15 Eco-Friendly Fashion Finds To Celebrate Earth Day

Earth Day is tomorrow and to get inspired, we've found 15 fashion brands that practice eco-friendly habits all year round. Whether that means making goods by hand, using recycled and natural materials, or implementing fair, sustainable business models, these are companies that we can get behind.

Even if outdoor Earth Day activities aren't your thing, you can still rally for the cause with some good old fashioned online shopping. Click through to learn more and start shopping for pieces that you can feel good about.

Sprout

This sky blue timepiece is made of materials like biodegradable corn resin, organic cotton, and a mercury-free battery.

Blue Corn Resin Dial With Cork Strap, $45, sproutwatches.com

People Tree

This striped summer dress is made from 100% hand woven cotton. All practices are sustainable, fair trade, and provide work for over 200 women in Thanapara Swallows.

Carey Stripe Dress, $103, peopletree.co.uk

Study New York

This colorful cuff is made in a New York City studio that implements sustainable practices. The gold accents are recycled brass beads made by a Brooklyn jeweler.

Natural Neon Square Cuff, $60, studyny.squarespace.com

Loomstate

Loomstate is committed to environmental protection and the use of organic materials. This reversible tee is made of tencel, an eco-friendly fabric made of dissolved tree pulp.

Nami Top Coral/Seafoam, $76, loomstate.org

The North Circular

These hand-knitted wool socks are dyed in accordance with GOT standards. (BTW that’s “Global Organic Textile,” not Game Of Thrones.)

Socks Dip Dye Collaboration, $198, thenorthcircular.com

Melissa Joy Manning

These delicate earrings are handmade from 14K recycled gold in the designer’s green-certified California studio. All materials are sourced from suppliers who practice social and environmental sustainability.

Gold Triangle Stuf Earrings, $160, melissajoymanning.com

Urban Renewal

Urban Renewal’s clothes are handcrafted in Philadelphia using only vintage, deadstock, and surplus materials and fabrics.

Urban Renewal Oversized Burnout Tee, $39, urbanoutfitters.com

31 Bits

These sparkly beads are made of recycled paper! The company “uses fashion and design to empower [Ugandan women] to rise above poverty.”

Dolly Glam, $36, 31bits.com

Enter The Sun

Enter The Sun is an environmentally friendly company based in Canada. The design on this tank is hand-printed using a non-toxic, eco-friendly ink.

Respect Your Elders Tee, $28, etsy.com

Imogene + Willie

All of the fabric for Imogene + Willie denim is American made. The jeans are handmade in the company’s studio just outside of Nashville.

Imogene + Willie The Lucky Black, $145, zady.com

The People's Movement

These cute summer shoes are made of eco-friendly materials like natural burlap, organic cotton, natural cork, and natural dyes. A portion of sales are donated to 5 Gyres, a non-profit that aims to understand plastic pollution.

Grace Wedge Abierto, $88, thepeoplesmovement.com

Raven + Lily

This skirt is made from repurposed material by Cambodian women who have been abused and trafficked. Raven + Lily provides sustainable employment for the community while sourcing only natural and remnant materials.

Keo: Upcycled Black Short Skirt, $66, ravenandlily.com

The Elephant Pink

This handmade swirly ring from The Elephant Pink is made from recycled copper.

The Elephant Pink Tribal Copper Finger Ring, $11, etsy.com

Ampersand As Apostrophe

Okay, so it’s a bit pricey. But this eco-friendly bag has enough space for your entire life.

Tall Suede-In Tote Soft Gold, $525, ampersandasapostrophe.com

Alternative Apparel

Alternative Apparel is a socially and environmentally responsible company. They use materials like low-impact dyes, organic cotton, recycled polyester, and biodegradable fabric softener. This maxi dress, which is available in six earth tone colors, is made of eco heather jersey.

Racerback Maxi Dress, $68, alternativeapparel.com