spring clothes

Looking for some spring ethical clothing inspiration for your sustainable wardrobe? I’ve got you covered!

I’m trying to be on a buy nothing new (or secondhand) clothing diet right now.  However, I’m only human. And I can’t help but notice all the pretty clothes coming out right now from sustainable and ethical clothing retailers, as part of their spring ethical clothing ranges!  Retailers have definitely managed to kick the tie-die trance trousers reputation that eco-friendly and ethical fashion once had right into the past.

The Spring Ethical Clothing Lust List

I’ve put together my fantasy spring ethical clothing shopping list in case you’re looking for some ethical inspiration.  The good news is all pieces are £50 or under:

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Orla Kiely T-Shirt (£36) from People Tree*. I have a bit of a thing for Orla Kiely’s beautiful prints and I love her newest collaboration with People Tree.

Peter Pan T-Shirt (£45) from Bibico. This just looks so easy to wear, and great to dress up or down.

Bicycle Belle T-Shirt* (£25) from Howies. Isn’t this just the sweetest t-shirt?

Nomad Maya Jeans (£21.95) via Ethical Superstore*. I’ve featured these jeans before, but it was worth adding them again as they are currently on super sale in sizes 14 and above.

More Ideas

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Mero Tote (£49) via Ethical Superstore*. This tote bag is currently out of stock but is back in 11 days if you’ve got your heart set on it.  It’s a bit of a multi-tasker too – it’s reversible (to red) when you want to change things up!

Leaf Print Dress (£39.90) from Thought Clothing*. I’m a sucker for a good print and this dress is pretty much perfect.  Wear with the Nomads cardigan below and you’re sorted!

Cardigan (£50) from Nomads*. If I was buying anything new right now it would definitely be this beauty.  Light enough to wear as a cardigan but with the look of a smart jacket, this would be perfect for my work/going out wardrobe.

3/4 Sleeve Merino Top (£45) from Finisterre*. Stylish and cosy, and most importantly ethically made and guaranteed to be non-mulesed.

Also, as I was putting this ethical spring clothing guide together it struck me that pretty much everything I’ve picked out is blue!  I’m not sure why I’m so drawn towards all things blue right now. Perhaps it’s the thought of blue skies ahead!

Looking for more ethical clothing inspiration? Do check out my guide to over 40 ethical clothing brands.

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