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Eco Friendly & Ethical Wedding Dresses to Thoughtfully Tie the Knot


Here comes the bride, all dressed in...” a sustainable and ethical wedding dress!

A bride’s journey through a conscious wedding starts with an eco friendly engagement ring and ends with a sustainable wedding ring. In between, joining the two in holy matrimony should be a well-made, ethically produced, and sustainable wedding dress.

If there’s ever been a day to dress with heart, “the big day” is it. 

If you’re going to splurge on that “perfect dress” consider supporting zero waste fashion by checking out the vintage dresses from Cali Vintage on Etsy.

For something new, Whimsy + Row puts the L-O in love, low impact materials and locally made wedding dresses.

‘Deadstock’ doesn’t exactly evoke images of love and happiness, but when it’s keeping precious materials out of landfills and turning them into gorgeous wedding dresses, as Reformation does, our hearts flutter. 

We’ve spent a long time sifting through white dresses to find the most sustainable and ethical, check out the end of the article to see why we sent a ‘Save the Date’ to these brands. 

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QUICK LINKS FOR ECO FRIENDLY & ETHICAL WEDDING DRESSES

Vintage or Secondhand Wedding Dresses (something old!)

Wedding Dress Rentals

Handmade Wedding Dresses


VINTAGE OR SECONDHAND WEDDING DRESSES

1. ETSY

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Etsy’s Vintage Wedding Dresses

Vintage wedding dresses are eco friendly—and they also happen to be gorgeous! 

Etsy takes the wedding cake for the best place to find a unique vintage dress. Not only does this support small businesses and independent sellers, but—being vintage—it allows “the big day” to become “the big day(s)” and keeps a valuable garment in use longer. 

Here are just a sampling of Etsy’s many vintage wedding dress sellers:

  • Elmwood Textiles: An inexpensive vintage and handmade clothing shop, specializing in vintage wedding gowns, boho lace wedding dresses (some from the 70s!), and plus-size lace wedding dresses. 
  • Cali Vintage: This shop has a large selection of quality and affordable vintage pieces—including a bridal shop with wedding dresses and gowns from the 1950s onwards.
  • PHOENIX and FAWN: With vintage pieces from thrift stores and travels, the eco friendly wedding dresses from this shop are certainly unique.
  • Velvet Pin Vintage: A Brooklyn-based shop that specializes in mid-century vintage wedding dresses. Though you might be lucky enough to snag something from the early 1900s!
  • American Archive: This shop adds one-of-a-kind vintage items every week, featuring wedding dresses and accessories from many time periods and geographies.

2. ONCE WED

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OnceWed’s Secondhand Wedding Dresses

OnceWed has ethical women’s dresses for weddings, and not just for the bride herself. You’ll also find ethical bridesmaid dresses, flower girl dresses, and elegant dresses for Mom.

The large selection is easy to sift through and can be narrowed down by designer, size, city, and type.

Once a dress is chosen, communication with the seller regarding payment details is encouraged via the secure OnceWed messaging inbox.

If you’ve already been happily married and are looking to pass on your dress to another, this platform makes it easy to sell your wedding dress, too. Unlike more generic platforms to sell used clothes online, the chances of selling your dress for what it’s worth are higher here.

Available:  OnceWed

3. STILLWHITE

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Stillwhite’s Preowned Wedding Dresses

Stillwhite is the world’s largest online marketplace for new, used, preowned, and sample wedding dresses—and has more than 53,865 gowns for sale! 

Shop the Look to replicate a celebrity wedding or browse the entire selection to find a perfect fit. 

While you’re helping Stillwhite protect the earth from more carbon emissions (they’ve already saved 216,000kg CO2), you’ll be protected by their guarantee for purchases up to $20,000.

Available:  Stillwhite

WEDDING DRESS RENTALS

4. RENT THE RUNWAY

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Rent the Runway’s Wedding Guest Dress Rental

If you’re ready to say ‘yes’ to some simple eco friendly wedding dresses to wear either down the aisle or as a guest, Rent the Runway is an excellent option that supports the sharing economy. 

