Everlane Sweatshirt: My first Everlane purchase was this sweater from my fall boots post. The company believes in radical transparency and partners with ethical factories around the world. I plan to add more Everlane items to my closet and this sweatshirt is perfect.
Allbirds Sneakers: Jeff has been wearing Allbirds sneakers for some time now. The company uses plastic bottles for its laces and its packaging is made up of 90% post recycled materials.
Alternative Eco Fleece Sweat pants: Alternative Apparel designs clothes with sustainable and eco-friendly practices. The company also tries to incorporate organic and recycled materials when they can.
Outdoor Voices Leggings: I just listened to the podcast, This Second Life, and the OV founder shared her entrepreneurial journey. She loved growing up in Colorado and wanted outdoor movement to be central to someone’s day. The company’s goal is to be your recreational resource and sustainability invests in the business for the greatest global impact. Get 20% off your first purchase here.
Chantecaille Conservation Lip + Cheek Set: This gorgeous beauty brand supports conservation efforts for endangered animals. This lip and cheek set helps the elephants!
Reformation Dress: Reformation is leading the way in sustainable fashion. The company delivers a sustainability report, works to offset its carbon footprint, provides full benefits to the entire workforce, and hands out metro cards to the HQ employees to promote the use of public transportation.
Compost Bin: This is actually on my wishlist this year. I really want to amp up my composting in 2020. It kills me how much food scraps go into the garbage each day.
Feed Tote Bag: This Classic has been around for years. Carry your groceries home knowing that you helped feed hungry children. You can get this tote on Amazon.
Warby Parker Sunglasses: Another one of Jeff’s favorites. For every pair of glasses purchased, WP donates a pair through their Buy a Pair Give a Pair program.
101 Ways to Go Zero Waste Book: There are always ways we can improve our eco efforts. Read all about ways to reduce, reuse and recycle with this book.
Athleta Puffer Coat: Another b-Corp on the list! Athleta is working hard to meet its sustainability goals and you can see how they are tracking on their site. Everything from diverting waste from landfills, reducing water usage, and using sustainable fibers in its workout gear.
Beautycounter Countertime Regimen: You’ve bear me praise Beautycounter before! Not only does the company advocate for safer consumer products, it is working on improving the sustainability of its product line. The Countertime routine is made of glass, which is easier to recycle than plastic.
Patagonia Luna Frost Jacket: For over 40 years this b-Corp has donated to environmental groups and causes. It also works along the supply chain to ensure safe and fair practices.