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7 Seasonless Eco Fashion Pieces on Sale Now


It’s midsummer, which means that it’s sale time almost everywhere. And that includes online ethical fashion boutiques and labels, who are all looking to make room for Fall 2014 inventory. If you are on a budget, this is the best time to shop—to prove it, I pulled 7 fabulous pieces from around the web that will wear beautifully into fall and winter.

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The Ladder Shell Top from Feral Childe is made in NYC and has a pretty hand-drawn print all over. At Ethica for $151.

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Slouchy silk pants made fairly in India from Eileen Fisher will wear from now until Christmas and would only need to retired for the dead of winter in cold climates. Available at EF online store for $109.00

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A one-sleeve petal-hem blouse is not for everyone, but the Miopo design is simple and cool, no doubt. Available for 25% off using the code “Fireworks” from Helpsy.

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The Rachel Comey Boswell pullover is a unique and beautifully made (in NYC) pullover crafted from soft quilted cotton in a crazy-interesting print. I love the side zip pockets! Available at Beklina for $290.

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This beautiful grey (it comes in orange too) silk skirt by Isabell de Hillerin is ideal for layering any time of year. Available at A Boy Named Sue for $198.

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Made in California from wool and lined in silk, this simple blazer is an ideal fall/winter piece. By Amour Vert and available at Modavanti for $173.40.

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Daniel Silverstein’s zero-waste skirt would be flattering for almost any body shape and great for both the office or evening, paired with bare legs or tights and boots. Available at Kaight for $141.

Want more eco fashion? Check out the Most Transparent T-Shirt Ever and our Men’s Eco Fashion Guides (Part 1 and Part 2)!

Starre Vartan is founder and editor-in-chief of Eco-Chick.com and the author of the Eco-Chick Guide to Life. She's also a freelance science and environment writer who has published in National Geographic, CNN, Scientific American, Mental Floss, Pacific Standard, the NRDC, and many more. She lives on an island in Puget Sound with her partner and black cat. She was a geologist in her first career, and still picks up rocks wherever she goes.