We’re rounding up all things sustainable style for this one!
From socks and shoes to dresses and underwear, these Black-owned brands have what you need to head out in eco-friendly style. So make your list, and check it twice, because it’s time to restock your closet with these 10 Black-owned sustainable apparel brands.
It may not be the holiday season, but everybody still needs socks. With Kind Socks, you can have your fun and be sustainable too! These colorful stockings brighten your day with a multitude of patterns. So, whether you like to rock bumble bees and zigzags or leopard print, dots, and camo, you’ll find just what you’re looking for at this sustainable sock brand.
Whether you’ve got panties, bras, boxers, or briefs on your list, you’ll find that and more at Nubian Skin. First, use their bra size calculator. Then, “find your nude” with their simple guide. Next, shop their organic Cotton Collection. The six-piece collection is crafted from 100% Better Cotton Initiative cotton—better for you, better for the planet.
Footwear made from fruit? Yep! Jo-Anne Vernay crafts stylish heels from the fiber of pineapple leaves. We’re loving the look of the Mel-Heel in bold colors such as Cognac and Paprika. Constructed from biodegradable materials, these shoes are the ultimate in fashion. Plan ahead, though, as the Cognac style needs to be pre-ordered.
Another Black-owned sustainable shoe brand on our list is LØCI. With sneakers for everyone, they stock low-tops, high-tops, mid-tops, and necessary accessories as well. Take their quick quiz to “find your sneakers.” Our result? The LØCI X Temperley Seven.
What happens when you combine body positivity, 100% recycled materials, and an end-life upcycling program? You get swimwear from Arrow + Phoenix, that’s what! Choose from the Riane Top, the Jamila One-Piece, Gigi Bottoms, Dana Halter Top, and more. Created from recycled water bottles, these can be shipped back to the company when you are ready to pass them on. As a thank you, you’ll receive a discount on your next purchase.
Looking for your new work-from-home outfit? ALIYA WANEK has you covered. You’ll find ethical style and maximum comfort. Just pair their Esme Top with the Lin Trousers, and you’re good to go. Stepping into the office? Try the Sanaa Dress for a professional look. Don’t forget to check out their sweatsuits while you shop.
This sustainable apparel brand offers ethically produced swimwear in a variety of cuts, colors, and styles. Try the Eshe Pouf Top with the Eshe Side Tie Bottom. Or go for the Lena Bandeau Top with the Lena High Waist Bottom. Looking for one-pieces and coverups? They have those, too.
You’ll be anything but basic in these comfort-forward basics. Taylor Jay offers sustainable apparel with everyday ease. For work mode, we’re pairing the Willow Pant with the Dolman Top in Olive Green. Our go-to everyday wear? The Jodi Leggings with the Long Sleeve Crop Top. For that first coffee meet-up, we’re loving the puffed-sleeve, flirty look of the Che’ blouse.
We’re loving Grant Blvd for their Ruffled Lace Dress. It’s fun, flirty, and just right for everyday wear. Need to dress to impress instead? Go for their Off the Shoulder Dress. The rust-colored bodice and contrasting cranberry sleeves will be just the look you need. At Grant Blvd, you’ll find a nice selection of tops, bottoms, bodysuits, and more. Work from home? They’ve got you covered there as well. Hello GB Logo Joggers! We see you.
Step one: Pair the Smocked Waist Top with the Ruched Skirt. Step two: Continue to shop. Hope for Flowers offers jackets, dresses, bottoms, and more. Headed to the beach? Add their Tiered Robe to your cart. This fun piece can also be worn alone as a dress. We’re all about that multitasking sustainable clothing life! Before checking out, add a couple of cute tops to your order. Our suggestion? Try the Shibori Skinny T.