Bring the comfort of your pajamas into the real world with a great jumpsuit that preferably has pockets. I’ve rounded up my favorite 15 from sustainable, eco-friendly, and ethical brands. Let me know your favorites in the comments below.
This jumpsuit is made in Crete and it’s one you’ll want to pack on vacation to Crete! It’s handmade by artisans who work in small workshops in rural Crete.
Comfortable yet sexy, dressy yet casual, professional yet playful. These are all great ways to describe this jumpsuit from SDress. It’s also made in Italy with eco-certified fabrics and a manufacturing process that saves on water and has been endorsed by the WWF.
Go for the ultimate double denim look with this denim jumpsuit from Reformation. It’s made Made with sustainable production from surplus denim.
Perfect for a European summer or a beautiful fall day. This Faithfull jumpsuit is made in Bali by local factories who employ ethically and produce slowly using locally sourced materials and traditional techniques like hand dyeing.
Light, organic, and perfect for a day in the sun. This jumpsuit is from Mara Hoffman. The fabric is textured organic cotton gauze. The cotton is GOTS certified and grown in India. It’s than handwoven by traditional weavers.
Stripes that manage to stay away from looking like a prison jumpsuit. This sustainable jumpsuit is from People Tree. It’s also made with GOTS Certified organic cotton that has been hand woven in Bangladesh and India. The nice thing about this jumpsuit is that the belt gives it an extra tailored look.
This jumpsuit is in a burnt orange which will really stand out in a crows. It’s made in L.A. with close to zero waste production. The jumpsuit is made to order to further cut down on waste. Fame & Partners also uses fabrics that are natural and sustainable and will biodegrade.
No one should ever have to sacrifice comfort for style and that is the key to this Symbology jumpsuit. It’s as comfortable as it is stylish. It’s made with handwoven silk and cotton and produced sustainably with eco-friendly dyes. The artisans that make the jumpsuit are paid living wages.
Luxurious with an ultra flattering cut. This jumpsuit is from Port Zienna, a brand that tries to have as small an environmental impact as possible. They use sustainable fabrics like the modal in this jumpsuit. They also have an ethical manufacturing process and closely monitor the working conditions of their team of artisans.
This jumpsuit has a resort feel that makes you want to head for the ocean. It’s from Raquel Allegra, a designer that focuses on craftsmanship. They produce everything in L.A. and use traditional hand tying and dyeing. They also support CanopyStyle a campaign that aims to protect endangered and ancient forests around the world.
Floral fun! This jumpsuit is from AMUR a sustainable luxury brand from NYC. They use sustainable and recycled fabrics and make everything in NYC. They’ve also partnered with NEST a non-profit that makes hardware in collaboration with artisans in India and Vietnam.
Business jumpsuits. This eco-friendly jumpsuit from Ecovibe Apparel is perfect for the office. Ecovibe Apparel is based in Portland and focuses on locally made ethically produced products that come from recycled and natural materials. They also donate to 1% For The Planet.
Easy yet elegant. The color of this sustainable jumpsuit from Matter Prints is amazing. The print from their collection of heritage prints that Matter Prints is reinterpreting into modern styles. They aim to make rural artisan production sustainable and each collection is slowly produced in a 6 month cycle.
Timeless style with a classic cut, this sustainable jumpsuit is from Orgotton. They practice ethical manufacturing and use certified organic fabrics in their clothing.
Summer is just around the corner and this Loup Charmant jumpsuit has me excited to go for a picnic. It’s made from lightweight organic cotton and comes in a classic neutral navy color.