Ethical accessories are a great way to update your wardrobe for the season ahead without having to buy new clothes every season. Ethical accessories are a great way to add a little interest to an outfit with plenty of unique choices available which will help to create a unique look. Don’t forget to check out our fashion accessories pages for the quickest and easiest way to shop!
Here are Some of our Favourite Ethical Accessories Brands and Retailers
Adini have a range of fashion accessories to compliment their full range of including scarves, bags or jewellery which are great for accessorising work wear. They are committed to ethical manufacture and sourcing.
Amazon Life uses a range of innovative and sustainable materials including Treetap from the Amazon, organic cotton and used car tyres to create stylish bags.
Apoccas is a brand making ethically produced luxury accessories from hand-woven textiles made by artisans in the Thailand.
Aspiga stocks a wide range of ethical accessories which are especially suitable for the beach or holidays. Colourful beaded clutches made in India, African inspired jewellery and ornate sandals are just some of the beauties you will find here!
Aura Que boho style woven bags are made by community groups in Nepal.
Bibico have a great range of luxurious accessories including scarves and shawls that have been handmade under fair trade principles from natural materials.
One of the latest ethical accessories brands to be added to style-is.co.uk, Bottletop create beautiful chainmail bags and accessories using old can ring pulls. Bottletop accessories are handmade under fair trade principles. The Bottletop Foundation helps around 35,000 young people in developing countries each year with life skills and education.
By Hand was set up to help to help disadvantaged producers in Indonesia get their goods to market. They stock a range of hand made jewellery, bags and scarves.
Jewellery that has been handmade in the UK with respect for the principles set out in the ‘No Dirty Gold’ campaign and the Association for Responsible Mining (ARM). Chocolate Coutute specialises in making wedding rings.
Colin Leslie Eyewear
Colin Leslie Eyewear make eco friendly eyewear using sustainable bamboo and recycled acetate. The frames are retro style with each featuring their own bespoke pattern finish.
CRED are commited to creating exciting and forward thinking jewellery designs with an emphasis on Fair trade and transparency. They use ecological gold certified to Fairtrade and fair mined standards.
Ella Georgia has a very stylish range of ethically and sustainably sourced jewellery and accessories.
Elvis and Kresse
Elvis and Kresse innovatively recycle waste to create great accessories. They are most known for their bags and belts made from fire hoses with 50% of the profits going back to the Fire Fighters charity.
Fair + True
Fair + True Accessories are made either in London or under fair trade conditions abroad from sustainable fabrics. Their range includes knitted hats, scarves and gloves and upcycled handbags.
A collection of distinctive, hand-made, high quality accessories and women’s wear that are crafted by skilled artisans.
Delicate ethical jewellery including wedding rings, Fifi Bijoux are part of the International Jewel Tree Foundation.
Johari make fair trade jewellery with an African flavour. Each product is handmade in Kenya by Social Enterprise Johari Designs.
Hiro and Wolf
Hiro and Wolf have a range of jewellery, bags and accessories for dogs handmade by artians in the Bombolulu Workshop which improves the lives of people with physical disabilities in Kenya.
Ingle & Rhode
Ingle and Rhode is a bespoke jeweller creating ethical jewellery, we use conflict-free diamonds and fair trade precious metals.
Hovey Lee creates jewellery using 100% recycled precious metals which conform to the principles of Fair Trade Federation and the No Dirty Gold campaign guidelines.
Joanna Cave jewellery combines classic and contemporary styles made with recycled silver and ethically sourced pearls.
Katcha Bilek make tough, durable and very fashion forward handbags using locally sourced inner tubes.
Kayu is a brand that is committed to preserving the crafts of ancient Philipine crafts. Their funky raffia clutch bags are made by Filipino artisans.
Komodo are one of the pioneers of ethical and sustainable fashion. They have some beautiful knitted fashion accessories which are made from pure wool under fair trade conditions.
Kokku create delicate handmade filigree jewellery which are made by artisans specialising in the art of filigree. The brand helps to promote and preserve a traditional craft in Sardinia.
Pachacuti are another fair trade fashion pioneer. Their beautiful hats are made by women’s co-operatives in Ecuador with the weavers carry out the entire production process from weaving to finishing which provides them with a sustainable livelihood.
People Tree’s range of fair trade fashion accessories include hand knitted hats, gloves and scarves, recycled sari clutches and beautiful hand made jewellery.
Little Hill People
Little Hill People source hand made products and materials from NGO’s and self help groups in Northeast India. They sell some really unique and eye catching bags and jewellery.
MADE create hand-made fashion accessories in their African workshop providing sustainable opportunities for their Kenyan employees.
Eel skin is actually a highly sustainable alternative to leather and a by product of the feed industry. Maki use it to create high quality bags and accessories that are designed in Britain and Italy.
Maisha Collective sell beautiful hand crafted scarves made by na NGO Heshima in Kenya which empowers refugee girls and young women from DR Congo, Somalia, Ethiopia, Sudan, and Burundi.
Manumit accessories are designed in the UK and hand made under fair trade conditions by marginalised producers and artisans in the South.
Mar Y Sol
May Y Sol create colourful bags using sustainably sourced materials from the rain forests of Madagascar. The brand encourages trade not aid and economic independance.
Matt & Nat
Matt & Nat are a vegan accessories brand using sustainable and recycled materials where ever possible.
Maude & Tommy
Maude and Tommy is an ethical fashion boutiqie in York which happens to sell some lovely bags and scarves.
Melie Bianco create vegan hand bags in fashion forward styles. They are commited to ethical manufacture.
Mich Dulce hats and head wear feature at the estethica exhibition at London Fashion Week. They are made handcrafted under fair trade principles from banana fibres i the
Mirabelle fair trade jewellery boasts unusual designs and sterling silver, 22k gold plated metals, brass, semi precious stones, carved mother of pearl, wood , and shells from trusted sources.
Not only do TOMS make amazing shoes but they also now have a great range fo sunglasses aswell. For every pair of shoes or sunglasses sold TOMS will help someone in need.
Your Sutainably stocks a ranage of carefully sources products from around the world including some unusual jewellery, bags, scarves and purses.