July's LUST LIST: 13 must-haves that will make you want to shop more ethically

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July's LUST LIST: 13 must-haves that will make you want to shop more ethically


As if you needed any more excuses to shop for ethical fashion and sustainably sourced homewares, July's LUST LIST, is jam-packed with sustainable fashion brands, organic and vegan friendly products and everyday essentials that will make any life just that little bit greener. Oh and they all look awesome too.

Georgina Wilson-Powell

Mon 10 Jul 2017

Nomads organic cotton dress - LUST LIST


Cornish ethical fashion brand Nomads has just the thing for this season's dose of yellow fever. This cute pocket tunic dress (we love a pocket here at pebble) comes with a geometric style star print and it's made of soft organic cotton. You could live in this all summer.

Organic bamboo cotton bed linen from Ettitude


There's nothing better than clean sheets. Except perhaps Aussie brand Ettitude's 100% bamboo cotton linen which has been made ethically and is hypoallergenic. Now you can sleep easy indeed.

La Basketry Senegalese social enterprise homewares

La Basketry

This summer's hottest homewares trend? Brightly coloured woven baskets that will perk up any pad. We love La Basketry who employ and support female artisans in Senegal and give this ancient art a modern twist. You'll be hard pushed to buy just one.

Ethical fashion brand Cossac's blue dress


East London's Cossac make easy wearing, sustainably made dresses just perfect for a weekend away. This tent dress is made from ethical Tencel and is designed to waste less material and be worn more often (even better, it has pockets).

Kitenest Organic vegan friendly dry shampoo


Proving there's now eco-friendly solutions for every modern problem, organic wonder Kitenest has unveiled its new Dry Shampoo. It's made with clay and it's vegan friendly, cruelty-free and comes in shades for light or dark hair. We're sold.

Peep Eyewear upcycle vintage sunglasses frames

Peep Eyewear

It's not all about buying new. Peep Eyewear recycle vintage designer sunglasses frames and bestow new lenses on them. Get original cats eyes or oversized retro sunnies that have seen a thing or two.

Untold Treasures ethically sourced Colombian accessories

Untold Treasures

Untold Treasures specialises in Colombian artistry as bags. Traditional patterns are given new life by the Wayuu people, a Native American group who are amazing weavers. All of the site's South American accessories are ethically sourced.

One Gin social enterprise from one water

One Gin

One Water has gone one better and made a gin. One Gin contains nine botanicals plus sage from the Sussex distillery. Like the water, profits go towards solving the water crisis. One has so far raised 15 million to fund water projects so drink up. 

How We Soul make ethical fashion yoga leggings

How We Soul

For leggings that go one step beyond the gym, we love How We Soul. The awesome patterns are street style gold and they use EcoPoly fibers which use 70% less water, heat and energy to create than regular polyester.

Bamboo toothbrushes from Mable - ethical and non plastic


Switch your plastic toothbrush for this elegant little number from Mable. It's self-standing, made from bamboo, uses BPA free bristles and just looks the bomb. Oh and for every one you buy, one gets donated. Looks good, does good.

Dresses from Madia And Matilda, a british ethical fashion label

Madia & Matilda

An effortless dress with a short sleeves and a flattering shape for any figure is the key to a summer wardrobe. British ethical fashion brand Madia & Matilda specialise in sustainable fabrics. We love their laidback style and easy to wear shapes.

Atelier Alienor makes ethically sourced espadrilles

Atelier Alienor

French artisan shoe maker Atelier Alienor creates stunning espadrilles from sustainably sourced leather and uses using eco-friendly methods. She's passionate about putting the skill back into shoes. We're in love with this perfect shade of aquamarine, it just screams Med holiday.

Ethical biodegradable folding yoga mat from Bear and Bear

Bear and Bear

Want to do yoga on hols or away from home? We love this foldable yoga mat from Bear and Bear. It's lightweight and eco-friendly, made from biodegradable tree rubber with one food tree planted for each one sold. And you can wash it and hang it up to dry.

Want more? Check out August's LUST LIST for mid season ethical fashion delights.

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