the register: clothing
Such a huge chunk of my wardrobe is Everlane. They have a #knowyourfactories campaign to highlight where their clothes are made and their new denim line is made sustainably.
One of my favorite places to drop $ and I never regret doing it. OV uses a lot of sustainable fabrics, plus I think their overall message is really empowering. The running woman sweats are my favorite things to wear, hands down.
FAme and partners
A great place for hyper-stylish, ethical clothing. Their pieces are made to order and are customizable in a lot of ways. I think it's a great place to find really high fashion looks while knowing that I'm not sacrificing my values.
hackwith design house
Lovely garments, many limited edition, made in Minnesota. Their range includes swimwear and plus sizes.
A revolutionary online store that partners directly with small designers and boutiques. Perfect for super unique and small production designs.
Beautiful clothing for professional women. Super inclusive sizing, including a ranges for sizing up to 22 and petites.
Sexy clothing from LA, largely made with deadstock fabrics. Another fantastic example that eco-friendly clothing can be hot.
Beautiful and timeless pieces from Paris. Produced ethically using sustainable fabrics. It’s easy to fall in love with everything in their wonderfully edited lookbooks.
Don’t sleep on Patagonia thinking they’re only fleece. They're one of the leaders in sustainable clothing and their range (that lasts forever) has more everyday pieces than you might expect.
The OG capsule wardrobe line. I fucking live for an Eileen Fisher look; my goal is to age into a Wealthy Swedish Novelist style which she does incredibly well.