It’s coming on four months of officially living in England with Luke – so wild! One of the reasons we moved to the UK was to get acquainted with and discover some new amazing conscious clothing brands in Britain and Europe.

This is one of the cool parts about moving abroad as you get to rediscover things like architecture, food and of course fashion in the new land! Luke and I have been blogging about conscious clothing brands since 2016 and so the opportunity to discover new businesses in Europe is an exciting one!


I’ve known and followed quite a few already on Instagram, so I decided to put together a post of 20 conscious clothing brands I’ve been crushing on for a while and also discovered recently. There are SO MANY MORE I’m not listing below that I would love to share, but for now, here are 20!

Ninety Percent 

London-based sustainable womenswear label that sells gorgeous contemporary clothing and shares 90% of their distributed profits between charitable causes and those who make their collection happen.


Based in Warsaw and made locally selling gorgeous simple, elegant pieces from coats to dresses.

Armed Angels

They work with organizations such as GOTS, Fair Wear Foundation and Fair-trade to produce stylish conscious clothing for both men and women.

Beaumont Organic

British contemporary organic and ethical clothing based in Manchester, UK. Simple silhouettes that are timeless and high quality.

House of Dagmar 

Swedish fashion brand founded by three sisters in 2005. They create sustainable and expressive collections with knitwear at the core.


Collection of organic and sustainable women’s and men’s clothing made with timeless and durable designs that will be cherished forever.

Thinking MU

Modern, artistically inspired men’s and women’s clothing made sustainably by using flower dyes, sustainable fabrics, local production and more.


A variety of both men’s and women’s clothing that is modern, durable and made sustainably.

People Tree

This company is one that has pioneered Fair Trade fashion having started back in 1991. They sell a variety of women’s clothing based out of the UK.

Thought Clothing

Contemporary ethical and sustainable style that was founded as a men’s fashion label which quickly started to include women’s wear back in 2005.


Sustainable contemporary clothing and redefined basics with a sassy edge designed and made with love in Europe.

Monkee Genes

Men’s and women’s organic jeans designed in the UK and produced ethically.

Rêve En Vert

A curation of sustainable luxury fashion and lifestyle products for women.

Atuko Studio

Minimalist women’s clothing made with simple shapes, premium quality and from natural fabrics. Made to last!


Vegan fashion brand curating a selection of stylish women’s clothing from a group of brands that make a positive difference. Based in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Lana Organic

A collection of beautiful organic women and infant clothing well designed with functionality, comfort and style in mind.

The Knotty Ones

Sustainably knitwear label for women founded by three best friends who set out to create the perfect knit. (Also the knit I’m wearing at the top of the page).


Paris based women’s label focused on quality, savour-faire and the perfect cut.


Marketplace of ethical clothing and fair-trade gifts based in Exeter, UK. Sustainable and affordable fashion for men and women.

Nobody’s Child 

Conscious Clothing Brands

A brand dedicated to delivering the latest fashion, style and trends without compromising their ethics, quality and standards.

There we have it! Like I said there are TONS of other great brands I didn’t list above, so make sure to follow along on my Instagram or subscribe to this blog to hear more discoveries and brands that I love. I hope you enjoyed this post featuring conscious clothing brands from Europe and the UK!


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Conscious Clothing Brands from Europe and the UK

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20 conscious clothing brands from europe

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