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I just noticed that Nordstrom has a big section devoted to sustainable style, and I was intrigued to find Treasure & Bond in there — I’m drooling over a number of their affordable-but-cute basics anyway, including (pictured) this off-shoulder pullover.
(T&B is included because they donate a portion of their profits to a charitable organization — in this case, giving “2.5% of net sales to organizations that serve youth experiencing homelessness with supportive services, a safe environment, growth opportunities, and more.” You can read more about which brands are included and why in this Business Insider article.)
I like that the pullover is a little sexy and edgy but still easy — perfect for a date (Zoom, house date, or otherwise!) or catch-up with friends. It’s also nice that it comes in a zillion colors, and regular and plus sizes.
The sweater is $69 full price at Nordstrom. It’s listed as “hand wash” which for me would mean “sweater bag with Woolite on delicate cycle, then lay flat.”
(Slightly related because these are nice options from the same brand: Why am I such a sucker for ombre as well as slightly interesting sweatshirts? Sigh.)
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(If you’re hunting for other eco-friendly clothes to wear to work, check out major brands like Boden, Eileen Fisher, H&M Conscious, Karen Kane, Theory, and Ted Baker — and obviously a ton of weekend brands like Patagonia, prAna, Fair Indigo and Girlfriend Collective. You can also check out smaller brands like Amour Vert, Cuyana, Everlane, Emerson Fry, Grana, Reformation and Wallis Evera.
For ethical fashion brands in plus sizes, check out Eileen Fisher, Ulla Popken, Hours and MadeTrade.)
Workwear Sales of Note (as of 2-26-21)