Sustainable and toxin-free living

Sustainable and toxin-free living

Get a 20% Discount on Sustainable Fashion From Amour Vert

(Hi, just wanted to make sure you’re aware that you can get a 20% discount off your purchase at Amour Vert with the code GREENLOVE. Have fun!)

You know what was so funny about this Amour Vert photoshoot? I showed up in my sustainable Amour Vert sundress, of course, but then I accessorized it with my Soko bracelet and Charlotte Stone heels. I swear I didn’t know that Amour Vert now sells both those accessory brands in their online shop! AMOUR VERT HOW DO YOU KNOW ME SO WELL?



The point of this story is that I am beyond excited to be featured in Amour Vert’s newsletter today!

I’ve been following and then covering the sustainable fashion scene for six years now, and I remember first discovering Amour Vert with joy. It was the first brand that made truly wearable, chic, versatile clothes that are also sustainable and conscious. The clothes are comfortable, yet appropriate for work, date night, and a weekend picnic, with a California-French vibe.

Their affordable sundresses and t-shirt dresses, t-shirts, blouses, jeans, skirts, leggings, and jumpsuits are all made in California from sustainable materials like Tencel and Modal, organic cotton, recycled polyester, linen and mulberry silk. Plus, they’re selling other sustainable brands that I LOVE through their online shop now, like Veja, Soko, Baggu, Matt & Nat, Minor History, Svelte Metals, and Charlotte Stone. Hello, capsule wardrobe.


I know I can still always turn to Amour Vert for timeless, chic pieces that make me feel good about my purchase.

And! They are giving EcoCult readers 20% off. Just use the code GREENLOVE at checkout.

Isn’t the sustainable life grand?


  • Alden Wicker

    Alden Wicker is an award-winning investigative journalist and author of To Dye For: How Toxic Fashion Is Making Us Sick — and How We Can Fight Back (Putnam). She splits her time between managing her internationally recognized platform on safe and sustainable fashion,, and contributing to publications such as The New York Times, Vox, Wired, Vogue, and more. She’s made expert appearances on NPR’s Fresh Air, the BBC, and Al Jazeera to speak on consumer sustainability and the fashion system’s effect on people and the planet.

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