10 Brands Full of Cozy Sustainable Sweaters to Check Out

10 Brands Full of Cozy Sustainable Sweaters to Check Out

Sweater weather time! Get ready, this list is full of brands that are perfect for that fall weather. Make yourself some chai tea, enjoy the fall foliage and curl up in one of these sustainably made/ethically sourced sweaters (jumpers if you’re British). These brands range from luxury to affordable and have styles from modern to minimalist! In conclusion, definitely a sweater for everyone.

Chinti and Parker

Playful, yet timeless. Above all, these knitwear designs are made to make you feel good. (About yourself and the brand.) They source within the E.U. for their eco-friendly fabrics. Plus, they offset their carbon emissions!

Uzma Bozai

East meets west in these comfy sweaters. They are produced in limited quantities. Additionally, the embellishments are handmade with traditional techniques. Lots of time and work goes into each sweater. For instance, one can take up to 15 hours to craft.


Aiayu has 100% organic production. Which means, they source their llama wool in Bolivia. After that, they work with their craftsmen to preserve the traditional techniques of the trade. Plus, they only use WRAP-certified factories.

Ryan Roche

Above all, knitwear brand Ryan Roche is committed to responsible fashion. Ryan strives to leave as little as possible using sustainable low impact production methods in her knitwear. For example she uses natural organic fabrics. Plus, she works with a female cooperative in Nepal to produce the majority of her collections.

Queene and Belle

Hawick, Scotland is basically the capital of traditional Scottish knitting. Therefore, when looking for a place to set up shop it could only be Hawick. Queene and Belle employ specialist artisans there to produce their knitwear with the traditional techniques they are known for. Overall, the supply chain used is predominantly local, the yarn used is from Scottish spinners.

Orwell + Austen Cashmere

Handmade in a family run factory in Nepal. They still employ traditional artisanal techniques like hand knitting, dyeing, and weaving. The designs are super fun and definitely don’t follow the thinking that natural means boring or scratchy. Therefore, if your looking for ethical, comfy and colorful this is the brand for you.

Lalla Wandavi

These sweaters are vegan! The yarns are plant-based- cotton, linen, and bamboo and the dyes are all plant-based. The suppliers are in Italy and Canada and they are as eco-friendly in their practices as Lalla is in production. Lalla Wandavi is handknitted in England. Above all, Lalla is proud of the brands ethics and zero waste sourcing and production.


Based in London and manufactured within the E.U. First, the sustainable sweaters are Scandinavian in style, but have cute and quirky accents. Furthermore, the fabrics you’ll find are all organic. For instance, they source GOTS certified cotton and Italian merino wool.

Haley Menzies

The perfect statement making sweater. Effortless shapes with bright colors are her signature. Plus, the production is ethical. The brand produces in the U.K. with a family run operation behind the manufacturing.


Based in Berlin, this sustainable brand has been around since 2008. The sweaters are perfect for your inner minimalist. In addition to producing with GOTS certified cotton and they also partner with small-scale production operations..

  • jeferson
    Posted at 03:35h, 08 October Reply

    we really need more of these in our time…..sustainable fashion….I also love to call fashion with conscience….

  • Samantha Flores
    Posted at 00:39h, 09 October Reply

    I love sweater weather! I especially like the red sweater pictured here. It’s so vibrant!

  • Meygan @ AllTheRooms
    Posted at 17:54h, 09 October Reply

    All of these outfits are so lovely! 🙂

  • Nina
    Posted at 19:12h, 09 October Reply

    Excellent and fabulous choice! I ordered mine at Aeropostale and Burlington. I love Fall because it’s time for some sweatshirts!

  • blair villanueva
    Posted at 05:25h, 11 October Reply

    It’s 4th quarter of the year and its already a season for cozy sweatshirts! Oh I love wearing them at night time and enjoy a cup of hot cocoa drink.

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