Looking for the perfect pastel for the Easter/Spring season. These 15 dresses will definitely hit the mark. Let me know your favorite ethical pick in the comments below!
Pastel and printed all at the same time. This maxi dress is from Symbology and is made by female artisans who make living wages. The fabric used is rayon and it’s made with sustainable production and eco-friendly dyes.
Designed using traditional styles, this kimono style wrap dress is ethical, cruelty-free, and natural. It’s made of blended linen and the best part is it has pockets!
Perfect in peach, this Andrea dress from Ecovibe Apparel is flattering and flowy so it’s perfect for warm weather. It’s designed in Portland and made ethically in the U.S.
Looking at this dress you wouldn’t believe it was made with recycled flour sacks, but it was! The sacks are sourced from a local market in Ghana and then sewn by female entrepreneurs on the coast of Ghana.
Comfy and feminine at the same time. This maxi dress is from Rakha and made with linen. Rakha uses only recycled and biodegradable materials and works with green manufacturers that have environmentally friendly management systems that limit waste, carbon, and water consumption and production.
Perfect for a cocktail party or a garden party. This dress from Shopyte is for the uber-feminine and sustainable woman. It’s made ethically using natural silk.
Voz is a luxury fashion house giving voice to indigenous women around the world. They work with Mapuche artisans in Chile to create a collection that is timeless and honors their artistry and traditions at the same time. This bell sleeve dress is made with silk.
Maximize your spring feeling with this sustainable lilac dress from Imaima. It’s made with azo-free dyes and uses traditionally handcrafted embroidery techniques from the Middle East. The fabric is handwoven cotton that comes from India.
Be lovely in lemon in this delectable dress from Innika Choo. It definitely combines the lovely with the free-spirited ethos of her line. It’s made ethically by artisans in Bali where she is based.
The perfect pastel dress for a formal event. It’s from By Timo, a brand based in Oslo. Tine Mollatt, the founder enfuses honestly into her brand with sourcing and strict sustainable and ethical codes of conduct for suppliers.
Muted elegance is the name of the game in this Judith dress from Sabinna. It;s designed and produced in the U.K. and made with wool. Sabinna has a focus on recyclable and biodegradable materials and recently partnered with BRIA UK to take end-of-life garments nad make them new.
Boldly pastel, this dress is from Manning Cartell a brand that combines sustainability with innovation and femininity. The brand ethically produces in Australia. The dress itself is made with natural silk.
Part of the lovely sustainable collection from Rosie Assoulin. This dress combines an illusion top and a lilac midi skirt. It’s made from sustainably sourced organic hemp too.
Beautifully embroidered and totally feminine. This daffodil yellow dress from Fanm Mon was made by in-house artisans in the Ukraine. Fanm Mon is know for taking traditional styles and embroidery techniques. Translating and preserving them for a modern audience.
If you love everything floral you’ll definitely love this 3-D patchwork floral dress from Laura Theiss. It’s made with Italian yarn and combines traditional crochet with digital technology. Every piece is made to order and totally adaptable to your unique form.