Below find some of Eco Chick’s favorite blogs, resources, boutiques, and labels. We’ve written about most of these, so if you’d like to check out what we think about past or current collections, or what products we’ve reviewed from any of the following companies, put their name into our search box and check out what comes up!
Mission Savvy (Charleston, WV)
Nancy’s Gone Green
Kiwi (Brooklyn, NYC)
No Bias (Netherlands)
Bird Textiles (Sydney, Australia)
Gorman (Sydney, Australia)
Eva Green (Melbourne, Australia)
by AppleShift (Hyannis, Cape Cod (508) 775-2652)
Embodies (Larkspur, CA)
Juno & Jove
A Boy Named Sue
Stewart + Brown
John Patrick Organic
Armour Sans Anguish
Bibico (Fair Trade)
Bags, Luggage and Wallets
Jewelry and Accessories
Vintage & Upcycled Clothing
Natural Beauty Online Stores
Natural Beauty Brands
Josie Maran Cosmetics (makeup and facial care)
John Masters (facial and hair care)
Nvey Eco (makeup)
Jo Wood Organics (fragrance and skin products)
Rare Elements (hair care)
Saaf Pure Skin Care (skin products)
Sexuality and Women’s Health
Great Green Girlfriends
Green Fashion and Beauty Blogs
Health and Wellness Sites
Our Favorite Green Blogs
I love to travel, and I’ve checked out most of these places myself! New York is my home city, so you’ll find the most resources there; please email starre (at) eco (dash) chick (dot) com with suggestions to augment this page.
Search Greenopia’s supercomprehensive listings for lots more city-specific info.
Hairy Mary’s (see video here)
Kiwi Eco Fashion Boutique
Tammam‘s clothing is ethically made from sustainable materials.
The Duke of Cambridge is the UK’s first organic gastropub.
Chlorine (Refurbished Vintage Bags)
Peppermint Magazine is Australia’s first ecofashion pub.
Handcut Vintage/Upcycled Clothing (Sydney, Australia)
Envi Ecofashion Boutique contains a very carefully edited selection of beautiful ecofashions.
Brimfield Antiques Fair; You can find amazing vintage clothing at one of America’s largest gatherings of used goods.