We’ve hand-picked the following 11 ethical & sustainable jumpsuits from companies who have embraced ethical fashion. These designers are not only creating beautiful pieces of clothing, they’re also leading the fashion community towards a more sustainable future by creating ethical clothes.
Some of the brands we’ve highlighted are making great strides to reduce the damage clothing manufacturing does to the environment, while others are empowering women, people in third-world countries, or making some other significant contribution to the human race. For many of them, it’s both.
Regardless of your choice, these jumpsuits, overalls, and dungarees are all a great way to look great with low effort while making a purchase that contributes to companies trying to make a difference.
Ready to discover your new favorite jumpsuit? Let’s go!
This soft and stylish sustainable jumpsuit works great dressed up or down. Made with natural Modal fibers, slim legs, and a drawstring waist, it’s flattering and versatile. Available in blue and black.
Sizes: XS – L
Neu Nomads have won awards and the backing of the UN for their use of non-toxic dyes and their manufacturing facility runs on solar power and recycles most of the water it uses. Their ethical clothing is also packaged using 100% recycled materials.
This eye-catching statement piece is both comfortable and versatile. Features include invisible back-zipper, removable belt, and side leg slits. Comes in two striking designs, Gili (pictured), and Sumatra.
Sizes: XS – XL
Tamga’s fabric is created using a closed loop process that re-uses almost 100% of the chemicals and water required. Their bright and beautiful patterns are created using GOTS-certified dyes, and the clothes are sewn in an ethical factory where workers are paid a fair wage. All garments are packaged in bio-degradable bags.
We love the style of the Charvee Relaxed Jumpsuit by ABLE. Cute and comfortable, it offers a relaxed fit throughout with back zipper and elastic leg cuffs. Works well dressed up and down.
Sizes: XS – XL
ABLE are passionate about helping to end poverty. They believe in investing in and training their workers, particularly women, and are committed to paying a living wage to all their workers. As part of their ACCOUNTABLE evaluation system they publish their wages for customers to see and encourage other companies to do the same.
This long-sleeved belted jumpsuit is made from 100% Tencel and comes with a tie belt. Available in black and tan, this piece is made to order with a 2-week delivery time.
Sizes: S/M & M/L
OhSevenDays use deadstock fabric rolls (leftovers from textile factories) to create their sustainable fashion range. They believe that by producing long-lasting, flexible pieces, consumers can reduce the overall number of pieces of clothing they need.
This casual sustainable romper is super versatile and comfortable. Made from TENCEL™, it features large front patch pockets, wide crossed back straps, and a wide leg.
Sizes: XS – XL
prAna were the first North American apparel company to deliver Fair Trade Certified clothing. They use organic cotton, recycled wood, and operate a strict restricted materials list to limit harmful chemicals used in the creation of the fabrics they use and manage them correctly.
This casual sustainable romper is made from organic cotton and help, and is perfect for warm spring days through to summer. Lightweight, with a button front and waist tie, this jumpsuit is both casual and elegant.
Sizes: 0 – 12
Reformation have a strong focus on sustainability, putting the planet and the welfare of the people they work with at the core of their ongoing strategy.
This Crepe Rayon jumpsuit has a fabric belt, generous side pockets, and is hand-printed with a playful baby cacti motif. This beautiful jumpsuit is comfy too, with an elastic waist and drop crotch, and comes in a range of sizes that flatter all body types.
Sizes: XS – 3XL
Symbology empower women artisans in India by supporting and preserving traditional skills through promoting a living wage and gender equality. Their clothing is created using eco-friendly practices, using natural fibers and AZO-free dyes.
Tonle’s ethical jumpsuits are made using zero-waste methods, utilizing upcycled deadstock linen to create a beautiful, relaxed, and eco-friendly garment. The unique hand-printed fern design can be easily dressed up or down. This linen jumpsuit features a button closure at the back, a tied belt, and an elastic waste.
Sizes: XS – XXL
Tonle, based in San Francisco, create their garments using offcuts from larger factories, avoiding entirely the waste created by making their own cloth or dyeing it. Their fair trade clothing uses minimal water, avoid pesticides, and use recycled packaging.
This versatile jumpsuit is perfect for almost every occasion – comfortable, stylish and with a hint of sportiness. Using low impact linen, this jumpsuit features a relaxed fit and an elasticated waistband.
Sizes: XXS – XL
Price: £140 (ships internationally from UK)
Camden womenswear label Ninety Percent is a leading brand in the UK ethical clothing industry and has won global acclaim. They are true to their name, sharing 90% of its distributed profits with social and environmental charitable causes and those that make the garments.
Causes they support include War Child UK, Children’s Hope, Wild Aid, and BRAC, which helps people living in poverty reach their potential through providing communiy health workers and an education programme which encompasses more than 36,000 schools.
These ethical jumpsuits catch the eye and don’t let go. Inspired by floral designs used on traditional kimonos in the V&A Asian collection, this jumpsuit is made from extra soft low impact organic fair trade cotton and features concealed pockets, v-neck design, and rear zip and hook & eye fastening.
Sizes: 4 – 12 US, 8 – 16 UK
People Tree have been focused on sustainability for longer than most other brands. They were founded in 1991 with the mission to create beautiful clothes whilst retaining the highest possible environmental and ethical standards. In 2013 they became the world’s first clothing company to be given the World Fair Trade Organization’s Fair Trade product mark, and they have become a leader in sustainable fashion.
Made from Viscose (derived from bamboo) and organic cotton, these beautiful jumpsuits stand out thanks to the hand drawn print inspired by fossil engravings. This jumpsuit features relaxed sleeves, pockets, and a tie waist.
Sizes: 2 – 14 US, 6 – 18 UK
Price: £59.95 (ships internationally from UK)
Thought use sustainable and natural materials including bamboo, organic cotton, hemp, and wool to create their ethical clothes. This ethical fashion brand is UK-based but ships internationally. They use organic, sustainable, and renewable sources wherever possible.