The Ethical Skirts Every Woman Should Have in Her Wardrobe

Easy, breezy and beautiful is how every skirt should make you feel. And with the seasons changing, it’s time to find the perfect one for your capsule wardrobe. For those days when you just don’t want to wear trousers, a skirt is a beautiful alternative that makes you look extra put together. Check out the brands below if you’re ready to fall in love with a new skirt.

Indecisive – This Australian fashion label bases their designs on minimalistic, modern silhouettes while maintaining total brand transparency. “We know that there are still many other alternatives out there that can be better. This is just the start.” From their animal-free line to their ethical practices, Indecisive is one decision that’s always right.


Zady – Zady’s simple yet classic collection of garments is only one amazing aspect of their brand. Supporting Zady means you support natural materials, fair trade practices and high quality, long lasting garments. Whether you prefer a classic pencil skirt or a flowy silk number, Zady will help bring your outfit together perfectly.


Carlie Ballard – Designer Carlie Ballard’s collection of easy-to-wear garments are as thoughtfully made as they are beautiful. Created using traditional weaving techniques and individually dyed yarns, each piece is carefully crafted by artisans in South India who are treated and paid fairly. Each skirt from Carlie’s collection truly is a statement piece, so you can say something big without having to say a word.


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People Tree – This ethical fashion label has been promoting sustainable and fair trade fashion since they started over 25 years ago. People Tree cares about the planet and its people, which is why they use eco friendly materials and support rural communities. Plus, their skirts are so cute we can hardly pick a favourite.


Souldaze Collection – This Italian womenswear brand has an amazing retro style and a seriously cool collection of ethically made skirts. Souldaze only uses natural, recycled, surplus and vintage materials to create each one of their garments, allowing them to reduce waste from textiles. Their soulful collection of clothing really will put you in a happy daze.