Looking for some summer ethical clothing inspiration?
I’ve got summer sun, lazy days, and exploring in mind. As such, I’ve put together a list of lovely ethical pieces from some of my favourite ethical clothing brands that have caught my eye lately. Call it my fantasy fairtrade shopping list if you will!
Summer Ethical Clothing Inspiration
People Tree top* (£45) – a simple classic for summer days.
Lotta From Stockholm clogs (£56.50) – a stylish sandal upgrade.
People Tree Top* (£60) If I only buy one piece of ethical clothing this summer, it will be this top. It’s made for picnics in the park. Also, pockets.
Crossed Sunglasses (£95.00) – Expensive sunglasses give me the fear that I’ll drop them, sit on them or leave them sitting on a park bench. One day I’ll reach Grownup Level 10. This is where I’ll be incredibly responsible with sunglasses, and consider a pair of these sustainable beauties.
Veja Trainers (€75) – for off-road adventuring. And they’re vegan-friendly too.
Komodo Checked ‘Wendy’ Dress (£48) – this checked dress has my name all over it, quite literally.
Monkee Genes Jeans (£40) – for a smart alternative to denim.
Here Today, Here Tomorrow Tote Bag (£105) -for carrying sunscreen, glasses, a good book, and other ethical summer in the park essentials.
Beaumont Organic Cotton Dress (£109) – be still my beating heart.
Thought Organic Cotton Trousers* (£59.90) – cotton trousers for days when you don’t want to get your legs out, or when it’s too cold for dresses. Because let’s be realistic for just one second: summer in the UK isn’t all sunshine and blue skies!
Thanks for indulging in my summer ethical clothing dreams! What are your plans for the summer? We plan on sorting out our garden, tending to the allotment, spending sunny days in the park, taking day trips to Fife and East Lothian, and taking a wee holiday on the west coast. Roll on the nice weather!