5 Sustainable & Affordable Professional Looks for Fall

5 Sustainable & Affordable Professional Looks for Fall

The co- series to professional luxury looks for fall. This series the outfits are filled with products that all come in under $60 dollars. I know that kind of seems insane but it’s true. The price is right next to each product. I found most of these items on sale so I can’t guarantee how long they will be around.


Reformation Top($48)- Made sustainably in L.A. with tencel.

JBU Boots ($44)- Made with vegan-friendly materials like faux suede.

Labante London Bag ($54)- Made with vegan PU and recycled lining.

Deepa Gurnani Earrings ($58)- Handcrafted in India using traditional embroidery techniques.

People Tree Pants ($55)- Fairtrade certified production and tencel fabric.


Ilia Beauty Mascara ($26)- Made with ethically and sustainably sourced pure and organic ingredients.

Matt and Nat Heels($53) & Bag($51)- Made ethically with all vegan materials and sustainable materials like recycled water bottles.

Soko Earrings– Made by artisans in Kenya who earn a fair wage.

Synergy Organic Dress– Made ethically in Nepal with organic cotton and low impact dyes.

Thought Clothing Trench($59)- Made with GOTS certified organic cotton by fairly paid workers in China.

Swedish Stockings ($40)- Made with recycled yarn.


Urban Renewal Top ($49)- Made with upcycled acrylic wool.

Kora Organics Oil ($33)- Made with tomato fruit, bamboo extracts, and other certified organic ingredients.

JBU Boots ($44)- Vegan-friendly materials like faux suede and faux leather.

Dannijo Hairtie ($48)- Handmade with cotton in NYC.

Opuline Earrings ($48)- Handmade by artisans who earn a sustainable income.

LPA Pants ($44)- Made with a polyester mix and tencel.

Natural Collection Jacket ($39)- Handmade in India by Fair Trade producers.

The Global Trunk Bag ($36)- Made by artisans in Guatemala and Mexico who work with non-profits and Fair Trade cooperatives. The Global Trunk aims to create opportunities for the indigenous community in these regions.

Antonym Cosmetics Palette($39)-  Made with certified organic ingredients.


Acephala Sweater ($42)- Made of Portuguese organic cotton jersey.

Juice Beauty Toner ($30)- Made with clean, certified organic, and cruelty-free ingredients.

Henne Organics Lipstick– Paraben, sulfate, and animal testing free and made with organic ingredients.

Blue Planet Eyewear ($29)- Made with recycled plastic and bamboo.

Beaumont Organic Skirt ($40)- Made ethically with organic cotton.

Etnica Flats ($39)- Made with organic cotton canvas and FSC certified rubber.

Shicato Earrings ($39)- Handcrafted by female artisans in Ecuador using the Tagua nut.

Pachamama Vest ($41)- Made with fair trade practices in Nepal.

Prana Tote($48)- Made with vegetable tanned leather and organic cotton.


By Signe Turtleneck ($28)- Handmade in Denmark with sustainable sourcing in mind.

BC Footwear Boots ($44)- Made with vegan materials.

Swedish Stockings($30)- Made with recycled 40 denier yarn.

Ecovibe Apparel Cardigan ($48)- Made ethically in Portland.

Kas New York Skirt ($50)- Made with fair trade production in India.

Melie Bianco Bag($40)- Made ethically with vegan materials.

Soko Earrings ($32)- Fairtrade craftsmanship.

  • Beth
    Posted at 11:34h, 11 November Reply

    These outfits are all gorgeous, perfect for Fall. I didn’t even know “sustainable outfits” was a thing. Thanks for sharing!

  • Andrea Warren
    Posted at 11:53h, 11 November Reply

    I love everyone of these outfits! The booties are super cute and I learned that there’s such a thing called “sustainable outfits.” Very cool

  • Neil Alvin Nicerio
    Posted at 16:59h, 11 November Reply

    Great outfits. Sadly moat of these are not suitable in the Philippines.

