23 Sustainable Brands Every Boho Girl Needs to Know
If you love Stevie Nicks, this is the list for you. :)
GoldDust dresses are made from vintage Indian saris and fabric from the 60’s and 70’s. Not only are they gorgeous, but each dress is one of a kind.
Banjanan’s vacay-ready looks are available on Rent the Runway, so if you want an unforgettable look for your week in the tropics, but you don’t need maxi dresses in your day to day as a computer programmer, check them out!
ByTiMo offers long sleeve options and slouchy sweaters perfect for free spirits living in cooler climates.
As always, the brands I recommend utilize natural, recycled, deadstock, or upcycled fabrics (making them sustainable), and pay their workers a fair wage or produce in a low risk region like the USA or EU (ethical). For more info on what I look for, check out Sustainability 101.
** Indicates a company that produces ethically, but may use regular cotton or polyester (I will asterisk even if the polyester or nylon is recycled) in some of their garments. Check the tag for fabric content & decide for yourself!