Ethical Fashion Alternatives for SS16

Question: What do you do when you love fashion, and you love trends, but you’re committed to shopping ethically and sustainably?

Answer: You scour the web for products made fairly and made ethically that just happen to be completely on trend, and add them to rather lovely Pinterest board.

Then you write an article so other ethical fashion shoppers know where to look.

So, here are my picks of ethical fashion alternatives for four SS16 trends.

The incredible earrings featured in this image are from Palomita Jewellery Рvisit their Etsy shop here.

Find out the sustainable, ethical alternatives for four key womenswear trends for SS16.


The sportswear aesthetic is still very strong, probably because it’s very comfortable and practical (unlike a whole lot of other trends).

Although a class pair of adidas stripes look great, the company isn’t well-rated when it comes to ethical production.

Here are some alternatives (in timeless black).


This trend is inspired by Gucci and other designers who used acid colours and clashing patterns on the SS16 catwalk.


Some things about the 90s I wish were left back in the past (scrunchies, for example). Other trends, like casual dressing and grunge styling, I’m happy to see renewed and revamped with spring colours.


An accessories trend exemplified by Gucci but popular on high street shows too: big, bold, over-the-top and mismatched earrings.


Thanks for reading. Have you spotted any more ethical fashions that fit in with this season’s trends? Let me know on Twitter!


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