Last week for Slow Fashion Friday I shared with you my favorite way to thrift online using eBay. I still maintain that this is the best way to ethically shop for the budget minded person, BUT there is something to be said for supporting brands that are doing things right. We have to keep them in business right?
So I thought that this week I would provide you with some non thrift options for ethical shopping.
Please keep in mind that this is, by no means, an exhaustive list. And I have just recently committed to ethical shopping so I’m no expert. These are simply shops that I found online that I think are doing a fantastic job at providing an alternative to fast fashion.
So let’s get started shall we? Here are 30 brands that I believe are doing it right:
- ASOS Greenroom $
- Reformation $$$
- Eileen Fisher $$$
- Everlane $-$$
- Monkee Jeans $$
- Ace & Jig $$-$$$
- Patagonia $$
- People Tree $
- pRana $$
- Smartwool $$
- Igigi $-$$
Note: This post has been edited to provide up to date information.
What do you think? Other than these 30 brands, are there any that I missed? Let me know in the comments below if you’d like to add a brand to the list! Let’s share with each other and make this a community effort!
Until next time,
Blog posts and websites referenced (although I verified every brand):