4 MORE Sustainable Fashion Brands I’m Loving Right Now

Check Out These (New-To-Me) Sustainable Fashion Brands including For Days, Wayre, Seek Collective, and Wolven! sustainably made clothing, eco-friendly fashion.

To be totally honest, I haven’t been shopping much. It’s not like I really have anywhere to go! But now that it’s summer, there are a few key pieces I have my eyes on — and all are from sustainable fashion brands. I’ve really been focusing on ‘greening up’ my wardrobe choices, so I recently did a deep dive on Instagram to discover new eco-friendly options. Here are a few you might be into!

Image source: Seek Collective
Check Out These (New-To-Me) Sustainable Fashion Brands including For Days, Wayre, Seek Collective, and Wolven! sustainably made clothing, eco-friendly fashion.

Check Out These (New-To-Me) Sustainable Fashion Brands

For Days

In this post, I am actually the most excited about discovering a closed-loop company called For Days. Essentially, it works by allowing you to swap and return your old tees in exchange for a discount to replace them with new shirts! You can build a trial kit (of 5 pieces) or your own custom mix of organic cotton tees and sweats. The silhouettes are basic and come in so many amazing colors. I also don’t think the pricing is too expensive, especially for organic cotton. Now that we’re all spending WAY more time in loungewear, For Days is an amazing new find. Oh and they sell face masks now!

Check Out These (New-To-Me) Sustainable Fashion Brands including For Days, Wayre, Seek Collective, and Wolven! sustainably made clothing, eco-friendly fashion.
Check Out These (New-To-Me) Sustainable Fashion Brands including For Days, Wayre, Seek Collective, and Wolven! sustainably made clothing, eco-friendly fashion.

Wolven

If you’re a nature-lover who wears a lot of patterns, Wolven is definitely for you! Everything is designed in LA and made with sustainable fabrics like recycled PET. Each style of their super-cute athletic apparel is produced in small batches, too. I really love all the adventurous and stylish cuts of the sports bras! Plus, if you’re looking for a more sustainably made swimsuit, they have some amazing options in both one pieces and bikinis.

Check Out These (New-To-Me) Sustainable Fashion Brands including For Days, Wayre, Seek Collective, and Wolven! sustainably made clothing, eco-friendly fashion.
Check Out These (New-To-Me) Sustainable Fashion Brands including For Days, Wayre, Seek Collective, and Wolven! sustainably made clothing, eco-friendly fashion.

Wayre

Wayre is a new-to-me sustainable fashion brand that is designed for modern travelers who want to pack less. They offer 3 styles in a gorgeous, neutral-toned color palette. I love how the shapes have been designed to work with a variety of body types. The fabrics are really cool, too and have some awesome features: 4-way stretch, spill-proof, UV-resistant, stink-proof, and don’t need to be ironed! I feel like Wayre’s pieces are perfect for summer.

Check Out These (New-To-Me) Sustainable Fashion Brands including For Days, Wayre, Seek Collective, and Wolven! sustainably made clothing, eco-friendly fashion.
Check Out These (New-To-Me) Sustainable Fashion Brands including For Days, Wayre, Seek Collective, and Wolven! sustainably made clothing, eco-friendly fashion.

Seek Collective

The idea of modern heirlooms is totally my jam, which is probably why I am so obsessed with Seek Collective. Not only are the silhouettes insanely beautiful, the fabrics are SO good. Most items are sustainably made in India. For every garment purchased, they plant one tree to support reforestation across the globe, too! Each piece is handmade and hand block printed…all of these elements make Seek Collective’s pieces ones that I am completely obsessing over.

Check Out These (New-To-Me) Sustainable Fashion Brands including For Days, Wayre, Seek Collective, and Wolven! sustainably made clothing, eco-friendly fashion.
If you want to check out the other deep dives I’ve done on ethically made clothing and accessories, plus get some tips on eco-friendly, sustainable and ethical shopping tips (what it means, what to looks for and more brands I love, etc), check out these posts: