Reformation is America’s most popular sustainable brand, although it’s important to note that it’s not 100% sustainable as no brand is. The brand produces trendy garments, produced with sustainable fabrics by workers paid a fair wage (read more here). Reformation also concentrates on ensuring people wear their clothes forever with better design, “We believe the perfect fit is the most important part of our clothes.”
The Rosaly Dress is available in three different fabric designs, with ‘Dottie’ being my favourite. The classic mid-length and relaxed fit of the dress is perfect for day and night, made from a crepe fabric.
It’s fair to say, Milk & Thistle are one of my favorite brands in Australia. Danielle Atkinson is the Australian designer behind the easy-fit garments. Every item is designed, printed and made in Australia.
There is a wide selection at Milk & Thistle of potential party outfits, which can also be worn in the day more casually. The Woodchip Jumpsuit in Cobalt Blue is made from 100% linen with a kimono wrap belt. There are also other colours available.
Australian luxury brand Silk Laundry produces stunning slip pieces made from sand washed silk. The socially responsible brand aims for minimal wastage and a sustainable business model.
There are a variety of stunning slips to choose from, but this leopard print dress is my personal party favorite (although I’d also wear it in the day). This print is exclusively printed for Silk Laundry and cut to flatter any shape!