernie
London-based fashion brand COS recently launched a sustainable denim collection, made using environmentally friendly 100% organic cotton. There is an array of styles to shop, from relaxed cuts to classic slim legs, all boasting fresh seasonable colour washes. We love.
Straight turn-up jeans, £69, COS
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Treat yourself to this romantic dress from RIXO’s first-ever sustainable capsule collection. This gorgeous number is made in a female-owned factory in India and created with recyclable materials and that would have otherwise been wasted or disregarded.
Pink city paisley midaxi dress, £265, RIXO
Made in England, this beautiful bag from Taylor Yates is one to add to your 2021 wishlist. The brand sources its leather as a by-product of food production in the UK, where it is tanned and then handmade into a bag.
Bessie bag, £475, Taylor Yates
Support circular fashion by renting your next outfit from HireStreet, an online platform which lets you rent clothes – this gorgeous slip dress could be yours for four days at just £23! Amazingly, since launch, HireStreet has saved 66,000 kg of carbon emissions. Wowza.
Finders keepers maya dress, from £23, HireStreet
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If you’re on the hunt for a new pair of jeans, look to the SMART GUESS collection which is made with environmentally conscious materials and manufacturing processes. Clever, right?
Jeans, was £99 now £49.50, GUESS
Lindex is working towards some impressive goals, including being climate neutral by 2023 and having 100 per cent of their materials recycled or sustainably sourced by 2025. Now that’s something we can get on board with!
Knitted jumper with drawstring, £24.99, Lindex
Don these dainty earrings from Alexandra Hakim - they've been made using materials and objects which would otherwise go to waste, making each piece of jewellery not only sustainable but totally unique!
Mini silver foil earrings, £100, Alexandra Hakim
These stylish sunnies from neubau are made from a renewable material which is organically sourced. Plus, the sunglasses case has been manufactured without any glue (making it easily recyclable) and the cleaning cloths are made from recycled bottles. Super smart, right?
Virginia 3D glasses, £230, neubau
Made from natural fibres which biodegrade quicker than their synthetic counterparts, this flattering midi-skirt from Mother of Pearl is the perfect addition to any wardrobe. Pair it with a neutral jumper or silk shirt.
Lisa skirt, £195, Mother of Pearl
After a new go-to bag? We're in love with this one from BOTTLETOP, which is a British luxury sustainable accessories brand that uses 100% sustainable goods using upcycled metal ring pulls and Amazon zero deforestation leather.
Bellani shoulder bag, was £195 now £97.50, BOTTLETOP
Rent this chic blazer from BY ROTATION, the UK’s leading fashion rental app which aims to make fashion more accessible (and sustainable!) for everyone. On the app, you can upload your own wardrobe and rent pieces from others', too!
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Jacquemus blazer, from £20, BY ROTATION
Lingerie brand Nudea is committed to an ethos of 'buy less and care more', and have recently designed a new line which features recycled polyester and yarns made from recycles plastic bottles.
The easy does it bralette, £42, Nudea
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