Cap Off Your Favorite Outfit With One of These Ethically Made Hats

The thing we love most about hats is that they’re always in season. And if you think you’re not a hat person, think again: throwing on a hat before you run out the door is a foolproof way to make a statement without saying a word. If you want to invest in one of these classic accessories, check out the brands below to find the perfect one for you.

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Bleed Clothing – If you’re looking for the perfect vegan cap, look no further than Bleed Clothing. This Berlin-based outdoor clothing brand uses materials like cork, organic cotton and recovered paper to make their cozy and stylish hats. It’s a perfect match for the animal and nature lover in you.


Yellow 108 – This Los Angeles-based headwear brand produces beautiful hats made from salvaged and recycled materials. Made entirely in the USA, they use salvaged fabrics like leather, recycled straw, organic cotton and recycled polyester to make their sleek hats. And with neutral tones like bone, grey and navy, the one you choose will fit perfectly in with your style.


United by Blue – Not only does UBB have an amazing range of hip outdoors gear, they also remove one pound of trash from the ocean for each purchase made. And while we love their gear, we can’t overlook their range of cool hats. With beanies and snapbacks made from recycled polyester, wool and organic cotton, they truly have committed to the environment in more ways than one.


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Will & Bear – Aussie hat brand Will & Bear makes gorgeous unisex hats that are designed in Melbourne and made from 100% Australian wool. But their commitment to sustainability doesn’t stop there: they’ve partnered with trees.org to plant 10 trees for every hat sold. It’s the perfect accessory for every eco-friendly journey.


Lowie- We love natural materials that are earth-friendly, and so does this ethical fashion brand. Lowie only uses ethically sourced materials like cashmere, organic cotton, mohair and wool to make their adorable headwear. They also make sure their workers are fairly paid and their packages are sent with a minimal amount of plastic.