Photo via KEEN
Photo via KEEN

EVERYDAY

Changing the Sustainable Fashion Landscape for Earth Day

Earth Day is a time to take giant leaps to create change in the fashion industry. Here are some epic brands changing the sustainable fashion landscape; because living in a sustainable world is a process we’re so here for. Shop these looks to show a little extra love to the Earth today.

Kapok Blend Oxford Long Sleeve Dress from MUJI

MUJI
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This easy-to-wear dress from MUJI is a fan favourite for spring. The fabric is a blend of organic cotton and kapok, making it uniquely sustainable while resting easily on our shoulders with its lightweight fabrics. There’s a sweet softness to the dress that we’ve fallen in love with. 

MUJI is revolutionizing the way they create clothes by using a fibre harvested from kapok nuts. This material has minimal environmental impact and can be cultivated with little fertilizer and water without pesticides. 

Recycling Program from Bota Undergarments

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Bota Undergarments, a new sustainable, size-inclusive, underwear brand based in Calgary, is launching an underwear recycling program with the release of their new Top Drawer Detox Kit. This is a first of its kind program in Canada and allows you to dispose of your unwanted unmentionables in a way that is better for the planet and keeps them out of the landfill. Shop their sustainable, organic cotton underwear today.

Dalmatian Dot Print on Light Pink Rain Hooded Rain Coat from Miles the Label

Photo via Miles the Label
Photo via Miles the Label

Miles the Label has a new bright and playful sustainably-made raincoat perfect for the school run. Made with 100% recycled polyurethane, 100% recycled polyester, and a 100% organic cotton lining, your child will love their new conscious raincoat.

This lovely pink raincoat is designed to keep all the warmth in and the cold out; with elasticated cuffs, a high neckline and a snap button zip cover. The hooded jacket is finished with two pockets to keep keepsakes and smaller items dry.

Bees Print on Honey Peplum & Shorts Set from Petit Lem

Photo via Petit Lem
Photo via Petit Lem

This adorably practical outfit set features a smock top and coordinating bubble shorts. Made from organic cotton jersey, it’s flexible and comfortable for all-day wear while out and about with the family. The top uses Petit Lem’s all-over ‘honeybees’ print and has buttons at the back to make dressing on chilly mornings quick and easy. The black shorts have a comfortable, elasticated waistband and legs to create that fun and freeing bubble fit. 

Women's Elle Backstrap Sandal from KEEN

Photo via KEEN
Photo via KEEN

KEEN’s all-summer sandal features a fun stretchy straps made from 100% recycled plastic bottles and a jute-infused outsole for less rubber usage. Designed with you in mind, the sandal was created with an EVA insole with arch support for all day comfort. Whether you’re strolling along the beach or spending the day at the park, your toes will love you when in these sandals.

Bang Bag from Tiger of Sweden

Photo via Tiger of Sweden
Tiger of Sweden’s Bang bag is their signature backpack designed in Italian sourced materials of smooth calf leather and thick woven linen. This backpack is soft yet structured and offers excellent functionality with its inner pocket that is large enough to house a laptop. A zipped top lid in taupe leather features an adjustable strap that doubles as a handle, allowing the backpack to be worn as a tote.

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