5 Sustainable Minimalist Looks to Try this Fall

5 Sustainable Minimalist Looks to Try this Fall

Simple. Streamlined. Cozy. That’s what I’m thinking for minimalist fall. These looks are easy, sustainable (obviously), and follow the minimalist color palette and accessibility. But I add all the fall essentials I’m loving- cardigans, boots, sweaters, blazers, hats etc… Are you feeling minimalist fall? Let me know in the comments.


Swedish Stockings– Made with recycled 40 denier yarn.

Eileen Fisher Cardigan– Made with sustainably sourced merino wool.

Meem the Label Dress– Designed in Yorkshire and produced in the U.K.

Ulla Johnson Bag– Ethically handwoven with black rattan.

Ecovibe Apparel Boots– Made ethically in Portland with vegan PU.


Michael Stars Cardigan– Made ethically in L.A.

Shwood Sunglasses– Handcrafted in Portland.

Amour Vert Tee– Made in the U.S. with sustainable modal.

Veja sneakers– Produced in a Fair Trade factory in Brazil.

Agolde Jeans– produced sustainably in L.A.

Alienina Bag– Made with recycled cotton rope.


Sunski sunglasses– Made with recycled plastic.

Ecovibe Apparel Boots– Made ethically in Portland.

Remi+Reed Bag– ethically sourced and crafted with PU leather.

prAna Leggings– Made sustainably with nylon.

Melissa Joy Manning Earrings– Made with recycled gold.

Carvoe Dress– A Latin American creative project. They work with small-scale artisan and female-owned cooperatives.


Nemanti Boots– Made ethically and sustainably with vegan leather in Italy.

Lamini Hat– Made sustainably with baby alpaca wool.

Osklen Dress and Sunglasses– One of the first sustainable luxury brands. Osklen is based on Brazil and uses materials like organic cotton and Amazonian jute. They buy directly from indigenous populations.

Queene and Belle cardigan– Handcrafted by traditional artisans in Harwick.

Lamini Scarf– Handcrafted by Peruvian artisans.

Gabriela Hearst Skirt– Made ethically in Italy with sustainably sourced wool.

Fortress of Inca Shoes– handmade ethically in Peru with locally sourced materials.

Carcel Sweater-

Melissa Joy Manning Earrings– Handcrafted in an eco-certified facility.

Westward Leaning Sunglasses– Made with sustainable acetate in the U.S. Westward Leaning donates a portion of the proceeds to different charities.

Cesta Collective Bag– handwoven with sustainably sourced sisal.

  • Rachel Linaker
    Posted at 11:08h, 01 October Reply

    I love this post! And some gorgeous clothes too. I’m particularly liking that Meem the Label dress 😍

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  • Kyla @ A Life Adjacent
    Posted at 23:00h, 01 October Reply

    Whoever says ethical clothing isn’t stylish clearly hasn’t seen this post. Great collection of pieces here! 🙂

  • Sarah Allen
    Posted at 06:20h, 02 October Reply

    I really like these, especially the boots.

  • Addie | Old World New
    Posted at 17:03h, 02 October Reply

    These colors are the palette of my dreams! I absolutely love the first asymmetrical top. So cute!

  • Rosie (@greenrosielife)
    Posted at 10:34h, 03 October Reply

    Such a range of clothes and they all look so comfortable. I need comfortable clothes!

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