This online clothing and dress rental service is especially suited for unconventional weddings, elopements, or anyone who wants to throw a curve to the ol’ “dressed in white” expectation.

Choose between a one-time rental, or opt for a subscription. Regardless, you’ll have access to fashion’s top designers, and at an excellent price.

Rent a dress for as little as $20-30 (or check out their affordable buying options if there’s a style you can’t bear to part with).

Available:  Rent the Runway

5. VINCE UNFOLD

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Vince Unfold’s Wedding Dress Rental

While they aren’t wedding dresses per se, Vince Unfold provides for those who still want a white dress, but want one that’s a little more minimalist and simple.

The subscription luxury rental provides an easy way to discover new styles. Four items can be borrowed at a time, then returned in a pre-paid bag. 

If the big day urges you to say “I do” more than once, you can keep the dress for a discounted price.

Available:  Vince Unfold

6. GLAM CORNER

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Glam Corner’s Wedding Dress Rental

Glam Corner’s collection features more than 10,000 event dresses and gowns.

These include ethical wedding dresses for guests, engagement party, bridal shower, bridal party (both mother of the bride and bridesmaids), and of course, the bride herself on her big day.

Delivered to any doorstep in Australia, the borrowing period covers four or eight days and comes with accidental damage insurance. 

Available:  Glam Corner (Australia only)

HANDMADE WEDDING DRESSES

7. ETSY

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Etsy’s Handmade Wedding Dresses

If you already have your “something old” and need your dress to fill the “something new” niche, you can still support small, sustainable sellers on Etsy with a handmade, fair trade wedding dress.

You could easily spend “until death do us part” looking at the millions of Etsy shops, so here are a few to get the party started:

  • Lost in Paris Bridal: Hailing from Sydney, Australia, this shop has ethical and sustainably made wedding dresses that are “laced with history.” Each piece is hand-crafted from salvaged vintage French lace.
  • Fairtale: Also from Australia, this shop offers fairytale-worthy eco friendly fair trade wedding dresses ethically handmade from eco-fabrics, like vintage lace. Each dress description specifies how many hours go into the making and beading.

Because all Etsy dresses will get delivered with carbon-offset shipping, they’re fairer on our planet, too!


BUY NEW

8. WHIMSY + ROW

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About Whimsy + Row

Whimsy + Row celebrates love with limited-run, locally made, and low impact garments.

Aside from comfortable, stylish, and elegant dresses for any occasion, their wedding collection has several dresses that are perfect for brides, bridesmaids, or guests.

For those on a budget, you’ll find some relatively inexpensive fair trade wedding dresses, too.

Whimsy + Row’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Their eco-friendly silk wedding dresses are made from a blend of TENCEL lyocell or modal and cupro, a cotton-based vegan silk that’s sustainably produced using a closed-loop process. 

The use of these materials along with low-impact, non-toxic dyes means the dress is biodegradable (or should we say, bridal-degradable!).

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Fair wages and safe working conditions are provided at the brand’s Los Angeles factory.

Since it’s close to their main office (just down the street), Whimsy + Row regularly visits the factory to be sure it’s operating ethically. 

Stay tuned for them to (hopefully) become a Certified B Corp by the end of 2021.

Green business practices: 

The small supply chain is easier to oversee and means a smaller transportation footprint, which contributes to their carbon neutrality.

Limited quantities keep waste low.

Small scraps of waste get turned into a new product (like a bandana or scrunchie). Larger scrap quantities are transformed into new products by Marimole, a textile recycling company in NYC. 

Inclusivity:

Anti-racism has been a big focus for the brand, which is why they dedicate part of their Sustainable Marketplace exclusively to Black-owned businesses.

Sizes offered are XS-XL.

Community & charitable giving:

Everyone gets a slice of the wedding cake—meaning organizations like Reclaim the Block, Black Vision Collective, One Tree Planted, and Global Fund for Women are regularly supported by the brand.

Available:  Whimsy + Row

9. CHRISTY DAWN

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About Christy Dawn

Christy Dawn is a zero waste fashion brand for a zero worry wedding…at least as far as the dress is concerned.

Simple, elegant, and modest, all of their garments (outerwear, dresses, loungewear, organic maternity clothes, ethical sandals and boots) are produced in a way that honors Mother Earth. 

