Beyond Skin have been making vegan shoes since 2001 and they're one of Domestic Sluttery's favourite shoe brands. Not only are they stylish, Beyond Skin also keep prices pretty low - these navy and silver platforms are £153 (and these beautiful coral pumps are £135). Not quite high street prices but not so expensive that you'll have to consider selling a kidney to buy them (probably not all that ethical). Want more shoe options? Toms' One For One scheme gives a pair of shoes to someone in need for every pair that they sell. And don't forget Melissa, the fashion bloggers' favourite, are also vegan. Some of their shoes smell of bubblegum. I still don't know why.
Oh, People Tree. Let me count the ways that I love you. Actually, a lot of the ways are very Orla Keily-based so that'll make counting a bit easier. Right at the top of my list is this lovebird dress, which is £110. BUT, before you all get mad at me for spending all of your money, the People Tree sales are fabulous. This excellent boat dress is just £37.50.
We've featured a couple of ethical lingerie brands previously - Life's Not Fair But My Knickers Are might have a wordy name but they offer smalls in Fairtrade, organic cotton. They're available from Saumarez who only work with ethical lingerie brands.
As if they weren't fabulous enough already, Ayton Gasson have their own eco friendly lingerie range! They were already tickling my fancy with their reclaimed Nottingham lace, but their eco range uses organic cottons and peace silk methods so the silkworms can transform into moths. If you're on the look out for something a little more casual, Luva Huva hand make all of their lingerie in the UK.
While we're on the topic of ethical silk, wedding gown company Minna offer their whole range in Peace silk. That's fabulous. So is this short weddng dress - oh my goodness, the sleeves. I think I just want it for parties. Prices for Minna wedding dresses are kicking around the £400-500 mark. That's very reasonable indeed.
Nancy Dee tick loads of ethical boxes. Their pieces are made in the UK, from sustainable fabrics and organic cottons. I do wish the dresses in the range were modelled a little better - the photos don't really do the clothes justice, but here's a perfect wear-every-single-day-throughout-summer maxi dress. It's £99.
Melie Binaco are an interesting brand. Their handbags are vegan and sold at the incredibly excellent ethical boutique Fashion Conscience. They're eco friendly as well as being animal friendly so they care about the chemicals used in their fabrics. All high street shops do faux leather but you don't really know much else about the materials aside from that. This bag might be £82, but you can be certain of its ethical credentials. They're actually based in LA and I'm really, really hoping this clutch bag makes it into their UK selection.
Lowie has been a firm Sluttery favourite for a long time, they even popped up in our nautical fashion feature last week. They do their best to pay their small manufacturers and hand makers a fair price which often means small production runs and limited edition pieces. I do wish that above outfit was a cute little dress, but it's actually a silk top and a lace-trimmed skirt. Both are adorable.
I blimmin' love We Wood. Their designs are amazing. For every wooden watch they sell, they plant a tree. That's good wood maths.
Fair & True are a little erm... enthusiastic with their use of bold prints. Basically, you're going to love them or hate them. Still, a Fair Trade cotton bikini for £35 is not to be sniffed at. (Stop sniffing bikinis, that's really weird.) That's actually a bigger selection on Fashion Conscience than there is in their own online shop.
Komodo have been creating ethical and organic clothing since 1988 (I was six!) They're a little more grown up than my usual style, but I do like what they're doing. I really love this floral jumpsuit. It's Rayon so it's made from tree cellulose and it'll suit someone petite, skinny and without tits (so basically NOT BLOODY ME). Also, I have no clue what's going on with this cardigan, but I think I like it.
Braintree might be a little floaty floaty for me (I do not do tunics), but I do like this maxi dress. It's made with 70% bamboo and it's good for your wallet as well as the planet - it's only £49.50.
No slave labour. No child labour. No blood. No sweat. No tears. Monkey Genes' tagline really hits home. Their jeans start at £40, I've just bought a pair.
...this beautiful grey dress. Both, probably. Everything. It's so good to see ethical clothing that's affordable and fashionable. Like these brands? Support them and show them a little love. And please do share any other ethical brands that we may not have heard of. There's some great ethical fashion in the UK and we should really start shouting about it.