Sustainable Work from Home Attire You’ll Love

May 18, 2020

Ready to take your work from home attire a step beyond sweatpants? Fret not: there are plenty of stylish, sustainable work from home options to choose from. Below, a few of our favorite fashionable, sustainable brands and organizations - and what to look for when shopping online for loungewear.

Every Mother Counts

Founded by supermodel Christy Turlington Burns, Every Mother Counts works to make pregnancy and childbirth safer for women around the world. EMC is known for its stylish collaborations with chic brands like Lingua Franca, Clare V, and Ingrid & Isabel. If you love Insta-friendly fashion, EMC is right up your alley!

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DoneGood curates clothing from companies dedicated to fighting poverty, climate change, and other social good causes. With more than 200 brands to choose from, it’s an easy way to see all kinds of chic options in one place without poring over every corner of the internet.

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Eileen Fisher 

Eileen Fisher paved the way toward a more sustainable fashion industry long before any of her peers. Her timeless, sustainable designs are perfect for feeling polished during a low-key day of virtual meetings.

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Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney is known among the fashion world for a deep dedication to environmental sustainability. While Stella attire is often thought of as an out-and-about look, the brand also offers a whole host of stylish business casual pieces that are perfect for working from your couch.

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If comfort is the name of your work-from-home game, turn to Joyya to stock up on stylish, sustainably made t-shirts that will level up your lounge routine. Joyya employs survivors of human trafficking in India who bring skill and passion to each piece they create, and their tees are made of fair trade organic cotton.

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Conscious Step

No work-from-home outfit is complete without cozy feet! Each pair of organic cotton socks you purchase from Conscious Step helps build a better world by supporting initiatives like fighting poverty, protecting the planet, or funding breast cancer research.

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White Field Farm

Once you’re dressed, don’t forget to set the home office mood with some vibey candles! White Field Farm employs female survivors of human trafficking who whip up candles and self-care products made with love.

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See a brand you love and want to gauge whether it’s right for you?Here are a few social good initiatives to look for in a brand - if the company offers even one of these, you’re definitely on the right track.

  • Transparency in supply chains
  • Zero waste production facilities
  • Low environmental impact production processes
  • Vegan leather and other eco-friendly materials

We can all build a better world - even from our couches!

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