5 Sustainable Minimalist Looks for Spring

5 Sustainable Minimalist Looks for Spring

Minimalism is all about the thought process. Whether in life or in fashion minimalism encourages you to slow down and simplify. It pairs so well with a sustainable mindset because it’s all about simplifying and considering your actions. Considering the well being of the people who made your clothes. Considering why you are plagued with wardrobe decision fatigue.
The minimalist look is what you think about on Instagram and Pinterest. A neutral color palette full of functional clothing that fits well and effortlessly at the same time. It’s the clothing style you might image people in an IKEA catalog would wear. The style is as simple to wear as it sounds and can be upgraded and downgraded super easily based on your makeup, hairstyle, and accessories.
This collection of outfits has mainly black and neutral color palette and tries to make a minimalist look for many an occasion. The brands are many I’ve used before and the fabrics are breathable and ethical.
Surprise! This first actually features something not released yet. The Good Krama dress is a part of their upcoming summer collection. It’s versatile and great for many different forums. Also, you know the dress is made with all the sustainable and ethical practices that you expect from Good Krama.

Pure Collection shrug
Made of Mongolian cashmere that is sustainably sourced and Pure Collection works with herders to implement the best sustainable practices.
Bhava Studio pumps
Made with cork and vegan Italian leather with AZO-free dye.
Cuyana Bag
Made by Italian artisans with supreme Italian craftsmanship. Make sure to check lean closet when you buy to help recycle your old clothes responsibly.
Article 22 earrings
Made with peace-bomb scrap metal that comes from Vietnam War era bombs, and military parts. It’s made by artisans in Laos and a portion of the proceeds go to clearing landmines in Laos.
Bar Jewellery Bracelet
Made with recycled sterling silver and ethical and sustainable practices.
Proof Eyewear Sunglasses
Made of recycled aluminum and sustainably sourced wood.
Rakha skirt
Made with eco-friendly cupro and viscose by fair wage partners.
Proof Eyewear Sunglasses
Same recycled aluminum and sustainably sourced wood as above, different look.
Hexa Shoes
Made with vegan Japanese eco fibers.
EcoVibe Apparel top
Made with viscose from tree pulp and produced ethically in the U.S.
Apolis Market Bag
Made ethically from jute fibers and vegetable tanned leather.
 Blond Gone Rouge Shorts and Jacket
Made sustainably with end of roll cotton.
PB0110 purse
Made ethically in Germany with vegetable tanned leather.
Matt & Nat sunglasses
Ethically made in China.
Fortress of Inca- CARMEN
Made with locally sourced, Peruvian vegetable tanned leather, in a fair and ethical factory. The shoes are also fairly priced so you are not paying an undeserved arm and leg.
Sustainably made with silk.
Organic by John Patrick tee
Made with organic cotton and a transparent supply chain.
Tome trousers
Made ethically in the U.S. with locally sourced cotton.
Nine to Five sandals
Made with sustainably sourced vegetable tanned leather in an ethical factory in Portugal.
Stowe Circle Bag
Crafted in Spain with vegetable tanned leather.
Neola Earrings
Made with gold vermeil and black onyx. The earrings are handmade and produced ethically according to strict fair trade standards.
Monokel sunglasses
Made with ethical practices and sustainably recycled acetate.
Study NY dress
Made in NYC with organic cotton.
Made with locally sourced Spanish leather in an ethical, family-owned Spanish factory.
Future Glory purse
Made locally in San Fransico using vegetable-tanned leather.
Proof Eyewear Sunglasses
Still, proof that recycled metal and bamboo stalks look pretty good together.
Made in the U.K. using sustainable processes and ethically sourced wool.
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