7 Eco-Friendly Brands You Need To Know

With global warming being a huge topic of discussion these days, every one is taking a step back to think about how they can personally help. You may not know, but the fashion industry is the world’s second-largest polluter, after oil. For example, to simply make a pair of jeans, 1,800 gallons of water are used. Yes, that means every day when you get dressed, the Earth has been affected.

So how can you easily make an impact on the world to help preserve its beauty and resources for generations to come? Try shopping sustainable brands that seek innovative ways to create fabrics and produce articles of clothing all while reducing their carbon footprint. Ethical fashion is BIGGER THAN EVER and we’re here to tell you all the brands worth spending your hard earned money on!

Allbirds

The shoes soles are made from sugarcane and the rest of the shoe from eucalyptus trees or naturally-made wool.

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Reformation

The company uses sustainable fabrics and repurposed vintage clothing to create beautiful, feminine pieces.

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Amur

The website allows the customer to completely tailor looks themselves with their preferred textiles.

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People Tree

The only brand credited by the World Trade Organization creates eco-friendly, ethical fashion.

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Stella McCartney

This luxury brand’s mission is to positively impact all parts of its business using alternative materials and environmentally-friendly faux leather and fur.

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Toms

The brand is well-known for donating a new pair of shoes to a child in need with every pair purchased and uses sustainable, recyclable, and vegan materials.

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Happy x Nature

Founded by Kate Hudson, this brand strives for eco-aware, free-spirited fashions that minimizes the negative impact its operations have on non-renewable resources.

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Ryleigh Taylor/Writer