Sustainable brands that match your style!

If you are curious about ethical clothing brands and don’t know where to begin, you are not alone! Finding brands that match your style and values on your journey to conscious consumerism, can be a challenge. Thankfully, there are resources that take the the hard work out of of finding the right brands for you!

Here is a list of resources to help you find out more about ethical brands.

Ethical Made Easy

Ethical Made Easy has a comprehensive directory of ethical and fair-trade brands across the globe in all categorie and this includes skincare, accessories, and homewares! They tell you exactly what each brand is doing and where you can shop them. And while you are checking out their website to get informed, you can score great discounts on brands that suit your style.

Good On You

Good On You is your trusted guide if you like to gauge brands based on rating and reviews. Their ratings and scores make it super easy to understand how brands are performing overall and in the categories of people, planet and animals welfare.

Ethical Clothing Australia

Supporting the locals is ECA, the long-standing accreditation body for the Australian clothing, textile, and footwear industry. ECA is there to make sure that Australian companies are complying throughout the supply chains. Their website also has a directory with all the names of the ECA certified brands.

Remake Sustainable Brands

This is another great source to find a complete directory of ethical and sustainable brands world-wide. Remake is a one stop shop for all things sustainable fashion including brand guides to documentaries, stories to events and podcasts to workshops.

Baptist World Aid Ethical Fashion Report

The report is published every year and is very helpful in getting a sector-wide picture of brands that are leading the sustainability game (and also ones that are not even trying!). Their easy-to-read grading system says a lot about a brand in just one glance.

Oxfam Naughty or Nice List

In this report, Oxfam Australia calls out brands on their commitment to paying a living wage to their makers and their supply chain transparency.

So be curious and be informed!


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