They’re one of the best places to find boho-esque, white, and non white eco friendly wedding dresses.

Christy Dawn’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Three categories of materials may RSVP to Christy Dawn’s wedding: deadstock fabric (rayon, silk, cotton), organic cotton, and regenerative organic cotton. 

Supply chain & labor practices: 

The regenerative cotton comes from a farm in India and the deadstock fabrics are sourced in LA, which is also where their factory produces the garments.

All workers receive higher than minimum wage—roughly three times as much as the average garment maker.

Green business practices: 

Their Farm-to-Closet project involves a regenerative-based partnership with India’s Oshadi Collective. This means the regenerative cotton isn’t just climate neutral, but also climate positive.

Inclusivity:

Sizes XS-XXL are standard, but there are also Petite and Extended Sizing (1X-3X) collections offered in some styles by this woman-owned brand.

Inclusivity-minded Christy Dawn marries a variety of sizes with a variety of models to show them off.

Community & charitable giving:

Christy Dawn regularly supports local LA initiatives, like a fundraiser to open the first and only organic grocery store in the South Central Los Angeles food desert. 

Available:  Christy Dawn

10. REFORMATION

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About Reformation

Reformation is one of our favorite fast fashion alternatives for just about everything.

Naturally, that includes garments for more sustainable weddings.

They have a range of wedding outfits for every woman and occasion, including affordable ethical wedding dresses and unconventional but elegant jumpsuits. 

Reformation’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Reformation’s dresses are made with materials like deadstock (cotton, nylon, rayon), recycled polyester, and organic cotton.

Virgin viscose (rayon) is also used a fair bit. While this wood pulp-based semi-synthetic isn’t one of our favorite fabrics due to harsh chemicals involved in the processing, theirs is at least sourced from sustainably managed forests. Still, opt for deadstock if you can.

The majority of Reformation’s dyeing partners are certified by bluesign® or OEKO-Tex 100, meaning they don’t use toxic chemicals. 

Supply chain & labor practices: 

With 28 factories of their own in downtown Los Angeles, Reformation is able to provide ethical wedding dresses that are USA-made

Although some manufacturing takes place abroad in India, Turkey, and China. 

Regardless of where something is made, Reformation has a strict Code of Conduct, and all of their employees are paid a living wage. 

Green business practices: 

Currently Water Neutral and Climate Neutral, Reformation offsets their whole carbon footprint. By 2025, however, the brand will be climate positive. 

As a Circular Fashion System Commitment member, they’re working on more circular practices and currently recycle 75% of their garbage and textile scraps. 

The certified Green America Business uses recycled-content, eco friendly office supplies (including eco friendly toilet paper), and renewable energy whenever possible. They also use compostable and recycled LDPE bags for packaging. 

Inclusivity:

Sizes run 0-12 in most styles, but for ethical plus size clothing up to size 24, see their plus-size range.

75% of the brand’s management team are women or people from underrepresented populations. 

Community & charitable giving:

The Reformation Relief Fund was developed to support team members facing significant financial hardship. 

They also regularly collaborate with local sustainability-focused collaborations and provide four paid volunteer days a year for employees. 

On staff birthdays, a donation to TreePeople is made in their name. 

Available:  Reformation

11. MIRANDA BENNETT STUDIO

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About Miranda Bennett Studio

Miranda Bennett Studio is pioneering some picture-perfect eco friendly wedding dresses. 

Based in Austin, Texas, they use natural materials, USA factories, and zero waste practices to ensure their range of dresses, tops, bottoms, layers, and accessories are worth saying “yes” to. 

They also have more casual (but still equally beautiful) sustainable wedding dresses that can be worn long after saying “I do.” 

Miranda Bennett Studio’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Natural, plant-based fabrics are the materials of choice. These include linen, silk, organic cotton, and a cotton-lyocell blend.

While white is certainly the color of the day, any colors are achieved through non-toxic plant dyes from sources like wood, roots, fruits, seeds, and more. 

Only their black fabrics are conventionally dyed (though still low-impact).

