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9 Sustainable Dresses for an Easy, Breezy, and Eco-Friendly Summer

Shopping for sustainable dresses is easy with our hand-picked list of options. They're cute, comfy, and eco-friendly.

Written by
Giulia Lallas

Throwing on a sustainable dress is the ultimate way to beat the heat while still looking cute. (Aside from sipping on an iced cookie butter latte, of course.) So if you fell in love with the options in our nap dress roundup and are looking for more, we've got your back.

There are so many sustainable dresses available, and we rounded up the ones you'll want to wear all summer long. No matter which kind you're a fan of—wrap dresses, maxi dresses, mini options, and beyond—there's something for everyone in our hand-picked list.

9 Sustainable Dresses to Wear This Summer

ABLE is an ethical fashion company that uses sustainable and thoughtful materials, like GOTS-certified organic cotton. This dress is currently half off (act fast!) and comes with pockets. What more could you want?

Marine Layer is on its way to becoming a certified B Corporation by 2022. The brand also proudly uses 25 custom fabrics in its clothing and has a t-shirt recycling program. This dress, which is made of Tencel Lyocell, comes in three fun prints.

PrAna hopes to make 100 percent of its products in Fair Trade certified factories by 2028. Additionally, 22 percent of its current styles are made using Bluesign certified fabrics, and the brand aims to make that 100 percent by 2024. This dress is composed of 85 percent Tencel Modal and 15 percent hemp.

Pact works with Fair Trade to guarantee safe working conditions for its employees, as well as encourage community empowerment. It uses certified GOTS cotton to make dresses like this one. It also comes in three different colors, so there's a strong chance you won't just wind up with one.

Toad&Co uses sustainable materials in its clothing, including hemp, Tencel, and recycled fabrics. This dress is made of Bluesign approved fabric, has a flattering A-line silhouette, and is said to "move and follow your curves."

Vetta makes its woven clothes in a family-run factory in New York City. This cute dress is made of 100 percent Tencel and can easily be dressed up or down, depending on your plans.

Amour Vert has planted over 340,000 trees due to its partnership with American Forests, uses compostable bags to ship its clothing, and incorporates a wide variety of sustainable fabrics into its products. Speaking of fabrics, this dress is made with organic cotton and modal.

Whimsy + Row recycles its water to dye products. Additionally, it uses a wealth of unique, eco-friendly fabrics in its clothes, such as Cupro and upcycled rayon. This dress is made of 100 percent linen and has a relaxed babydoll silhouette.

Outerknown has a comprehensive sustainability timeline on its website, which goes from its 2015 origins to its roadmap for 2030. In addition, its plans for 2025 include making 100 percent of its products circular and extending its worker protection practices. This dress comes in four colors and is completely made of organic cotton.