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Environmental Wedding And Party Fashion: AGAATI

by: Hans van der Broek
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Expectant brides and their guests can choose from an ever-increasing number of responsible (wedding) party attire. We would like to introduce you to the new creations of the hippest sustainable fashion labels.

Environmental Wedding Fashion: Let's Marry Sustainable

You know it: you are getting married, and suddenly you need a bigger wardrobe. Think of the built-in wardrobe of Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City 2. There is an engagement party, a bachelor party, a practice dinner, and for every occasion, you want to wear something beautiful. And of course, you also want to give guests clothing tips.
Now is the time to invest in wedding and party clothing made with a heart for the environment and society. Because knowing that the seamstresses who have already confirmed the gems on your clothes have been paid for it makes the big day even more beautiful, right?

AGAATI

The dresses of the fair trade label AGAATI are made from organic materials, natural fibers, recycled fabrics, and other environmentally friendly materials. The brand tries to keep its ecological footprint as limited as possible by planting trees worldwide. It also gives 5% of the profit to good causes.
On the website, you will find lots of beautiful dresses that you can wear for an evening party. Guests can also find their thing here.

Reformation

woman sitting on chait in white wedding dress
All Reformation clothing is made in factories that use the most efficient, ecological, and socially responsible technologies. The company has invested heavily in a 'green building' infrastructure to reduce waste, water, and energy waste as much as possible. In the webshop, you will find wedding dresses and romantic tops.

Recommended: Over 10 Of The Best Ethical Brands

Anita Dongre

Woman standing wearing pnk, red weding dress ring in nose
The Indian designer Anita Dongre is super environmentally conscious and has also integrated this into the DNA of her label. Her head office has a lot of daylight and uses as little energy and water as possible. The waste mountain is kept as small as possible. As a vegan, she also refuses to work with fur, leather, or other animal materials.

On her website, you can discover the bridal couture, but you will also find hand-woven tops and cocktail dresses. Recently the collection has been supplemented with 'cruelty-free' accessories.

Recommended: Solar Power, Wind Turbines, And The WaveRoller

Danielle Fichera

Woman standing with white wedding dress Daniella Fichera
This label only uses materials from the Albini Group, which is known for its sustainable fabrics. All products are made ecologically and safely. A bride who is looking for an original dress should take a look at Danielle Fichera. The style is somewhat looser and a bit ethereal, so it is also cut for events in the run-up to the wedding.

KAMPERETT

Woman standing with one arm behind her head in white wedding dress Kamperett
Designers Anna Chiu and Valerie Santillo only work with materials of the highest quality. The factories are run ethically. KAMPERETT stands for subtle but elegant luxury fashion. The outfits are ideal for relaxed practice dinners or bridal brunches and even for the honeymoon.

Recommended: Sustainable Fashion: Fungi, Roots Slow Fashion

TOME

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American designers Ryan Lobo and Ramon Martin strongly believe in the importance of ethically responsible clothing production. They design clothes with TOME for women of all ages and models.
Both brides and their guests can browse at TOME between cocktail dresses and simple but elegant outfits.

Recommended: Fashion From Algae Absorbs CO2: Is It Wearable?

Raven + Lily

Woman sitting on bed with wedding dress Raven lily
This label by Kirsten Dickenson aims to 'empower' women on a global scale. For this, it works together with artisans from all over the world, and it employs women who live in risky conditions to produce the collections.

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Founder and CEO of WhatsOrb, world traveller, entrepreneur and environmental activist. Hans has countless ideas and has set up several businesses in the Netherlands and abroad. He also has an opinion on everything and unlimited thoughts about how to create a better world. He likes hiking and has climbed numerous five-thousanders (mountain summits of at least 5000m or 16,404 feet in elevation)

 

Hans van der Broek, founder

Founder and CEO of WhatsOrb, world traveller, entrepreneur and environmental activist. Hans has countless ideas and has set up several businesses in the Netherlands and abroad. He also has an opinion on everything and unlimited thoughts about how to create a better world. He likes hiking and has climbed numerous five-thousanders (mountain summits of at least 5000m or 16,404 feet in elevation)

 

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