27 Sustainable Fashion Staples We Love Now

Who needs floral prints when all of California is in full bloom? In this year’s Spring Shop, we’ve curated a collection of elevated basics for your closet. Everything in The Shop is sustainable on some level, making each purchase a a small, but stylish move in the right direction.

We’ve chosen a notably neutral palette for everything in the spring collection. A great organic white t-shirt or pair of recycled jeans is sustainable on many levels: not only are they made responsibly – and possibly better for your skin, but they’ll carry you through season after season and pack to wear with just about anything you’ve got. Those are the kinds of lasting essentials we had in mind for this Spring’s Shop.

Neutral pieces make a great foundation for a colorful life. Bring your own color to these pieces by pairing them with a rosy cheek, bold lip, a glassful of neon smoothie or armload of farmer’s market produce. Real life is full of color — sometimes a simple wardrobe lets life’s hues shine all the more!

A few things we kept in mind while selecting brands to include in The Shop were transparency, high-quality craftsmanship designed to last (the opposite of fast-fashion), eco-friendly manufacturing practices and earth-friendly materials. Not every brand included here qualifies for all of the above, but each one is participating in the sustainable fashion movement in a way we love.

More than a few white lace pieces from Reformation are included (meet the founder here). Go ahead and embrace your feminine side and wear it head-to-toe or rough it up with some of the recycled denim in The Shop. Stock up on Baserange’s modern, essential underthings — this soft bra in nude is made from sustainable bamboo. Heard of Austrailian brand, Bassike? We’ve included their viscose and silk pant – made with high-quality design and sustainable manufacturing in mind.

Don’t miss the denim from Re/Done and LA-base Amo, the organic cotton bodysuit by Skin, or all the lovely footwear from Stella McCartney, Veja, Ulla Johnson and Jenni Kayne.

What are your favorite responsible fashion brands? We’ll be talking about them all today in The Chat. Pop over, join the discussion and find a few new favorites!

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