Be a conscientious consumer and make a stand with your dollars. Below is a list of ethical and/or sustainable retailers to support. This is by no means a comprehensive list, but just a collection of companies that I have personally tried and enjoyed.

//APPAREL//

EVERLANE: Great for cotton basics.
FAHERTY: Casual button downs, knits and swimwear made from sustainable materials.
HACKWITH DESIGN HOUSE: High end minimalist garments made from sustainable textiles.
PACT APPAREL: Sweatshop-free organic cotton underwear, tees and socks.
SUDARA: Fair-trade pajama pants and robes made in India by women who escaped the sex trade. Sudara provides opportunities for these women to support themselves and remain free from slavery.
TONLÈ: Knits, tops, dresses and accessories hand-made in Cambodia using a completely zero-waste production. Use code CURATED20 to get 20% off your order. [my srey crop top review]

TRADLANDS: Menswear-inspired shirts and pants sustainably made in the USA.

//SHOES//

VEJA: Eco-friendly sneakers. [my V10 review]
NISOLO: Handmade minimalist leather boots and shoes. [my Chelsea boot review]
AVARCAS: Minimalist leather sandals handmade in Spain.

//CHILDREN’S APPAREL//

COLORED ORGANICS: Fair trade 100% cotton apparel and sleepwear. 50% of profits are donated to children in need.
PACT APPAREL: Ethically made 100% cotton basics for babies and toddlers.

//BEAUTY//

MOROCCO METHOD: For those of you interested in the no-poo method. Chemical-free shampoos and conditioners handcrafted in small batches in the USA.
PLAINE PRODUCTS: Shampoos, soaps and lotions in re-usable containers. Chemical-free, biodegradable and vegan. Once you empty your bottle, send it back to Plaine to be refilled and reused.

//HOME//

BOLL & BRANCH: Ethical and fair trade bedding and towels made with 100% organic cotton and eco-friendly dyes.