Fall Fair-Fashion Staples

Cozy Layers, Sustainably-Made

For us it’s equally important to love how we look and feel in something. We consider fit, fabric, and how something was made. To truly feel good about styling ourselves, that means child and sweatshop free labor, and more sustainable production methods and fabrics.

We are also increasingly aware of the impact that throw-away fashion has on our eco-system. Here are some of our favorite styles for the Fall to help you feel stylish through an ethical, minimalist approach.

Sustainable & Eco-friendly Hats from Groceries Apparel & People Tree

1. Accessorize with hats. This is an inexpensive, and minimal way to update your Fall look. We have a sustainable, sweat-shop free selection from Groceries Apparel and People Tree to keep you warm and on trend this season. I still have hats I bought ten years ago for which I still receive compliments.

Super versatile soft blush turtleneck

2. Capsule sweaters. Choose styles that are fashionable without being too trendy. We love the selection from Nation LTD and People Tree. Our pieces from Nation LTD are flattering neutrals that will look amazing with a variety of looks, from jeans to a pencil skirt, and everything in between.

Grey Shawl-Collar Cardigan

3. Layer with cardigans. The perfect piece to add warmth and a touch of your personal style. We have chosen updated classics so that you feel fashionably relevant today and for seasons to come.

Organic Cotton Jumpsuit for Day to Night.

4. Styles that transition from desk-to-drinks. Do more with less. Select versatile pieces that style up and down seamlessly. We are loving jumpsuits this season, like this green v-neck culotte style jumpsuit by People Tree. Wear to work with a camisole underneath and loafers, transition to night with a simply pair of sleek high heels.

Written by Candice Collison, owner of Mod + Ethico

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