10 CONSCIOUS & COSY WARDROBE ESSENTIALS FOR FALL – Les Sublimes

10 CONSCIOUS & COSY WARDROBE ESSENTIALS FOR FALL


It's starting to get cold outside, which means it's time to stock up on comfy knits and stylish seasonal basics. But it is challenging enough to find trendy, quality pieces that are affordable - not to mention responsibly produced. So we searched the internet for you and found the best ethical fashion for Fall.

 

 

1. Building Block Drape Cardigan ($95) / Kowtow

Kowtow Building Block Cardigan

This cardigan is made from premium 100% certified fair trade organic cotton.

 

2. Loose Tee ($75) / Base Range 

Base Range Loose Tee in Taupe
Tees are 100% bamboo and manufactured in a small family-run factory in Porto, Portugal.
 

3. Angela Long Sleeve Wrap Front Top ($99) / Amour Vert

Amour Vert Angela Long Sleeve Wrap Front Top
This top is made from modal, an eco-friendly fabric derived from sustainably harvested wood chips, and is produced responsibly in the USA.
  

4. Baxter Tote (€124) / Matt & Nat 

Matt & Nat Baxter tote in Macaroon 
All Matt & Nat bags are made using vegan leather (PU polyurethane) and the linings are made out of 100% recycled plastic bottles.
 

5. Grey Ruila Crop Organic Cotton Jumper (83) / Komodo 

Kimodo Ruila Crop Sweater Organic Cotton
Sweaters are responsibly made out of 100% organic cotton in Nepal.
 

6. Grey Plaid Flannel Shirt (195) / Aiayu 

Aiayu Organic Cotton Grey Plaid Flannel Shirt
Shirts are responsibly made out of organic cotton.
 

7. Harper Chukka Boot in Steel ($178) / Nisolo

Harper Chukka Boot Steel Nisolo
Shoes are handmade by master craftsmen in Peru using locally sourced raw materials.
 

8. Zady .09 Chunky Knit Sweater ($230) / Zady

Zady .09 Grey Chunky Wool Sweater
Sweaters are responsibly made from 100% wool in the USA.
 

9. Hally Dress (119) / Ekyog

Ekyog organic cotton short Hally dress
This dress is made from 100% Organic Cotton.
  

10. Felt Floppy Hat ($85) / Prymal

Prymal Camel Wool Felt Hat
Hats are handmade by artisans in Ecuador using Andean wool felt.
     
    
    


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