Annie Greenabelle sells cute and girly dresses, tops and other clothes out of organic and fair trade cotton and end of roll fabrics. They're prices are great too!
The Green Room is online fashion house ASOS' platform dedicated to ethical and eco-conscious labels. Here you can also shop Asos Africa, the company's ethical label. Asos Africa garments are produced in collaboration with a rural Kenyan community, allowing under-privileged communities to establish a living and sustainable business.
Bibico's clothes are produced in fair trade cooperatives. They are known for their simple, effortless style.
Frank & Faith is a UK based ethical and sustainable fashion label. They have a beautiful selection of clothes and free UK delivery and returns. Yay!
A great ethical fashion label, Johari, which means 'something precious' in Swahili are particularly strong on dresses and gorgeous jewellery. Every item is handmade in Kenya and 100% of the profit is reinvested in their community projects which empower vulnerable young adults to build a living for themselves and their families.
A ethical and sustainable fashion label selling fashion-forward clothes. Not strictly fair trade, their clothes are ethically produced and often made from sustainable fabrics such as organic cotton and bamboo.
The brand Lowie stands for beautiful hand embroidered, knitted, stitched or crochet garments. They have a wide range of beautiful accessories such as socks, hats, scarfs and gloves.
are organic jeans made by people who care. Get some of their fashionable jeans and rest assured that no slave or sweatshop labour was used in their production. Monkee Genes also have free world-wide delivery as well as some great sales!
Possibly one of the biggest fair trade fashion houses in the world, peopletree sell fashionable and ethically made garments & accessories. They also have a foundation that lobbies for a fair trade fashion industry and supports worker's rights. Names such as Orla Kiely, Vivienne Westwood or Emma Watson have all designed for Peopletree.
This is the first UK fair trade and ethical fashion search engine. Incredible! Style is makes finding ethical fashion dead easy!
One for One. With every pair of shoes you purchase, toms will give a pair of new shoes to a child in need. And they're cool looking too!
Based in Australia, Nico Underwear are the first underwear brand to achieve accreditation with Ethical Clothing Australia. Their pants and bras are made in Australia under ethical conditions and they aim to minimize their impact on the environment.
Pants to Poverty make fun and comfy looking fair trade underpants from organic cotton. The production of these pants supports over 5000 farmers in India as well as their local communities.
Not only is WhoMadeYourPants? underwear made in Southampton, UK, but it is made by women who have had little opportunity in life. At WhoMadeYourPants the women can acquire skills, like making panties, marketing or finance, which will equip and benefit them in the long-term.
Accessories & Jewellery:
Pioneers in ethical and fair trade jewellery since 1996, CRED have a huge selection of gorgeous classic jewellery as well as engagement rings, wedding and eternity band made from materials such as fair trade and fairminted gold or recycled platinum. If you're about to say 'yes' why not do it with a fair trade wedding ring?
Hearts' mission is to sell jewellery and accessories that change the world for the better. A great amount of their beautiful sustainable jewellery is made from unusual materials, such as old phone cords or bullet shells, by small designers in the United States. Very cool and very fashionable!
Made sells trendy fair trade fashion jewellery and accessories at affordable prices. Committed to promoting trade in Kenya, all their goods are hand-made in their workshop there and they provide employment and education opportunitites for their workers.
Urban lace create beautiful and intricate jewellery (earrings, bracelets, necklaces and masks!) from the inner tubes of old bike tyres. Yes you heard right! The bike tyres are collected from local bike shops, which makes this a very environmentally friendly venture.
Homewares & Gifts:
Lovely selection of fair trade and made-in-the-UK homewares and accessories. Excellent place to get lovely gifts.
Monsoon has been investing a lot into making their clothing production more ethical and sustainable. They regularly monitor their factories and provide their workers with a living wage. Monsoon Boutique is their gorgeous range of fair trade gifts. Beautiful and so affordable!
The UK's largest retailer of handmade fair trade and eco-friendly gifts. They sell home-ware, some clothing and great jewellery pieces.
Quirky site that gives advice on leading a greener life. They are behind initiatives such as Glove Love and Saved T-shirts. Sign up to them and pledge to live a greener life... or just read the tips and decide which ones you want to follow.
VERY helpful site on where to find ethical fashion. Includes a directory, advice and shop.
Magazine and website for the shopper with a conscience. Ethical Consumer rates shops and brands on how ethical they are, gives advice and informs who to boycott.
Independent non-profit organisation that licenses use of the Fairtrade mark on products. They are huge and everywhere! Find the one in your country.
Great Blog on fair trade, sustainable and ethical fashion. Combines fashion features with style advice, DIY and news on important developments. Sign up to this one, it's great!
Decadence Vintage Fairs organise the fabulous Froch Around the Clock vintage fairs. Happening in beautiful venues all over Northern Ireland, they are a great day out. Their wedding fairs are particularly worth a visit.
The Fashion Souk is one of Belfast's most stylish vintage and second-hand fashion markets. The atmosphere is always great and the quality of clothes guaranteed. You will also find beautiful jewellery and accessories by local designers at this market.
Situated on the top floor of the beautiful Powerscourt Towncentre, the Loft Market is the address for Irish Design. The little boutique offers everything from jewellery, to vintage clothes and modern fashion. Open seven days a week, the designers and artists themselves run the shop, each taking their turn.
Refound is a great Belfast initiative started and led by the lovely Jill. At Refound you will find the most unusual, unique and beautiful furniture all upcycled from old discarded pieces by local artists. Check out their shop on Wellington Place and be enchanted! It's open every Thursday - Sunday.
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