With many of the latest spring collections just dropping, before we click ‘add to cart’, it is time to invest and focus on brands that are doing it right. With many small fashion labels improving their own design and production processes to be more ethical, transparent and environmentally-friendly it is important that we target our spending and purchases towards the brands that approaching fashion and design in a sustainable manner.
Not only will these garments last for many seasons to come, but they will also allow for these sustainable fashion houses to continue to be future focused by further developing their own environmentally conscious fabrics and updating their processes dramatically through production all the way to the hands of the consumer. Not only will some of these garments do some good for the world but they will elevate your wardrobe this Spring and Summer season.
1. Rowie the Label;
The Delilah Silk Midi Dress is one that is made for roaming in blossoming fields or beach-side with a cocktail in hand. Rowie the Label sends all their domestic orders in a compostable 100% biodegradable packaging to ensure no waste will end up in landfill for years to come. This includes the post bag, the garment bag and all postcards are made from paper. Sustainable practices are also utilised in the warehouse, shops and head office.
2. Spell and the Gypsy Collective;
The Mystic Strappy Maxi Dress is a beautiful golden-sun colour that will have you dreaming of blazing sunsets and sun-drenched days all year long. This dress is crafted in a blend of organic cotton and sustainably producing LEZING ™ and ECOVERO™.
The Adia Dress, is a playful French styled pinafore dress. ELK creates their collections to reflect their connection between simplicity, sustainability and innovation. They aim to seamlessly intersect a pure, refined aesthetic that will last seasons after purchase. All garments are high quality with use of raw materials across the globe. ELK aims to be transparent across all business operations.
Which dress will you add to your sustainable wardrobe?