I’ve been on the prowl for ethical and eco-friendly brands that I would actually wear. Want to see what I’m adding to my wish list this month? Scroll down to take a peek at the brands worth knowing (and maybe do a little shopping!)

Want: Sezane

This French company doesn’t call itself ethical. The designer is just super transparent about where it does its manufacturing, what she’s aiming for, and that she wants superior quality. (Thanks for the tip, Distillerist!) Just get it now, because last time I checked, they were still updating, and now sizes are disappearing left and right!

Sezane dress Sezane sandals
Sezane shoes Sezane shirt with sequined shoulders
Sezane jeans - hello cute butt! Sezane Talons (heels)
Perfect white tee by Sezane Cute pink dress

Want: Outsider Fashion Shirt Dress

The one offering from this brand that really stands out for its sophistication.

outsider

Love: Lulu Frost Jewelry

This amazing brand takes vintage pieces–bakelite, glass, steel–and reworks them into magic.

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Want: Casana Scarves

Look, I get pitched a lot of eco-friendly scarves. But these actually stood out for their variety of patterns and colors. It’s made 100%, high-quality cashmere–the good kind. Part of the proceeds are donated to Pacific Northwest charities and to educate the children of the Nepalese workers who make the scarves.

100% cashmere scarf made in Nepal 100% cashmere scarf made in Nepal
100% cashmere scarf made in Nepal 100% cashmere scarf made in Nepal

Want: Lily Cole for Veja Sneakers

Model Lily Cole teamed up with eco-friendly sneaker company Veja to produce a line of sneakers referencing her trip to the Amazon. Veja sneakers are made with real, Fair Trade Amazonian rubber.

Lily Cole for Veja sneakers

Want: Parker Clay

These bags are ethically made from Ethiopian leather and textiles.

Parker Cole // made ethically from Ethiopian leather and textiles Parker Cole // made ethically from Ethiopian leather and textiles
Parker Cole // made ethically from Ethiopian leather and textiles Parker Cole // made ethically from Ethiopian leather and textiles

Love: Mor & Dotter

Handmade in L.A. from natural materials, this line is calling out for an appearance at a music festival.

Mor & Dotter top // made in L.A. of natural fibers Mor & Dotter top // made in L.A. of natural fibers

Love: Analog Watch Company

These sophisticated and gender neutral little watches are made from sustainably harvested wood and wood offcuts. For every watch you buy, a tree gets planted. Oh, and at $150 per watch, they’re pretty affordable!

Analog wood watches Analog wood watches

Need: Banjanan

Handprinted textiles made by artisans in India are so lovely for wearing at the beach.

banjanan banjanan // hand printed by Indian artisans