24 May 5 Natural Jumpsuit Looks Perfect For a Sustainable Summer
I’ve been living in jumpsuits recently, so here is some outfit inspiration from 5 beautiful brands that use natural materials and the best practices. I promise you’ll want to live in them all summer.
Vanesa Vinhas Jumpsuit– Made slowly in Portugal using sustainable organic cotton twill.
Pala Sunglasses– Made of cellulose acetate and steel.
Coola Sunscreen– Made with 70% organic ingredients. It’s also reef friendly.
Muun Bag– Made in Ghana with traditional craft techniques.
Sanuk Sandals– Made with recycled yoga mats.
Melissa Joy Manning Earrings– Made in an eco-friendly facility using recycled metal.
Lola Hats Hat– Made using traditional techniques.
Relevee Earrings– Made with recycled silver by Indian women who have overcome gender violence and discrimination.
Shwood Sunglasses– Made using recycled plastic.
Nick Fouquet Hat– Made with sustainably sources Beaver fur. This means the beavers are treated well. Not killed. The fur is combed and sheds naturally.
Eleven Six Jumpsuit– Sustainably made by women artisans in Peru and Bolivia and produced sustainably in China.
Carla Colour Sunglasses– Made with zyl acetate that comes from cotton.
Melissa Joy Manning Earrings– Made with recycled materials.
Apiece Apart Jumpsuit– Made with natural linen in the U.S.
Clyde Hat– Made in small batches in the brand’s studio.
Urban Originals Bag– Made with vegan leather.
Laiik Sandals– Handcrafted in Athens using vegetable-tanned leather.
No. 13 Necklace– Made using recycled metals and sustainably sourced reindeer horn.
Wear Panda Sunglasses– Made with sustainable bamboo and bio-acetate.
A Perfect Nomad Jumpsuit– Made ethically with GOTS certified organic cotton.
Janessa Leone Hat– Made using ethically sourced wool in an employee-owned factory.
Ancient Greek Sandals– Made in Greece using traditional techniques and vachetta tanned leather.
Agmes Earrings– Made using recycled silver.
Ace & Jig Jumpsuit– Made in the U.S. using natural linen.
Maria Maleta Bag– Made slowly in Portugal.