A collection of geometric prints, unique shapes, cut-out details, and high contrast, neutral color combinations. While this group of sustainable summer picks does follow some current trends (and I definitely don’t promote trend-driven shopping!), I chose these pieces because they are all very wearable, transitional, and versatile. Neutrals like black, white, and beige easily integrate into your wardrobe, adding stylish eco-friendly elements to your current outfits.
This group of clothing and accessories includes:
1. Matea Weekender Bag by Mercado Global, hand-woven 100% cotton and made in Guatemala, find it on Zady.
2. Mrs. Bogart straw floppy hat by Goorin Bros, 100% straw and made in the USA, find it on Goorin Bros shop.
3. Arrayan Bracelet by Palma Collection, handcrafted by artisans from the tagua nut (vegetable ivory), find it on Modavanti.
4. Leaf Tank crop top by Samantha Pleet, made fair-trade in India from cotton and wool, find it on Ethica.
5. High-rise Shorts by Study, 100% cotton and made by a weaving cooperative in Uganda, find it on Ethica.
6. Tyler – Graphite shoe by Bhava, made from recycled ultrasuede, organic cotton and reclaimed wood, find it on Modavanti.
7. Srey: Printed Pocket Tank Dress, ethically made in Cambodia from remnant jersey, find it on Raven + Lily.
8. Alem: String Tassel Necklace, handmade from recycled metal beads (melted down from bullet casings), find it on Raven + Lily.
9. Palm Dress by Daniel Silverstein, 100% silk and made in the USA, find it on Ethica.
What are your favorite sustainable fashion pieces for summer?