Our luxury and sustainable outfits guide is perfect for that transition time when mornings are chilly but afternoons are warm, and they also show you how to style those fall sweaters we all love!
Bright and bold, but still casual and comfortable. This outfit is the perfect combination of feminine and sporty. Perfect for sunny fall days when you want to take pictures with the leaves.
Minimalist chic. This is a perfect look for anytime of year and can be dressed up and down with weather and occasion.
Fall spirit. These patterned pants are the perfect way to embrace the season and beautiful fall foliage.
This look should be your casual uniform. Crisp white shirt. Black jeans. Comfy and dependable loafers.
Subtle matching. The sweater and bag are very similar colors. It’s a trick I use to make my outfits look more put together.
A more formal work uniform. It’s in this fall list because it’s perfect for layering and tights.
Transition look summer to fall. Take this perfect summer dress and combine it with fall colors.
Sweater Weather! This look is perfect for these upcoming chilly days.
For the more formal days at the office I’ve paired this ultra chic Gabriela Hearst Jacket with the SDress wide leg pants.
Doesn’t matter the season, a smart dress never goes out of style. I’ve paired this cornflower blue dress with loafers and a fringy cardigan for fun fall dressing. Clothing even in a capsule should be fun.
Alexandra K Tote- This Alexandra K tote is made with “freedom leather” that’s based in non-toxic silicone.
Niko Ineko Crossbody- Bags designed in NYC and made of vegan PU. Their suppliers comply with strict ethical standards. Meaning humans aren’t harmed either.
Nemanti Heels, Loafers, Flats- Italian craftsmanship with vegan materials. You’ll definitely want to know about this shoe brand. They also use sustainable innovative fabrics like apple leather.
Veja Sneakers- French designed and Brazilian made. Veja owns their fair trade certified factory in Brazil, and source wild Brazilian rubber for the sneakers.
Kilometre Paris Clutch- A brand that wants to inspire you to travel (ethically, of course.) They use vintage linen for their products and employ artisans around the world to craft their colorful products.
Gabriela Hearst Jacket, Sweater- A leader in sustainable luxury, Gabriela Hearst raises her own Alpacas in Argentina and produces ethically in Italy.
Aiayu Sweater and White Shirt- Aiayu is organic from beginning to end. The shirt it’s GOTS certifed cotton and the sweater is natural alpaca wool.
Bo Carter Sweater- Wool sources from Sheep living on a rescue farm is Scotland! Bo Carter is sustainable and the production is zero waste.
M.i.h Jeans jeans and cardigan- M.i.h continues to move their brand in a sustainable direction. Half of their materials are now sustainably sourced and they have a plan in place to get that to 100% in the next decade.
Re/Done jeans- Same Levi’s that you’ve loved for their long life and amazing denim. But Re/Done takes them apart at the seams and upcycles them to make new jeans.
Bozena Jankowska Top, Skirt, patterned pants- Ethically produced in London, Bozena Jankowska is a made to order label to produce minimal waste.
SDress Blue collar Top, white skirt, wide leg pants, red dress- Certified by the World Wildlife Fund, SDress manufactures with minimal water and no toxins.
Dor Raw Luxury White Top, Crop top, Shorts- Linen is one of the world’s best natural fabrics. Dor Raw Luxury only uses eco-friendly natural Belgian linen for their slow fashion label.
The White Briefs Black Top- Your basics need to be the best. The White Briefs uses GOTS certified organic cotton for theirs and they manufacture everything is Sweden.
Marianna Déri Dress- European natural and organic fabrics combined with timeless design. Marianna Déri is one of our go-to designers for a good dress.
Skin Cami- Pima cotton has longer fibers, which makes it last longer as a top. This cami is produced in the U.S. with the best in Pima.
Pamela Love necklace and earrings- Handmade in New York. Pamela Love is known for her delicate, eco-friendly designs. She uses fairly sourced and recycled metals.
Melissa Joy Manning Bracelet- Melissa Joy Manning has helped develop certification processes for the fashion industry and continues to produce in her certified eco-studio.
Andy Wolf Eyewear- Andy Wolf is based in Austria. His sunglasses are made from sustainably produced acetate that comes from cotton pulp.