Whether you are going back to the office full-time, transitioning to a flexible work experience, or just looking for something more formal to wear at home, Fox Holt understands the desire to find some new workwear. What is out there that is stylish, work-appropriate, and sustainable, though? In this shopping guide, we highlight three brands making sustainable workwear that will meet your and your manager’s requirements.

Bastet Noir:

What screams business casual more than a well-fitted blazer? This waste-free brand offers various styles and colors for the perfect blazer to add to your wardrobe. And, each Bastet Noir piece is made-to-order, so you can be sure it will fit you like a dream. If you are not much of a blazer person, don’t worry. Bastet Noir makes everything from floor-length ball gowns to colorful sweat sets. Wherever your workday takes you, this ethical brand can dress you for the occasion.

The Diane Dress
The Diane Dress
The Sylvia Blazer
The Sylvia Blazer
The Winona Blazer
The Winona Blazer

Lahive:

Using leftover fabric, biodegradable packaging, and local production, Lahive stands out from other Los Angeles-based brands. The brand’s unique silhouettes and bold material choices ensure that you will never blend in with the other office drab. Look here for a fashionable take on the blue and white stripe button-down or a holiday party midi dress.

CELINE Boyfriend Button-down Shirt in Blue/White/Gold Stripe
Celine Boyfriend Button-Down
Going Back to the Office? How to Dress Stylishly and Sustainably
Zoe Bodycon Knit Dress in Black
Going Back to the Office? How to Dress Stylishly and Sustainably
Lazzaro Cropped Cherry Chocolate Palazzo Pant

Hozen:

Going back to the office, or just relocating to a coffee shop for a few hours, usually means having to lug a lot of stuff around. That is where Hozen steps in to help you get your laptop from home to work and back again. These vegan bags are produced in small batches at a fair wage factory in Los Angeles. They are handmade using impressive craftsmanship that ties back to Hermes. The critical difference between the luxury handbag brand and Hozen is the commitment to sustainability. Hozen donates 10% of profits to Mercy for Animals and prides itself on being fully transparent with customers. These bags are the perfect accessory to any sustainable work outfit.

Going Back to the Office? How to Dress Stylishly and Sustainably
Drawstring Bucket in Onyx
Going Back to the Office? How to Dress Stylishly and Sustainably
Cinch Backpack in Frog
Going Back to the Office? How to Dress Stylishly and Sustainably
Stubby Duffel in Ecru

For more sustainable workwear, check out the Designers page to shop Fox Holt supported labels.