This eco-conscious, ethical fashion label specialises in well made basics whilst prioritising the importance of sustainablility.
With a selection of graphic tees and fun bucket hats (amongst others), Cydsline offers affordable and attractive clothes and accessories for all.
For colourful crocheted goods check out Rock and Rose, whose accessories are pretty much sysonymous with good vibes.
Ethical roots stocks many hippy-style clothes which are all made as part of a fairtrade movement, for further peace of mind, the website details where each item is made.
Organic Basics is true to its name providing a selection of basics from tshirts
to underwear. Check out the link for all of your everyday basics
Glam Jams has an array of unique bespoke garments such as dressing gowns, tops, pillow cases and more. Check out the link for all things satin!
Kowtow is a New Zealand based clothing brand which uses local mohair, alpaca fleece, and wool to create high quality, high fashion garments.
This UK-based brand specialises in everyday necessities such as sweatshirts, t-shirts and, my personal favourite 'work' trousers.
The Supine Collective stocks a variety of graphic tees and jumpers, perfect for lounging around the house or spicing up the classic 'white shirt and jeans'.
IM Designs is the ideal website to ethically source designer clothes. It reworks stock from vintage designer brands providing some of the most desirable ethical pieces.
This is a female-owned brand of clothes and homeware which are ethically made in India and designed in California. They are the epitome of slow fashion, making all of their products with hand-made processes.
This US-based brand has slow fashion at its core, with all of its components from start to finish being US made, including the Texan cotton.
For luxury leather goods look no further than Bea Meriggi, an Italian brand making leather coats, bags and shorts in Tuscany.
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