To celebrate America’s Independence Day, I thought it would be fitting to ensure today’s fashion was head to toe, made in the USA. It can be difficult finding products (especially vegan shoes) but once you know where to look, you’ll soon see their are many beautiful American eco brands available that will still make your shopping experiences fun and most importantly leave you looking stylish and stunning!
Happy Fourth of July to all US readers!
Bella Top – Mountains of the Moon
made from hemp + organic cotton
Nothing could be better than a sun quenched, pretty yellow top right now. I love the boat neckline and triangle detail of this Bella top, designed by Melissa Baswell.
Bluebelle Jeans – Del Forte
Del Forte lead the organic denim pack with their flattering styles and eco credentials. The jeans are made in LA and this Bluebelle design is especially popular.
Model T Tote Classic – English Retreads
Made in Boulder, Colorado
You can’t go wrong with a black bag and English Retread’s amazing selection of bags made from inner tubes couldn’t be better. This Model T Tote Classic is so slick with its rivet detailing and straps made from seat belts!
Size 5 High Walnut Wedge Sandals – Mohop
Handmade in Chicago by Annie Mohaupt
Made from wood, recycled rubber and faux suede
Here’s a chance to pop into a pair of Mohop shoes that are on sale at Etsy. These wooden soled shoes are incredible and so unique. They come with 5 different ribbons which can be laced onto the shoe to suit your style and mood. Love them!
Arcs Ring – Kirsten Muenster
San Francisco / recycled sterling silver
I’m such a fan of Kirsten Muenster’s gorgeous oversized eco rings, particularly her Cast Silver collection. It’s hard to pick a favourite but this ring has a great quirky / chic thing going on that I love.
Pop Rock & Roll Earrings – Millie Hilgert
Handmade in Boise, Idaho / old vinyl records
Such a stunning purple colour that would clash in the best way possible with the sunshine Bella top from Mountains of the Moon.
Vintage Kimono Eyeglass Case – Designed by Aya
Made in San Francisco / vintage kimono fabric
I don’t really need an eyeglass case but I thought this sweet kimono case would be ideal as a little coin purse or for stashing small knick knacks.