The Best Online Stores to Shop for Ethical & Sustainable Fashion Brands

Kira Simpson

Until someone opens the Myer or David Jones of Ethical Fashion, we are fairly limited to where we can shop for ethical clothing IRL.

Shopping online has it’s challenges but these stores have great pictures, size guides, customer support and a fair returns or exchange policy.

These are my top picks for places to shop online for ethical and sustainable fashion, shoes, bags and accessories.

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We Dash Love

What they sell: A slow fashion marketplace for guys and girls.

Why we love them: They have a great range of Aussie brands including some of our faves, Straw The Label and All The Wild Roses.

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Orange Oranges

What they sell: A mecca for vegan shoes and bags.

Why we love them: So many Matt & Nat vegan bags!

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What they sell: Monochrome ethical fashion from Australian designers.

Why we love them: The beautifully styled photos show you how to put an outfit together using everything available in their store.

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What they sell: A one stop shop for clothing, accessories and beauty.

Why we love them: Super fast postage and incredible customer service. I purchased a shirt from them which was out of stock so they sourced one direct from the brand for me.

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Well Made Clothes

What they sell: Clothes, shoes and accessories with completely transparent supply chains.

Why we love them: The huge selection of clothes from mostly Australian and New Zealand designers and the beautifully written articles on their journal.

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Nobody Denim

What they sell: All things denim. Jeans, skirts, shorts and some basics likes tees.

Why we love them: Two words – Cult Skinnies.

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Thread Harvest

What they sell: A marketplace with clothes and accessories for ladies, men, teens and kids.

Why we love them: They make it easy to shop your values with a drop down box at the top of the page with things like fair-trade, organic and upcycled.

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Bon Label

What they sell: Organic basics inspired by French girl style.

Why we love them: The softest tees you will ever own. I brought a striped tee from them two years ago, worn it at lest 50 times and it has not stretched, pilled or faded. Love.

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What they sell: Australian made clothing brands who use natural fibres and fabrics.

Why we love them: Beautifully made structured pieces which are flattering and comfy.

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Brands For Good

What they sell: Fashion, beauty and lifestyle products from mostly Australian brands.

Why we love them: They support social enterprises and brands who give back.

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What they sell: Everything you will ever need for your day to day wardrobe.

Why we love them: They have everything you will ever need for your day to day wardrobe.

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People Tree

What they sell: Certified organic cotton clothes.

Why we love them: Founder Saffia Minney is a pioneer in the ethical fashion world. People Tree was sustainable before it was a buzzword. They’re also really affordable and have regular sales.

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What they sell: Ethical luxury fashion and accessories.

Why we love them: It’s the place to go for that special investment piece to add to your wardrobe.

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Rêve En Vert

What they sell: Things I’d buy if I didn’t have to pay rent including Mara Hoffman dresses.

Why we love them: They have a huge collection of clothes, beauty and gifts from incredible ethical fashion designers from around the world.

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What they sell: Shoes. Lot’s of them. For the menfolk as well.

Why we love them: Their shoes are comfy AF.

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What they sell: A US based marketplace with a tonne of ethical fashion and beauty brands for men and women.

Why we love them: A great range of everyday clothes at different price points.

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The Acey

What they sell: Beautifully made clothes with a minimalist vibe.

Why we love them: Everything!! All the luxurious knitwear for Winter, the chic linen and cotton for summer and the stunning trans-seasonal pieces.

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What they sell: Cool girl clothes that make you wish your wardrobe and bank balance was larger.

Why we love them: Transparency and the timeless dresses you will wear for years.

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Kira Simpson

Kira Simpson is an environmentalist and sustainability expert. She started The Green Hub as a blog in 2015, which has since grown to become one of Australia’s largest education sites dedicated to helping people live a more sustainable lifestyle.