Feeling Floral: 10 Sustainable Dresses for $100 or Less

Feeling Floral: 10 Sustainable Dresses for $100 or Less

Are you feeling floral yet. Below are 10 sustainably made dresses with fun and flirty florals perfect for spring. Let me know your favorite in the comments below!

Ash & Rose Collection

This dress is from the Ash & Rose Collection. The dress is a pattern of flowers and feathers and is made by hand on Cape Cod. Nea Savoca makes everything herself and sources antique and vintage fabrics which keeps the prices down.

Thought Fashion

Bright and beautiful is how we should all embrace the spring season. This dress is from Thought Fashion and is made using natural materials like bamboo, cotton, tencel, and hemp and is made in an ethical factory that Thought Clothing has a longstanding relationship with located in China.

Mata Traders

This dress is from Mata Traders it’s produced in an artisan cooperative that works to end the cycle of poverty for cooperative members and their families. The fabric is 100% cotton.

Ecovibe Apparel

Florals that are perfect for the office. Ecovibe Apparel is designed in Portland and works with natural and eco-friendly materials. They take time in design and consider where everything comes from and how it is made. They are also a part of 1% for the Planet.


Wrap yourself up in something breathable with this kimono dress from Symbology. It’s perfect for day or night and made with traditional block printing by ethically employed artisans in Rajasthan, India.

Passion Lilie

Design in New Orleans and put together by the amazing skills of fair trade artisans in India. The dress is made with organic cotton jersey and the print is hand blocked with eco-friendly dyes.

Kas New York

Pretty in pink! This dress has a boho feel and is from Kas New York. It’s made by fairly paid workers who also receive skills training through the Equal Employment and Training Program Kas New York runs for the woman who work for them.


Match the little daisies popping up out of the ground with the Inga Dress from Reformation in timely oopsie daisy. It’s made with tencel and lyocell with sustainable production in L.A.


Zero waste and perfect for spring. This dress from Tonle is a flattering wrap style and is made with remnant cotton jersey. Tonle sources their scraps from mass producing manufacturers who produce lots of waste and would have sent their waste to the landfill.

People Tree

This dress is from People Tree’s fall line, but the fun and funky floral can definitely be worn in Spring. It’s made in Bangladesh. People Tree has been partnering with fair trade producers there for over 27 years. They use nature and sustainably sourced materials with artisan craftwork.

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