These brands have the summer looks we love!
From sourcing repurposed materials and recycling scrap fabrics to offering donation programs and shipping in eco-friendly packaging, these companies hit all the hot topics—carbon neutrality, zero waste, regenerative fashion, and circular production methods. Here are the sustainable summer clothing brands we love!
For Days’ answer to the “clothing in the landfill” problem? Their Take Back Bag! Recycle your old clothing through this circular loop solution and earn credit on future purchases. While you’re there, be sure to check out their Recycled Cotton Crop Tank!
From reducing water use and shipping in more eco-friendly packaging bags to producing solely carbon-neutral products, summer clothing brand Threads 4 Thought knows what’s up in sustainable style. Don’t miss their Ivanna Gauze Wide Leg Pant and their Embroidery Fleece Short!
A circular loop denim company? Yep! From labels, tags, and rivets made from recycled materials to jeans constructed to last, Boyish does their part to eliminate fashion waste. While they’ve got a great stock of shorts for summer, this season’s The Monty will be your new go-to.
Summer clothing brand Pact offers a number of ways to get involved in the sustainability of your purchases—carbon offsetting your shipping and donating old clothes to nonprofits are just a start. We’re digging their new Harbour Romper and Tissue Racerback Tank.
What do recycled yarn, transparent production methods, and ethically made denim (styles without leather backpatches are vegan) have in common? They describe LA-based summer clothing brand Oliver Logan. Try their Bedford Short, their Baxter Short, or their Arden Tee Shirt.
This carbon-neutral brand makes limited quantities of clothing to ensure less waste. And what does Whimsey + Row do with its fabric scraps? Scrunchies, bandannas, and all the fun things! We’re adding to cart their Valentina Top & Shorts, Kate Dress, and Noel Skirt.
A circular model brand, OUTERKNOWN offers a selection of pre-owned clothing for sale as well as the opportunity to sell back your old items to the brand. As for new arrivals, we’re looking at the Channing Dress, Fillmore Boyfriend Shorts, and Carson Bralette with Marlow Pants.
Christy Dawn kicks it up a notch by moving from sustainable fashion production methods to regenerative practices. You’ll find quality made-to-last designs constructed from deadstock and eco-friendly fabrics. New looks this season include The Nicks Dress, The Marley Skirt, The Mackenzie Blouse, and more!
Do your part to help heal the planet by choosing summer looks made from hemp. Jungmaven uses this regenerative superhero to offer dresses, tees, tanks, and more! We’re loving the new Trinity Tank and Flash Jung Tee.
Toad & Co.’s philosophy is “Go sustainable, or go nude.” From their reusable packaging to their partnership with thredUP, they are committed to keeping clothing out of landfills. Take a look at their Manzana Tiered Sleeveless Dress and their Earthworks Camp Short, both new this season.
Clothing that’s guaranteed for life? Yep. It doesn’t get any more sustainable than that! Able not only sources materials responsibly but designs their styles to last. Check out their Angela Drapey Tank and Collins Sweater Polo.
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