Tie-dye clothing has been a big trend all summer. Sustainable brands are doing it too. Below are 5 looks with sustainable brands and their takes on the tie-dye trend. If you’re looking for other options brands like Anna Kosturova, Ninety Percent, All Things Mochi, Story mfg, and Stella McCartney have lots of other options.
Maypol Shoes– Handcrafted in Spain using traditional techniques.
Vintouch Italy Earrings– Handmade ethically with shells and stones from a sustainable origin.
Raen Optics– Made with cotton based zyl acetate.
Khokho Bag– Made using sustainable straw and traditional weaving techniques.
Anna Kosturova Dress– Hand crafted and hand dyed in Bali.
Klub Nico Shoes– Handcrafted using traditional techniques in Spain.
Cesta Collective Bag– Handwoven by female artisans in Rwanda using locally sourced sissal.
Melissa Joy Manning Earrings– Made with recycled metals and ethically and sustainably sourced stones.
Carla Colour Sunglasses– Made using sustainable zyl acetate.
Sanuk Sandals– Made with recycled yoga mats.
Kayu Bag– Handcrafted by artisans in the Philippines using locally sourced materials.
Rise Art & Design Sunglasses- Made with recycled plastic.
Juice Beauty Sunscreen– Made using organic ingredients. The sunscreen is reef-friendly.
Artisan & Fox Earrings– Handmade from upcycled brass in Kenya.
Re/Done Top– Made with upcycled materials.
Marine Serre Pants– Made from sustainably upcycled cotton.
Pala Sunglasses– Made ethically in Ghana using cellulose acetate.
Swedish Hasbeens clogs– Handcrafted with ecologically sound methods.
Cathy Waterman Earrings– Made with recycled metals and ethically sourced gemstones.
Maison Margiela Bag- This bag is a special edition and has been re-released every year since 1993 to help support families and communities hit by AIDS.
Nanushka Sandals– Made using vegan materials.
Wear Panda Sunglasses– made using sustainable bamboo.
Agolde Shorts– Produced sustainably in L.A.
Ninety Percent Bodysuit– Made using tencel.
Sensi Studio Bag– Made in socially responsible conditions in Ecuador.
All Blues Earrings– Made with recycled metals.