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Ethical Wedding Guest Outfits

Ethical Wedding Guest Outfits

We’ve taken a look at some of the best ethical fashion to put together three outfits to see you through the wedding season and beyond. Let us know which is your favourite in the comments section below!

Outfit 1: ‘Floating on the Dance Floor’

This elegant yellow dress is by Finnish designer and Royal College of Art graduate Teija Eilola. With quality and timeless elegance, this dress is definitely an investment piece to be worn for years to come. The shoes are handmade in Spain by sustainable brand, Beyond Skin. Their workers are protected by EU employment law, are paid a fair wage, and the factories follow EU health and safety regulations – plus Beyond Skin visit regularly to make sure no exploitation is taking place. The clutch is by one of our favourite brands, Matt and Nat, who are committed to exploring sustainable and eco-friendly ways to make their fabulous range of non-leather accessories.

Outfit 2: ‘Hoping there’s a Cheeseboard’

The pieces from this outfit can be restyled in many ways, making them a great long-term addition to your wardrobe. The shoes are another stylish and versatile pair by Beyond Skin, which will easily transfer to your work wardrobe. The top is handmade in London by eco-production pioneers, Etrala London, who follow the ‘slow fashion’ concept – meaning they reduce surplus stock and wastage by only producing as per demand. The skirt is by Lowie who visit their manufacturers at least once a year, helping their suppliers to be people and planet friendly.

Outfit 3:  ‘Dodging the Bouquet’

Dai, the brand that make this effortless dress (with pockets – hooray!), are committed to social and environmental sustainability. On top of that, Dai donate a portion of net proceeds to initiatives that support gender equality. The ruby red shoes are another beautiful piece of design by the afore mentioned Matt and Nat. The gorgeous earrings are handmade in Kenya; Made work with highly skilled, dedicated artisans who are provided with safe and sustainable employment.

We hope you enjoyed this ethical fashion inspiration – Happy Wedding Season!

Main photo by Alasdair Elmes



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