A scarf is just about the perfect accessory: it’s interseasonal, it pulls any look together and it almost always makes a statement. Each scarf is unique, especially if it comes from an ethical fashion brand. Between hand making, traditional techniques and clean dyes, choosing ethical is always the way to go when it comes to scarves.
Bloom & Give – Ethical fashion brand Bloom & Give uses specialized techniques of weaving, dyeing and embroidery that are traditional to India. They use natural materials like cotton and pashmina, and they even donate 50% of their profits to support girls education programs In India. And with their simple designs, they’re perfect for nearly any occasion.
Block Shop Textiles – Block Shop Textiles combines the traditional Indian block printing process with a modern California design. Working with a family of printers and dyers in Bagru, each scarf is completely unique. Plus, they invest 5% of profits to build and implemnt community healthcare programs. Now that’s something to wrap your neck around.
Callina – For Callina, creating the perfect scarf is all about natural technique. They use all-natural alpaca fibre for their scarves, and partner with hand knitters and weavers in Peru to create ethical designs. They also support a boarding school for children of their alpaca shepherds. It’s an accessory with a good conscience.
Krochet Kids – “Empowerment is the reason why we exist,” state Krochet Kids, an ethical brand that creates clothing and accessories by providing jobs to women in need. Each artisan also signs every garment they make, so you know exactly whom you are supporting. And with their range of winter and summer scarves, you’ll be more than happy to support them.
Parekh Bugbee – From start to finish, each scarf from Parekh Bugbee is made using all natural dyes and fabrics like silk, wool and organic cotton. This ethical scarf brand is committed to using traditional techniques and working with skilled artisans in India. And when the outcome is as beautiful as each one of their scarves, how can you not fall in love?