Being eco-conscious and stocking your closet with new clothing are not mutually exclusive.
If you’re looking for sustainable brands to support, global fashion search platform Lyst recently published its 2020 Conscious Fashion Report detailing some of the most popular, responsibly produced products from the past year. The platform partnered with Good On You, an organization that rates companies based on ethical standards, to compile the list.
From classic denim and sneakers, to springtime dresses and activewear, we’ve made it easy to recreate this sustainable wardrobe with shoppable links.
Nudie Jeans Grim Tim Dry Denim
A sustainable denim brand dedicated to making denim that lasts, Nudie Jeans saw a 57 percent increase in searches since the beginning of September, Lyst reported. This pair is made with organic cotton and features paper-based material jacron in its waistband patches. It’s the brand’s most-wanted product among male customers.
Bassike Classic Organic T-Shirt
Bassike was founded on the basis of sustainability, producing garments with consideration for the environment and surrounding community. This classic T-shirt is made of 100 percent organic cotton and continues to be one of the most popular sustainable items searched on Lyst.
Stella McCartney Eclypse Sneakers
Support sustainable brands and channel a pop star all at once with these Stella McCartney Eclypse sneakers, which Taylor Swift wore during a performance in 2019. Following the show, demand for the sneakers rose 126 percent, Lyst reported.
Patagonia Lone Mountain Parka
Eco shoppers love Patagonia for its dedication to responsible production. Over the past 12 months, there were 100,000 searches for the brand’s Lone Mountain parka.
Reformation Juliette Dress
Aside from its ultra-feminine style, Reformation is known for its ethical practices, and makes sure shoppers are aware of its efforts. Lyst reported that there were 70,000 searches for Reformation dresses like this one over the past year.
Veja Campo Sneakers
If you guessed Veja was the most popular sustainable sneaker brand on Lyst, you’d be correct. Its Campo sneakers have also been the most-wanted non-leather product on the platform for the past 12 months. The style is available in a number of color arrangements, appealing to virtually any wardrobe.
Girlfriend Collective High-rise Leggings
Add to your stock of leggings with a sustainable pair from Girlfriend Collective, which lists a sustainability report alongside the product. One pair saves 25 water bottles from the landfill, almost 19 pounds of CO2 emissions and a little more than 3 gallons of water.
Filippa K Eden Coat
Made of both cashmere and plastic bottles, this coat from Filippa K merges luxury with sustainability. And it’s become a favorite among shoppers. Searches, Lyst stated, have increased 427 percent since October.
Laura Lombardi Fede Necklace
With a gold plated chain and circular front closure, this necklace from Laura Lombardi adds a luxurious statement to any outfit—and shoppers are taking note. Over the past 6 months, consumers have searched for it more than 2,000 times each month.