Ethically-made fashion by rag & bone, Line Dry Apparel, A Peace Treaty

I was digging through my pants drawer the other day and found these nice white jeans by rag & bone. Usually I would wear them just in the summer, but I’m a big proponent of using as much as your wardrobe as much as possible. And winter whites can be so refreshing!

Ethically-made fashion by rag & bone, Line Dry Apparel, A Peace Treaty

rag & bone is actually made in the U.S. So when I’m looking for dependably chic basics, I know it’s (an expensive but) good place to start.

Alden Wicker wearing eco-friendly fashion

The jacket is by Line Dry. It’s made in the United States, and has a versatile look so that I can wear it for multiple occasions. You can find it at Modavanti. (Use code ECOCULT for 10% off.)

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The scarf is by A Peace Treaty, a brand that works with artisans across ten countries to create their luxury scarves. The angora turtleneck I bought in Iceland three years ago; it’s by an Icelandic brand called Birna. The shoes are conventional, by Madewell. You can get similar ones that are ethically made by Miista. The bag is a reusable one from Reformation.

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This top* is made by artisans in India. You can find ethically made tops like it on Indelust, which features nothing but fairly made, Indian designs.

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The buttons on the back are hidden below a placket. Don’t worry, I can actually unbutton the entire thing by myself.

*This was sent to me free as a gift from Indelust.