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These sustainably-made frocks will brighten up your wardrobe for years to come
Spring has sprung, people, and over here at G+S HQ we couldn’t be more excited to shed our winter layers in favour of a floaty spring dress. We love nothing more than a bit of wardrobe versatility (hello, #30wears) so we’ve rounded up the frocks to throw on without a second thought. They’ll look the part with everything from a biker jacket and boots to heels and a rattan bag. Enjoy!
You can’t go past Reformation for their form-fitting tea dresses and awesome prints. Most of their pieces are super versatile wardrobe choices, working in sync with your fave sneakers for a quick trip to the shops or heels for when the occasion calls. We also love their denim range.
One scroll through Spells insta feed and you’ll understand why this brand’s loved the globe over. The Byron Bay based biz has recently taken their commitment to sustainability up a notch, with ethical production and sustainable sourcing now a major focus. Their floral print maxis are timeless pieces you’ll love for season’s to come.
This accredited ethical and socially responsible fashion house answers the call when you need to dial in a special piece. Their mainline dresses are beautifully constructed from eco-friendly textiles and botanical dyes and their Akin range is a great affordable option.
Their fair trade organic cotton dresses are so easy to throw on it makes getting dressed in the morning a snap. If florals aren’t your bag then perhaps their striped frocks will do the trick. And don’t’ forget about their extensive range of basics and activewear.
Vintage inspired, these, one-of-a-kind handmade frocks are sustainably made in LA from deadstock fabric. We love the easy to wear smocks and tiny folk will also appreciate their petite offering. The bridal range is also simple and gorgeous.
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