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Everything is designed, cut, and sewn in-house in Austin, Texas. This ensures their all-woman team receives safe working conditions, fair wages, and competitive benefits.

Green business practices: 

Miranda Bennett Studio diverts 100% of its textile waste from landfills. Some they use in their own products while others get donated to local Austin organizations.

As per their #TheFutureIsCircular program, they offer a take-back program to ensure their apparel is properly disposed of at the end of its life (in exchange for a discount!). 

Because they use non-toxic dyes, it’s safe for waterways. 

The plants used for these dyes are either sourced as industry byproducts (i.e. sawdust and agriculture scraps) or grown in a refugee-run regenerative organic farm in Texas called New Leaf Agriculture.

Their mailers are made from recycled materials.

Inclusivity:

The female-founded brand is independently owned.

Many garments come in sizes 0-5 (which fits sizes 00-32).  

They are truly impressive in regard to their inclusive imaging. You’ll find models of all sizes, races, and even ages. After all, you’re never too old to have the wedding of your dreams!

Available:  Miranda Bennett Studio

12. WEAR YOUR LOVE

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About Wear Your Love

Wear Your Love is calling all free-spirited brides. 

Since everything is made-to-order, it comes without the traditional bridal shop mark-up. This means they have some of the best affordable ethical wedding dresses to flow down aisles and forest paths alike.

Considering an ever-more-popular nature elopement wedding?

Don’t do it without Wear Your Love’s stunning, nature-inspired dresses.

Wear Your Love’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Organic and luxury fabrics are en vogue for this brand. This means primarily organic cotton is used, combined with French lace and English tulle. 

While they also use natural silk chiffon, all dresses can be made vegan by opting for vegan chiffon instead. 

Supply chain & labor practices: 

These wedding dresses are handmade from start-to-finish in the brand’s Northern California studio. Everyone is paid fairly and protected under the US’s labor laws.

Green business practices: 

Half of the remnant scraps are donated to local schools, while the other half goes to a textile recycling facility to be turned into things like furniture cushions and carpet pads. 

Inclusivity:

Made-to-order dresses mean that all body shapes and sizes are catered to. By taking 18 different measurements, you’re sure to find that perfect fit for your perfect day (at no additional cost).

Available:  Wear Your Love

13. PURE MAGNOLIA

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About Pure Magnolia

Choose kindness, style, comfort, and sustainability by becoming a Pure Magnolia bride. 

Driven by values like responsible sourcing, natural fabrics, local production, waste reduction, and fair wages, the “big day” can also be sustainable and ethical.

The eco friendly wedding dresses from Canada are perfect “for the bride who expects more”.

Pure Magnolia’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Tulle, voile (a lightweight cotton/polyester fabric), velvet, mesh, crepe, lace, and cotton silk are commonly used, along with our favorite choice: organic cotton. 

Because they “stay away from synthetic fabrics”, recycled fabric is used whenever possible for any synthetics in the list above.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Pure Magnolia writes, “we think that every fashion company, big or small, has a responsibility to society to make ethical choices that don’t just reflect the bottom line.”

This starts with responsible sourcing which is why they research exactly where the fabrics come from and how they’re produced.

All dresses are made in-house and team members receive fair wages. 

Green business practices: 

Scrap fabric is reused when cutting new pieces, anything in excess is responsibly recycled by FABCYCLE.

Inclusivity:

All brides can feel like a princess in the 0-28 size range from Pure Magnolia.

Available:  Pure Magnolia

14. THE SUMMER HOUSE

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About The Summer House

For some beauty rest before the big day, The Summer House can provide ethical pajamas.

But this Indian brand can also provide something all-white and super sustainable for the wedding itself. 

If your dream dress is a little white wedding dress that’s fair trade, modest, and unique, The Summer House is a nice place (site) to visit. They write:

“We are what we choose. The Summer House chooses to be a catalyst for a kinder, cleaner world one responsible thread at a time.”

The Summer House’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

These eco-friendly wedding dresses are always made from 100% cotton, and often from 100% GOTS-certified organic cotton.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

The undyed fabric is sourced, block printed, and manufactured in India. 

The last leg of production happens in their own studio, where their 21 artisans receive fair wages and have access to skills training. 

