Ethical Shopping List
Ten Tree → Looking for some ethical loungewear? Tentree has you covered! This Canadian brand’s supply chain consists of products certified suppliers such as the Fair Wear Foundation, the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit (SMETA), and the Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP). They also trace their supply chain, which further increases their accountability and transparency with consumers!
Reformation → “Being naked is the #1 most sustainable option. Reformation is #2” if you're on the lookout for cute and quality women’s wear, Reformation is a go to! Reformation acknowledged that workers haven’t always been paid fairly in the fashion industry, so they promise to pay their workers fair wages, prodive healthy work environments, and implement better people practices. They also publish their factories list, allowing consumers to learn more about what goes on behind the scenes of the brand.
Patagonia → A premier outdoor goods brand, offering ski, snowboard, surf, climbing, fishing and camping gear, Patagonia is also recognized as a world leader in sustainability. Although primarily focused on activism regarding the climate crisis, Patagonia has taken steps to combat modern slavery and other human rights violations in their supply chain.
Lush → They don’t just make the best bath bombs, Lush also campaigns for a variety of issues related to human rights, animal rights, and environmental sustainability! In their Lush Ethical Charter, the company committed to paying their staff wages and conditions above the government's minimum standard in all countries it operates within.