“Authenticity is the daily practice of letting go of who we think we’re supposed to be and embracing who we are.”
Here at The Pleb Life, we strive to be authentic in our pursuit for minimalism, slow-living, and ethical fashion. Because of your support, we are given the opportunity to collaborate with brands and also buy from ethical brands with our own money. We promise to be honest and true in our reviews. Below you will find a list of brands that we’ve test ran and feel confident in supporting.
OUR LIST OF ETHICAL BRANDS
C L O T H I N G
Everlane was one of the first ethical brands that we shopped at, and was one of the first brands to be radically transparent with where their clothes were made. It is great for your everyday basics.
Ethically made in LA, 3rd Season uses deadstock fabrics that would’ve ended up in our landfills to create beautiful designs. Jasmine owns and loves their Riviera dress.
You can read our post highlighting this brand here.
A C C E S S O R I E S
If you want some simple, classic, well-made leather goods, Velé is your best bet. With a brand mission to make every woman feel like they are worthy and wanted, they have the words, “you are wanted,” engraved on every piece. Jasmine owns and loves their crossbody clutch and their simple wallet.
Equal Uprise was the first ethical brand we had the pleasure of working with. They’re best known for their fedoras that are crafted by artisans in Ecuador. The traditional fedora has traveled the world with us.
Puerlla seeks to increase accessibility to fine jewelry by being transparent about their pricing. They ensure to use the best materials because they believe that high quality is a part of sustainability. Jasmine loves her curve multistone ring, and her open dual ring.
Veja sneakers are giving Adidas a run for their money. Their sneakers are made from raw materials that are sourced from organic farming, and made without harsh chemicals to avoid pollution. Jasmine has been really enjoying her Esplar pair.