With winter weather approaching quickly it’s time to evaluate one of the most important pieces in our winter wardrobes this year. Our winter jackets.
Winter wear or outerwear, in general, is usually not the easiest to find. It can be tough to find something warm, in your style, in your price range and one that matches your ethical standards.
So whether you experience mild winters, wet winters or cold winters, there’s a jacket for you on this list!
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Ethical Winter Jackets:
1. Everlane the ReNew long puffer
Made from 100% recycled polyester and 60 renewed plastic water bottles, this coat is water-resistant and perfect for frigid breezes this winter season.
2. Patagonia Radalie water repellent insulated parka
Designed with recycled thermogreen insulation, this coat is made for keeping the cold out and the heat in making it perfect for all climates including lots of outdoor winter activities!
3. Reformation Holland Trench coat
While this coat may not be suited for snowstorms don’t underestimate its ability to keep you warm. This trench is perfect for milder, but still, chilly climates with it’s doubled breasted design and buckled cuffs.
4. Everlane cocoon coat
For a dressier option, try this wool cocoon coat from Everlane, made ethically in Vietnam. You’ll feel snug and warm just like a caterpillar in a cocoon.
5. Frank and Oak the Skye recycled wool coat
This gorgeous burned orange coat is the perfect piece for standing out all winter long. It’s made from recycled wool and is wind resistant ensuring you’ll be toasty warm all season!
There you have it! 5 Ethical winter jackets from amazing brands that are looking out for the planet and you! Which one is your favorite? Let me know down below!
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