Black Friday Deals From Sustainable UK Brands (2024)

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Looking for deals from sustainable brands this Black Friday? I’ve got you covered with the best deals in 2024, alongside the brands that are giving back instead.

Shopping with the environment in mind is always tricky, let alone in the lead-up to Christmas. The whole season is geared up to encourage us to spend as much money as possible, on things we don’t necessarily need.

In response, some people say we should boycott Black Friday. Buy Nothing Day and Green Friday are two different takes. Each offers an alternative to consumerism, whether that’s ditching the shops or getting out into nature. If that works for you, then go for it!

However, sustainability doesn’t look the same for everyone. If you can’t afford to shop from sustainable brands all the time, one way to purchase the things you need whilst still supporting ethical businesses is to shop in the Black Friday sales.

If you would like to shop from sustainable brands this Black Friday, then to help you out, I’ve rounded up the best econ-conscious deals available. And if you’d prefer to support eco-friendly brands that are giving back to charity instead, then I’ve rounded up these brands too.

The 2024 Black Friday Deals From Sustainable & Eco-Friendly Brands

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Coming in November 2024!

The Sustainable Brands Giving Back

Coming in November 2024!

When Is A Bargain Not A Bargain?

I know only full well from previous experience that poorly thought-out sales purchases end up languishing at the back of the wardrobe. Here they’re either worn once or twice, before being deemed not suitable. Or worse, never worn at all.

A bargain isn’t a bargain when you don’t end up wearing it. And a poorly thought-out ethical purchase that sits unworn is as bad, as a poorly thought-out fast fashion purchase. According to recent research, the average wardrobe in the UK contains 31 items unworn items. With textiles and fashion responsible for between 4% – 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions, it’s vital to only buy what we need, even if it is on sale.

I always ask myself if I really need the item. If I do, then I ask myself if I would pay full price for the item, if I could. It’s a good way to stop and check that I’m not getting distracted by Black Friday deals.

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