10 Ethical Jumpsuits & Rompers So Cute, You’ll Wear Them Every Single Day
If I wasn’t planning on being reincarnated as a tree when I die, I’d choose to lie in a coffin wearing a jumpsuit. Jumpsuits are my happy place.
Are they pants? Is that a tracksuit? Is that lady wearing pyjamas in a supermarket? All I know is jumpsuits are the perfect combination of classy and comfort, and when they’re ethically made, I’m sold.
I’m a bit of an ethically made jumpsuit addict. I have 4 jumpsuits in my wardrobe, and I call myself a budding minimalist!
Maybe you’re like me and can’t have a bad day in a jumpsuit, or perhaps you’re feeling brave enough to dip your toes into a jumpsuit for the first time. Either way, here are 10 ethically made jumpsuits to frolic in. Warning: you will most certainly want to frolic.
Reformation: The Portia Jumpsuit
The Portia Jumpsuit is hard to describe without showing you a picture of a river cruise in Paris and saying “what would you wear here?” It’s gorgeous. Float about in florals, enjoy the classic sweetheart neckline, and rest assured knowing it’s made sustainably in the USA.
Whimsy & Row: Audrey Jumpsuit In Oatmeal
Hello flared leg jumpsuit; I see you. The Audrey is a dreamy blend of upcycled deadstock linen and cotton. I’ve added it to my personal wishlist. Whimsy & Row’s focus is to use up fabrics that other brands over order and dump, to create beautiful garments that give wearers and watchers immense joy. They’ve nailed their mission with The Audrey Jumpsuit. With the small cuts of leftover fabrics, they create bandanas, scrunchies, and whatever they can ‘craft up’.
Everlane: The Linen Jumpsuit
100% linen, tomato red, an elasticized back, created in Shenzhen, China, oh and did I mention it’s made from linen? A linen jumpsuit will help you avoid hitting the snooze button; instead, you’ll be bounding into your wardrobe ready for some seriously good fashion choices. Everlane is known globally for its quality and style; this jumpsuit is no exception.
KowTow: Archive Jumpsuit
I don’t want to make you burn with jealousy, but I own a KowTow jumpsuit. Unfortunately, it’s not on offer anymore, but any Kowtow jumpsuit would be at home in your wardrobe. KowTow have put New Zealand on the ethical fashion map with their organic, fair trade cotton, and designs that fool mainstream shoppers into making ethical fashion purchases.
Tonic & Cloth: The Julie Jumpsuit
Are you cold? Do you want a jumpsuit with sleeves? This is it. Jumpsuits are no longer an item saved only for summer. Tonic & Cloth have made them an all year round kinda thing. This jumpsuit is made in partnership with Indian based organisation, Holi Boli. They bring female identity and empowerment to an aggressively paternal society, by providing them safe and fulfilling jobs and opportunities. It’s the ultimate feel good jumpsuit in all sorts of ways.
Yevu: Day/Night Boiler Suit Oval
Lounge around in this unique traditional West African wax print fabric I was once lucky enough to see and touch in person (it was heaven). This boiler suit is 100% cotton and 100% a jaw dropper. Yevu are dedicated to paying above the living wage, creating fair and sustainable jobs, investing in workforce development, and women’s economic empowerment.
Ecomono: Wanderer Black Jumpsuit
Long arms, short sleeves? Be brave. Ecomono offers a unique style to the ethical jumpsuit world. Designed and handmade on the sunshine coast of Australia, The Wanderer Jumpsuit is 100% Tencel and floats around your body like it’s living and breathing. Ecomono is your one stop shop when it comes to your ethical fashion staples, so be sure to flick through the other one pieces available.
Sotela: Flor Jumpsuit
Made to order (heck yes to low waste!) in California, and designed with easy access buttons, this one piece is for those who get frustrated when peeing in a jumpsuit or need to nurse little ones while still looking epic. Sotela are also the epitome of slow fashion. When an order is made, they literally sit down and make it, so extra stock never goes to waste. I dig that; big time.
Matter: The Jump-In Romper
Matter believe every craft should hold meaning and intention. Working with artisans in India to produce thoughtfully made garments, they preserve crafts and instill meaning in shoppers’ wardrobes. That’s the story behind this luscious Jump-In Romper. Simply throw this medium weight cotton romper over a swimsuit, or wear it with the right accessories for a hot date night out.
Solomon Street: Linen Romper Mustard
Would you like fruit with your jumpsuit? Solomon Street is serving us a big side of fruit print, and I’m not mad about it. The prints are hand drawn and produced by an Ethical Clothing Australia accredited manufacturer. As a low waste company, Solomon Street strive to reduce their packaging, opt for eco-friendly materials, and encourage their suppliers and manufacturers to do the same. Solomon Street support women out of poverty through microloans and continuously work on reducing their footprint in the name of fashion.