Let me run through the best ethical clothing for spring.

With the clocks moving forward I have started to think about blue skies and sunshine and picnics. And just more all-round more agreeable weather for doing fun stuff outdoors.  I’m itching to get back out on my bike for after-work cycles (no fun in the dark).  And I’d love to spend more than five minutes at the park with my girls without my fingers turning blue!

Clothing-wise, after a winter spent wrapped up in several layers of knitwear, I’ve been doing a little bit of online browsing some of my favourite ethical clothing brands.  Just for fun, for warmer weather attire. 

I’ve whittled down my favourites, and come up with my Spring ethical clothing lust list.  Here’s what’s caught my eye lately:

The Spring Ethical Clothing Lust List

ethical clothes for spring

This Thought Clothing embroidered chambray dress* (£79.90) is calling my name.  Although bare legs and sandals weather still seems so very very far away, I’m sure it would work with tights and boots until the weather warms up.

Lost Shapes* have created this 100% organic cotton denim shirt.  With it’s pair of cheeky screen-printed pigeons, it’s love at first sight.  My partner has a Lost Shapes t-shirt which is years old now.  However, it’s still a favourite of his and still looks immaculate.  This stuff is the best quality.

I have never tried Po-Zu shoes before, but gosh these vegan and ethically made linen slip-ons* (£89) look lovely.  Definitely worth saving up for.

Also on my lust list is this pretty Mara top* (£69) from People Tree.  This is so that I can pretend to be a free-spirited bohemian even though I’d probably be doing non-bohemian things, like the school run or putting laundry away!  I joke – it’s really pretty and it’s definitely way up there on my want list!

Last on my lust list is this Mushroom Medley organic t-shirt (£38) by the new-to-me, charmingly named, and more affordable ethical clothing brand Otter & Goat.  It’s covered in twelve different varieties of mushrooms so you can look like a fun guy in it!

Ok, that was a terrible pun, I’ll admit.  I’ll get my coat…!

What’s on your ethical clothing lust list for Spring?

ps: with Easter on the horizon, try these vegan Easter lunch ideas!

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