  • experiencingtheglobe
    Posted at 06:13h, 12 November Reply

    I love the concept of sustainable outfits! And your use of color is great!

  • Mane
    Posted at 10:09h, 12 November Reply

    I love all the combinations especially the synergy organic dress. Perfect for fall!

  • tennismom miami
    Posted at 13:14h, 12 November Reply

    Very cool that they are all sustainable, they look great too!

  • Gladys Parker
    Posted at 17:52h, 12 November Reply

    There are so many items I would love to own and wear! The Natural Collection Jacket ($39)- Handmade in India by Fair Trade producers is by far my favorite!

  • Marcie
    Posted at 23:23h, 12 November Reply

    That blue trench coat is to die for! What a classic jacket that’s super versatile for fall or spring! Love it!

  • Non Stop Family
    Posted at 07:27h, 13 November Reply

    It’s so good the idias that suports sustainable outfits. You have a great taste and, i just love the colours you choose, perfect for the fall.

  • hazl🌼
    Posted at 07:57h, 13 November Reply

    Wonderful collection! 😍 they look so fashionable. Love the boots most of all! Thanks for sharing 🤗💖

  • aisasami
    Posted at 08:26h, 13 November Reply

    Each outfit is so beutiful that I can’t choose my favorite. I want to wear each one!

  • With Love Moni
    Posted at 09:08h, 13 November Reply

    Wow, this is lovely, just awesome. Everything is perfect, your review, the outfits.

  • Scott Gombar
    Posted at 11:09h, 13 November Reply

    Some great looking and professional outfits that you shared. My wife would love them. I will share with her.

  • Razena
    Posted at 12:22h, 13 November Reply

    I love the Deepa Gurnani Earrings and the Synergy organic dress. It is truly amazing how far we have come in 25 years that there are so many sustainable and affordable ranges available.

  • Joanna
    Posted at 13:52h, 13 November Reply

    This is a great collection of sustainable clothes. I have to admit that I don’t look at the label very often but even so, I never buy any fabric that comes from an animal, so no leather and no fur.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 17:28h, 13 November Reply

    These looks are all classy/classic yet trendy. I can see myself mix and matching from what you picked here.

  • Ellie Plummer
    Posted at 17:49h, 13 November Reply

    I’ve been trying to create a more sustainable wardrobe and I really love your style.

  • Annabel Okeya
    Posted at 18:48h, 13 November Reply

    I love how you styled the outfits. I’m a big fan of reds and browns in the fall.

  • Surekha Busa
    Posted at 23:27h, 13 November Reply

    I love everything about these outfits. They are all gorgeous looks comfortable to wear.

  • Kate
    Posted at 04:53h, 14 November Reply

    Didn’t know sustainable outfits were a thing , I try to avoid buying new clothes all the time and often swap clothes with friends . Love how you use the colours !

  • Geraline Batarra
    Posted at 06:26h, 14 November Reply

    These are gorgeous outfit to have, it less expensive and looks comfortable to wear.

  • twinspirational
    Posted at 23:23h, 14 November Reply

    These are great fall outfits! Love them all. Fall is our favorite season.

  • Megan
    Posted at 07:50h, 15 November Reply

    Wow, I REALLY appreciate this article! I’ve started keeping my eye on sustainable fashion, it’s so important. x

  • Elizabeth
    Posted at 11:19h, 15 November Reply

    Those are so pretty and i love how the match and the color together.

  • Christa Anne
    Posted at 16:35h, 15 November Reply

    These are all such fabulous finds! I think it’s a great idea to start thinking more about sustainability and ethical practices while shopping.

  • Elizabeth O
    Posted at 02:52h, 18 November Reply

    I really adore all of these affordable fall outfit look. I’m a fan of black outfits.

  • Bindu Thomas
    Posted at 01:28h, 19 November Reply

    These all looks really gorgeous! I especially like the Signe Turtleneck outfit. Great fall outfits!

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