ASOS Eco Edit Picks

Knowing where to shop is half the battle when it comes to ethical and sustainable fashion. There are so many great ethical brands out there, but finding them can be tricky and sometimes you don’t want to hand your credit card info over to and unknown website. This is where everyone’s favourite ASOS comes in the save the day with their Eco Edit. ASOS have curated a great selection of eco-friendly and sustainable brands from across the globe which keeps on growing (you can read more on the Eco Edit here)They also have a range of styles and you’re sure to find something within budget with prices starting from as low as £1.50 (for a card). Today I thought I would share 16 of my picks from the ASOS Eco Edit with you.

ASOS Eco Edit Picks
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Closet Tie Front Dress with Kimon Sleeve – finding ethical workwear is always tough, but this navy dress from Closet is perfect for the office. Add a clutch bag and heels and you can head straight out for drinks. A simple dress is such a useful piece to have in your wardrobe.
Vivienne Westwood for Mellisa Black Orb Heeled Sandals – These shoes don’t need any explanation. Everyone needs a pair of black heels in their wardrobe and these make a statement without being too in your face. The fact that their Vivienne Westwood helps too!
Matt & Nat Brave Backpack – I’ve been wanting to add a backpack to my bag collection for a while now and this vegan one from Matt & Nat is perfect. Big enough to fit everything in but not so big you look like your off backpacking in Europe for 6 months.
Antipodes Avocado Pear Night Cream – Everyone needs a good night cream and this one by Antipodes sounds pretty good. Full of antioxidents to help prevent ageing as you sleep.
ASOS Floral Pyjama Set – I don’t know about you but in autumn/winter I change straight in my PJs as soon as I get home so this pretty set would be perfect. They have lots of other patterns if floral isn’t your thing as well.
Cowshed Sleepy Cow Calming Body Butter – How perfect would this be to slather on after a cosy bath. I love a body butter in the autumn/winter as my skin can get so dry and I like the sound of anything relaxing.

Dogeared Light as a Feather Necklace – I love delicate jewelry and this little feather pendent is so cute.

Reclaimed Vintage Tea Dress – Tea dresses are so easy to wear, just throw one on. This one can easily be bundled up with boots and a chunky knit for winter or worn now with a pair of flats.

Oneon Hand Knitted Shaggy Cardigan – This cardigan isn’t my usual style, but I’m really drawn to it. I love the contrast between the black and white and the shaggy style. This would be great for keeping cosy on a chilly night.

Ren Flash Defence: Anti-Pollution Mist – I love the skincare brand Ren as they make amazing products for fab prices. This anti-pollution mist sounds great for protecting the skin without any extra effort, just spray and go.

Reclaimed Vintage Breton Top – You really can’t go wrong with a breton stripe top and this long sleeved one will be perfect for transitional dressing. Just team with jeans and ankle boots for a simple but stylish outfit.

Oneon Hand Knitted Jumper Dress – How cosy does this dress look? This will be perfect when the weather gets colder wear with boots and a chunky scarf for the ultimate cosy outfit.

Cambridge Satchel Company Mini Tassle Bag – This is such a cute little bag, I think it would be perfect for weekends out and about (dare I say it Chirstmas shopping).

ASOS Jumper with High Neck – Polo neck jumpers are essential in the autumn/winter, you can wear them with so many things. This 2 pack is great value and they’re made from recycled yarn.

Reclaimed Vintage Pyjama Shirt – Pyjama style shirts are very in right now, and this one fits the trend whilst being something you will wear again and again. I love the subtle floral print.

Made Triangle Pendent Necklace – This geometric necklace from Made makes a statement without being too in your face. The necklace will work with most tops and necklines making it a great addition to your wardrobe

So there you have it – my current 16 picks from the ASOS Eco Edit. I love that this collection keeps growing and will be looking out for more autumn/winter pieces coming in. It’s a great way to add more ethical and sustainable pieces to your wardrobe whilst still shopping with a familiar brand. And don’t forget about ASOS’s great returns policy in case you change your mind.

6 Comments

  1. September 9, 2016 / 11:17 am

    I love the Breton top and would love to try the Antipodes moisturiser too, I think it's great that ASOS has everything in one category for those who want it, fantastic x

    Zoe ♥ MammafulZo

    • September 13, 2016 / 7:07 pm

      I love how ASOS have created this edit, it makes ethical shopping so much easier. I love the Breton top too

      Jen x

    • September 13, 2016 / 7:08 pm

      Loving ASOS right now as well, especially now I've discovered their Eco Edit

      Jen x

    • Jen
      September 30, 2016 / 12:17 pm

      They are aren’t they, was so happy to find cute PJs in the eco edit. x

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