What makes this brand sustainable?
At Eugenie, we do the research to make it easy to find products that you can feel good about purchasing, using, and wearing.
Our team dives deep into the sustainability of each designer we carry so you can be confident that your purchases make a positive impact on the world.
We know sustainability can be a nuanced and complex topic, so we broke it down for you in a way that is simple and easy to understand.
Hope for Flowers maintains a personal relationship with their manufacturers and exclusively uses manufacturers who pay their workers a living wage. Additionally, Hope for Flowers offers accessible community enrichment classes for youth and adults centered around sustainable textiles.
This brand places significant emphasis on ethical sourcing and sustainable materials, particularly by primarily utilizing organic cotton, organic linen, Tencel Lyocell, and Cupro. Tracy Reese explicitly resists using any leather or polyester in her Hope for Flowers garments.
Emerick Blazer, Black
A soft, draped blazer with a subtly tailored waist and voluminous sleeves
Organic Cotton Asymmetric Tank, White
A guaranteed high-rotation favorite that pairs with anything
Wedge Boot, Black
Meet the unconventional but timeless big sister to the classic wedge