They partner with local NGOs to provide job assistance to vulnerable craft communities, helping them move away from exploitative practices. 

Green business practices: 

Slow fashion-friendly techniques like hand weaving and hand block printing cut down on emissions and help to keep ancient Indian crafting techniques alive.

Inclusivity:

Sizes run from XS-XL.

Available:  The Summer House

15. INDIEBRIDE

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About Indiebride

London’s Indiebride wants to help you find your dream dress, whatever that may be.

Long dresses, short dresses, and wedding accessories are the big offerings here, but there’s no limit to the style variety in each.

Everything is beautifully bohemian and will help keep our planet more beautiful, too. 

Indiebride’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Natural materials like organic ramie (a linen-like fiber), peace silk, and cotton are prioritized, though deadstock fabric, lace, and recycled PET are also used. 

You might also see some virgin polyester and nylon in some dresses that we recommend avoiding.

This is easy to do here since each product description includes a breakdown of materials, as well as where they’re sourced. 

Supply chain & labor practices: 

All dresses are handcrafted in a studio in South London. There’s no mass production here. Each dress typically takes 18-20 weeks to make.

In fact, since most of their lace is also made in the UK, you can get a product 100% UK-made, from materials to finish product.

Green business practices: 

This slooooowww production process ensures fabric scraps are kept to a minimum. Off-cuts that are produced are donated or used to embellish a sash, veil, or headpiece.

Inclusivity:

UK sizes 8-16 (US 4-12) are available. If your dress doesn’t fit just right, they offer alteration services.

Female-founded Indiebride is the product of designer and dressmaker Miina Laitsaari.

Available:  Indiebride

HOW WE FOUND THESE ETHICAL WEDDING DRESSES

We’re betrothed to sustainable and ethical fashion, which is why we considered the following when looking for eco friendly and ethical wedding dresses. 

Vintage and rental options speak for themselves in terms of sustainability—but for anything created “new”, you may have noticed a few more points on our checklist.

Materials: 

Just as vintage, used, and secondhand dresses are the most sustainable, often the best materials are those already in existence (especially when it comes to wedding dresses that often contain large amounts of synthetic fabrics).

That’s why we look for deadstock, vintage, and recycled versions of things like lace, rayon, nylon, and polyester.

We were also pleased to find natural and semi-synthetic fabrics are walking down to Canon in D Major: TENCEL lyocell and modal, cupro (cotton-based silk), regenerative and organic cotton, linen, organic ramie (similar to linen), and peace silk.

Supply chain and labor practices: 

We want you to tie the knot without getting your stomach in knots over ethical concerns. 

Thus we look for proof of safe and supportive working environments, the provision of fair or living wages, and benefits to support garment workers “in sickness and in health”.

Green business practices: 

In the manufacturing stage, local supply chains and the use of handcrafting and other traditional techniques reduce emissions.

Practices to make use of fabric scraps or properly recycle them, circular initiatives to accept old garments, climate positive companies (through farming and offsets), and the use of renewable energy help to make that white dress a little greener.

Inclusivity:

We know inclusivity means size, but it means more than that, too.

In addition to seeing extended and petite sizing, it’s great to see consideration of anti-racism actions, women-owned companies, and management teams made up of people from underrepresented populations.

Community & charitable giving: 

Donations to local/international organizations and paid volunteer days for staff help to support all of the people not included on the guest list. 


FINAL THOUGHTS ON ECO FRIENDLY AND ETHICAL WEDDING DRESSES

Congrats on finding your perfect partner! 

Now we just hope this list will help you find the perfect ethical wedding dress to stun him, her or them.

If you’re going to be wearing a dress for just a single day, something ‘new to you’ from a thrift store or vintage is best. 

For something new, it’s heart-warming to see many brands committed to eco-materials and ethical supply chains. White has truly never looked so green.

PS: Don’t forget to scope out some sexy sustainable lingerie to go underneath for after the reception 😉

Oh and ethical swimwear for that honeymoon… 

If love is in the air and you know someone who will be walking down the aisle, standing beside you on your special day, or sniffling in the audience, share this article with them!


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