Sustainable accessories

Following on from Saturday’s video where I used various accessories to give my wardrobe a bit of a refresh. Today I wanted to share with you some of my favourite sustainable brands that are killing it in the accessories department.

Reformation

First up, a brand you have heard me talk about many times already, Reformation. They have recently started to build up their accessories section and I have been seriously loving, I currently have my eye on these pieces:

Slate & Salt

This brand has a great range of accessories from Jewellery to home goods. What caught my eye on their website were there amazing handmade bags by ‘women from the Wayuu tribe in northern Columbia’. How cool is that? I think it is so amazing actually knowing where an item is from and who made it.

Nisolo

Nisolo does some of the cutest shoes in town, and I have my eye on a few already. I have always been a lover of shoes and definitely think a shoe can completely change an outfit so I do see them as an accessory to an outfit more than anything else. When I started changing my wardrobe to become more sustainable I decided that one I really didn’t need many new shoes as I have a fair few and love them all and wear them a lot and two sustainable shoes that did find were either chunky and not to my taste or seriously expensive. But now I have found Nisolo and I they definitely more in price range and I am excited to try out a few of their pieces.

Dick Moby

Weird name. Amazing sunnies! Sustainability is at the core of this brand but that in no way compromises the style of the sunglasses. I highly recommend checking out their sunnies. Here are few I am loving:

Fashionable

I recently stumbled across this brand whilst looking for sustainable jewellery and oh my I think I’ve hit the jackpot! Everything I have found on this website is gorgeous and minimal which suits my style perfectly. My favourite thing about their website is their ring bar where you can mix and match a selection of rings and earrings all in one go rather than opening 10 billion tabs to look at the different rings and trying to work out if they work together. I love this idea so much.