Just a few years ago, giving anything dubbed ‘sustainable fashion’ as a holiday gift could easily be your one-way ticket to the bottom of a friendship hierarchy. These days, you’re likely to find the exact opposite reaction… especially if that pressie is coming from this sustainable fashion gift guide.
London-bred LA-dwelling content creator and co-founder of Noble Media, Laura Piety, is an expert of all things chic, luxe and sustainable. Her catalyst project — a documentary called The True Cost — pried open our eyes to the realities (and questionable ethics) of fast fashion; her more recent Clean Luxury series gives power the same mission with signature creative force, appreciation for personal style and a keen eye for good design.
We asked Laura to share a few of her fave eco, ethical and ever-stylish picks for this year’s season of gifting and the pro certainly delivered. Peruse her sustainable fashion holiday gift guide below, featuring some of our most-loved local designers (and plenty of ‘it’ girl style points)…
AllBirds Women’s Wool Runners in Natural White | Some may say that white is a tad impractical. While this may be the case, these runners (and the sustainable wool they are made from) are also chic as can be. CHECK OUT
Everlane basics | We love Everlane’s commitment to radical transparency and solid basics. Empower someone to channel their inner French girl with this stripy tee. CHECK OUT
Baserange at The Dreslyn | Perfect for holiday hygge, these sustainable socks will keep you warm all winter. We’re buying for all the family. CHECK OUT
Ryan Roche at The Dreslyn| If you’re thinking of getting yourself a gift (who isn’t?), this hand-knit, cashmere cardigan should be it. Ryan’s a fave. CHECK OUT
Mara Hoffman Zora Jumpsuit | Buying for someone in California? This jumpsuit it the perfect throw on to wear every.single.day. in warmer winter climes. CHECK OUT
Ulla Johnson Sabine Jumpsuit | Looking for something special for your wife, girlfriend, or again, yourself? For straight up luxe elegance look no further, you simply can’t beat Ulla’s velvet pieces this season. CHECK OUT