- PEOPLE TREE
This navy coloured long sleeve dress makes organic cotton look so good! I imagine this with a long coat and heeled boots along with a big giant scarf in winter or simply with sneakers and a jacket for fall. People Tree is the mother of all fair fashion brands and it is also featured in THE fair fashion documentary ‘True Cost’.
- JAN’N JUNE
Do you know that t-shirt under dress trend? Well, this is the dress for you if you love that look but don’t like to exploit Bangladeshi factory workers for it. The dress is made from organic cotton and manufactured in Poland. Jan’n June wants to keep toxicity in their fabrics low and transparency high.
Dresses are for lazy days: Throw it on and you have an outfit. This is definitely a no-brainer-dress. It’s not tight on your stomach so you won’t be able to see that vegan food belly, it has a lot going on already so you won’t need to put on a lot of other clothes or accessories and it looks super comfortable. The coolest thing about this dress is that the belt can be worn as a choker scarf as well! I see this one with a jacket, casual boots and the belt wrapped around the neck as a choker. “The dress is made of rayon – a natural, biodegradable fiber, which is important because fossil-fuel based synthetics like polyester can take hundreds of years to decompose. The water used to process the fibers is recycled, and a sustainable treatment is used for discarded waste, to reduce any environmental impact.”
Vetta is about making the most out of your closet and keeping the number of pieces you own to a minimum. The black swing dress can be worn like in the photo or with a belt or even with the back side (which is full of cute buttons) as the front side.
This dress makes your office outfit look way cooler. A pair of tights, heels, and a white blouse underneath for the day and without the blouse and wild hair for the night! No one will believe your dress is made from organic cotton and came in a recycled paper package! Movinun is all about fair, ethical and zero waste productions and organic materials.