Have you heard? Wearth London has *finally* launched their fashion department! Sourcing from sustainable brands and designers, the online marketplace is quickly becoming my new favourite place to browse for clothes too…
If you haven’t heard of Wearth before, now’s the time to add it to your bookmarks! The site is the perfect place to shop when looking for eco-friendly products, covering everything from furniture (as I noted in my ethical homeware guide) through to jewellery.
You can also shop by your values, with products grouped by their principles: plastic-free, vegan, organic, recycled, etc.
Today though, I’m here to model a few new pieces from Wearth’s fashion range. You know, because I’m Wearth it…
Sustainable, Empowered Style
When it comes to fashion, I’m picky. I like to know who made my clothes, I like to see a transparent supply chain, and I like to know the materials were low-impact. Fortunately, Wearth gives all this information and more within its sustainable fashion section.
Take this outfit for example. Here I’m wearing The Amora Dress in Black by Before July, and the charming Gold Star Ring by Nouare Jewellery. Both of these pieces were made to order, meaning there’s no wasted stock unlike traditional fast fashion processes.
And it gets better. Before July is a slow fashion brand that creates just two collections per year, with all pieces handmade by British designer Elisa Jaycott. This dress here is akin to dresses I usually covet from Reformation, but it comes with the added benefit of knowing who made it, that it was made locally, and with 100% cotton – meaning it can be recycled at the end of its lifespan too.
As for the ring, I have Marie B. at Nouare Jewellery to thank – she designed and made this ring using recycled silver and gold plating in her studio in Brighton. It feels good to wear clothes made by fellow female founders!
My Top Picks on Wearth London
And these are just two of the many beautiful gems on Wearth London’s site. It was great to get to know a few new, independent sustainable brands, and also see familiar faces such as Sabinna, Votch, and Waves on the site.
So, to celebrate the launch, I’ve curated the below carousel with my favourite picks from the site. I stayed within my typical minimalist style, but there’s plenty to explore, from a lilac version of this dress, through to printed tees and recycled sunglasses. Oh, and not to forget: there’s also menswear and unisex items on the site!
And if you’re interested in the backstory and composition of each product, you only have to check the detailed descriptions on Wearth’s site. They’ve done a brilliant job in making all key information clear!