With summer coming to an end in a few weeks, we’ll start seeing more knits and layers.
We’ve found the best sweaters you can buy that are made of 100% organic fabric. No acrylic or polyester! From cotton, cashmere and wool; here are brands that will we keep you warm and eco chic for fall.
These sweaters from Organic by John Patrick are a cozy all natural blend of 90% Superfine Merino, 10% Cashmere.
Organic by John Patrick doesn’t ask either/or. It answers both/and. Beauty and ethics. Green and global. These aren’t binaries of opposition, they’re gradients of possible. Prioritizing organic materials, fair labor practices, and ecological awareness, Organic’s supply chain is a prototype that refines and renders those relationships.
100% cotton sweaters from PeopleTree
People Tree is recognised by customers and the fashion industry as a pioneer in ethical and environmentally sustainable fashion. For over 25 years, People Tree has partnered with Fair Trade producers, garment workers, artisans and farmers in the developing world to produce ethical and eco fashion collections. Fair Trade is about creating a new way of doing business; creating access to markets and opportunities for people who live in the developing world.
Linen, cotton, tencel and merino blend sweaters
EILEEN FISHER, INC. is an American women’s clothing retailer. Great design is at the heart of EILEEN FISHER clothing. It is an idea brought to life through clean lines, simple shapes, and sensual fabrics. It strives to balance the timeless with the modern, function with beauty. It is an organic system, always evolving, changing, building upon what’s come before. Great design is clothing in context, made to fit both our bodies and our lives.
Organic cotton and hemp sweaters
Braintree is an ethical fashion company producing beautiful, timeless, eco clothing in hemp, organic cotton & bamboo since 1995. #ThoughtfulClothing
Organic cotton lightweight pullover
Real people make your clothing. Pact cares about the process and the people who are a part of it — from the farmer planting the seed to the seamster sewing the final stitch. Their clothing is sweatshop free, ethically produced, and part of a movement transforming the way apparel is made. Pacts cut + sew factories are top tier in environmental and social standards. They only partner with factories that treat workers well and compensate them well, too, so their families and communities can thrive.