5 Sustainably Lux Looks for the Professional Woman

5 Sustainably Lux Looks for the Professional Woman

For the next several series I’m trying something a little new! I’ll be breaking some of the outfits into different price categories to help everyone find sustainable inspiration in their budget range. This first one is work looks. I’ve filled it with sweaters, warm things, color, and boot and heel options. Let me know your favorite in the comments below.

5 Sustainably Lux Looks for the Professional Woman

Veerah Heels– Made with vegan materials and apple leather.

Tome Skirt– Tome has a transparent ethical supply chain. They produce in NYC and they try to source local and sustainable materials.

Pippa Small Earrings– Ethically sourced gold and jewels. Pippa Small also works with artisan groups around the world to craft her jewelry ethically.

Niko Inniko Bag– Made ethically with vegan PU.

Kjaer Weis Lipstick– Organic ingredients and refillable packaging.

M.i.h Jeans Sweater– Made with merino wool, M.i.h Jeans now has a 10-year sustainability plan to improve their supply chain and sourcing.

5 Sustainably Lux Looks for the Professional Woman

Tense Watch– Classy and customizable. This watch is made with recycled wood.

Mali + Lili Bag– Made with vegan materials.

Ryan Roche Cardigan– Made with low impact production and cashmere made by Nepali artisans.

Ace & Jig Dress– Materials hand woven by traditional Indian artisans.

Gabriela Hearst Boots– Made ethically in Italy, Gabriela Hearst will also be plastic free by 2019.

Carla Colour Sunglasses– Made with sustainable zyl acetate.

Meadowlark Earrings– Made with ethically sourced freshwater pearls.

5 Sustainably Lux Looks for the Professional Woman

Theory Pants– Made ethically in Italy. Theory is also dabbling in transparent sourcing with their good wool collection.

Maypol Boots– Handcrafted by artisans in Caravaca de la Cruz, Spain.

Remi/Reid Bag– Made ethically with synthetic suede and PU.

Luks Linen Scarf– Ethically made with hand-loomed Turkish cotton.

Shwood Sunglasses– Made with sustainably harvested wood.

Pamela Love Earrings– Handmade in Pamela’s NYC studio with sustainable materials like recycled sterling silver.

Touch Me Top– Made to last with ethically sourced materials.


Osklen Cardigan– An eco-friendly label from Brazil, this cardigan is made with linen, flax, and eco polyester.

Zero + Maria Cornejo Dress– Run by women and produced in NYC’s garment district.

Swedish Stockings– Made with recycled 40 denier yarn.

Antonello Bag– Made ethically with recycled cotton and locally sourced wool.

Nemanti Boots– Eco-friendly vegan PU and apple-derived leather make up these boots.

Melissa Joy Manning Earrings– Made with sustainable materials like recycled gold and silver.

Pala Eyewear

5 Sustainably Lux Looks for the Professional Woman

Nine to Five Shoes– Made in Portugal with vegetable tanned leather.

Port Zienna Skirt– Made with sustainable fabrics and produced by ethically paid artisans.

Luxtra Bag– Made with responsibly sourced and naturally dyed leather.

Denis Colomb Shawl– Made by artisans in Nepal.

Melissa Joy Manning Earrings– Made in Melissa’s eco-certified facility.

Mother of Pearl shirt– Sustainably made with organic cotton.

  • Beth Deyo
    Posted at 12:53h, 06 November Reply

    These outfits are all adorable! Nice that they’re sustainable as well.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 13:10h, 06 November Reply

    Beautiful style! I need help with fashion and I love this post!

  • Modern Moms Club
    Posted at 15:58h, 06 November Reply

    Great looks! I love how professionalism is getting super stylish opposed to the normal gray and black pants suit.

  • Kelly
    Posted at 17:21h, 06 November Reply

    I love these items! I work from home now so I do miss getting dressed up to go work in the office.

  • momelite2
    Posted at 10:25h, 07 November Reply

    I love any looks with long boots and cardigans. So cozy!

  • With Love Moni
    Posted at 11:09h, 07 November Reply

    Wow, this is lovely, just awesome. Everything is perfect, your review, the outfit. you look lovely too.

  • Luna S
    Posted at 14:55h, 07 November Reply

    Great looks, I really like the Tome Skirt.

  • amayszingblogs
    Posted at 22:28h, 07 November Reply

    Love of these outfits so beautiful and fashionable.

  • Lauren
    Posted at 23:43h, 07 November Reply

    I love every single one of these outfits and I love all of the accessories as well! Thank you for sharing! I can always use fashion help!!

  • Carol Mitchao
    Posted at 08:46h, 08 November Reply

    These are awesome outfit ideas I’m just sad I work from home lol and it’ll be weird to wear this

  • tpokornacz
    Posted at 09:33h, 08 November Reply

    I really love the idea of a long skirt but I never know how to style it properly, I always think I look like a weirdo 😀

  • Jeferson Beluso
    Posted at 16:17h, 08 November Reply

    A responsible fashion or sensible fashion is really the trend….. I hope they would come up with something for men……

  • calymonreal.com
    Posted at 16:29h, 08 November Reply

    I’m trying to be more aware of my purchases and thank you for sharing different ethical brands i hadn’t heard of until now!

  • stillatyro
    Posted at 10:47h, 09 November Reply

    I love each of the looks. Specially the boots! Along with sustainable, are they budget friendly ?

  • Ellen
    Posted at 10:22h, 10 November Reply

    Love the outfits especially the sweaters and heels!

  • TheKitchenDoc
    Posted at 14:08h, 12 November Reply

    Love it. Pinned your post fro later to help me.

  • blair villanueva
    Posted at 23:00h, 12 November Reply

    I like your picks here. For me, having a reliable coat or blazer saves a lot of time and look.

  • Coleccion De Fotografia
    Posted at 00:24h, 14 November Reply

    Oh goodness, fabulous collection. Your top picks are awesome. I really love them.

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