Blazer Season: 15 Sustainable Options for Fall

Blazer Season: 15 Sustainable Options for Fall

You know it’s fall when blazers start popping up everywhere. What better way to kick summer to the curb than embracing the cooler temperatures and more buttoned-up style? Whether paired casually with jeans or matched to some trousers these 15+ sustainable fall blazers will take you around the season in style.


Ash & Rose Collection $89.99

Produced on Cape Cod using reclaimed materials. Everything is made slowly and is not produced in mass quantities.

Komodo $99

Clean styles, simple silhouettes. Komodo is crafted by artisans in eco factories that are also fair trade.

Hanita $85

Made with Tencel in Italy. Which is produced in an almost zero waste, closed loop system.

High Street

Ji Won Choi $186

The Ji Won Choi x Yooxygen collaboration is inspired by our overconsumption. The pieces are designed to last and be versatile so you get the most out of them.

Everlane $135

The fabric is GoWeave wool that’s spun in Italy. The jacket is then produced in an ethical factory in Vietnam. This particular factory works with Better Work, a program that tries to make the fashion supply chain more transparent. Definitely check them out.

Eileen Fisher $131

Another tencel blazer! Tencel is made with responsibly harvested trees and recycles all the solvents and water used to produce the fabric.

Amour Vert $148

Tailored but laidback at the same time. This Amour Vert Jacket is a combination of modal and organic cotton. It’s also produced in California.

Kowtow $139

Made with GOTS certified organic cotton and the buttons are recycled hemp. Kowtow also produces its collections in fair trade certified factories.


Reformation $248

This blazer uses reclaimed fabric! Saving waste from landfills one blazer at a time. Designed and produced in L.A.

Theory $395

This blazer is part of Theory’s good wool line. The wool is 100% traceable from Australia and is also responsibly milled.

M.i.h Jeans $445

This year M.i.h Jeans plans to have at least 50% of their cotton sourced from sustainable sources and they are introducing all recycled cashmere. The blazer is cotton, and the production is ethical.

Mara Hoffman $325

Made with sustainable linen, using eco-friendly practices. I know the blazer is white and that might not be “season” appropriate, but I think it is a great counterbalance to all those darker colors fall styles bring out.

Victoria Road $295

Houndstooth! A print that lies in that sweet spot between timeless and trendy. Victoria Road is a Fair grade federation member and their supply chain is inclusive, they work with Pakistani artisans.


Giuliva Heritage $1705

Slow and steady wins the race. This brand started out with six pieces and has since expanded to a full collection. They produce their collection sustainably in Italy and focus on natural materials.

Germanier $2347

I love seeing all these new graduate sustainable designers! Kevin Germanier graduated from Central Saint Martins and focuses his brand on eco-chic. This jacket is made with organic cotton twill and the embellishments are all upcycled.

Blazé Milano $1449

This eco-friendly capsule piece is the result of a collaboration between Blazé Milano and Arizona Muse. The fabric is organic wool and it was produced in Italy.

Zero + Maria Cornejo $895

Female owned and operated. Zero + Maria Cornejo is produced in NYC and uses lots of sustainable materials like the eco-viscose used in this blazer.

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