Ethical Workwear Worthy of a Promotion

The outfit you wear for your 9 to 5 is just as important as the one you wear out of the office. It’s a reflection of your own unique personality, and what better way to show that with ethical fashion finds? Wearing pieces from these gorgeous workwear brands can inspire your coworkers by showing them that ecofashion has seriously evolved. Check out our favourite ones here.

EILEEN FISHER – What else can we say about EILEEN FISHER that we haven’t already? As a leader behind the ethical fashion movement, they have committed to producing garments with organic and sustainable fibres, manufacturing clothing in the USA and recycling clothes with their unique program, GREEN EILEEN. Plus, all of their classic silhouettes will help you stand out in any office.


Zady – Zady’s mission is summed up very simply: “We’re making clothes what they should be: Clothes that fit. Clothes that feel great. Pieces that inspire.” The brand works against the fast fashion norm by using sustainable materials, paying fair wages to workers, and making good quality garments that will last. Who wouldn’t want to be a Zady lady?

Kowtow - This New Zealand-based ethical fashion brand makes every one of their garments using 100% fair trade and organic certified cotton. From seed to garment, Kowtow knows exactly who grows their cotton and where it’s being grown. That kind of transparency is something we truly love to see, and something we are dying to see more of in the workplace.

People Tree - The reason we love People Tree is right in their name: they care about individuals and the planet. This 25-year old brand is one of the pioneering labels behind the ethical fashion movement, promoting fair trade principles and using eco friendly materials like certified organic cotton. People Tree shows you that it’s possible to minimize your impact while maximizing your work wardrobe.

Indecisive - The only truly indecisive aspect of this brand is choosing which one of their beautiful garments to get. On top of that, they’ve got an amazing list of ethical practices: all of their fabrics are totally vegan, they use upcycled and eco friendly materials like bamboo, and they pay their employees above fair wages. We know that supporting their label will always be the right decision.