Like I’ve mentioned before, shopping eco-friendly or ethically made clothes takes time and research. First, you have to know which brands are transparent and share how and where their clothes were made. Secondly, you have to search for the particular item you are looking for and at the price point you are willing to pay. Most people don’t really want to take the extra time and end up shopping elsewhere.
What if I told you there was a convenient way to shop sustainable clothes from your phone? Insert Orange Harp. Orange Harp is the first mobile fashion app by designers that respect the planet and its people. Every product supports a socially conscious lifestyle and even donates 1% of profits to the Not For Sale non-profit.
Since every product meets a sustainable requirement, whether it is eco-friendly or ethically made, you don’t have to worry about buying something that will harm the environment or people. I downloaded the app last week and already have several favorites. Check them out below:
I love anything chambray, especially this made-in-USA shirt dress from Tradlands.
I’ve been wanting huaraches since the last time I went to Mexico and I love the color and thick sole (not a fan of flimsy sandals). And with every purchase, Ix Style provides clean drinking water to communities in Guatemala through water filtration systems, rain collection units and wells.
I couldn’t choose between these two jackets, so I put both! These jackets are made with about 92% recycled materials. Each jacket is made with 161 recycled plastic bottles. Ecoalf makes recycled fashion look good.
If you are in need of a spring closet revamp, check out what Orange Harp has to offer by downloading the app!