A Boy Named Sue: 5 Must Have Staple Wardrobe Pieces

A Boy Named Sue “Sustainability and fashion are usually thought to be at complete odds with each other. In fact, eco-fashion has always been associated with hemp bags and granola shirts. But if that organic top doesn’t look good, it’s going to stay well hidden in the closet.” – Sam and Tania, founders of A Boy Named Sue

 

As travelers, fashion experts and change-making women, Sam and Tania know the truest sustainable fashion is “beautiful pieces made with integrity.”

Their online store, A Boy Named Sue, is a curated spread of simply the best clothing and accessories sustainable fashion has to offer. Their brand portfolio features labels like Royal Blush, Thu Thu, Isabell de Hillerin and White Tent, each dedicated to upholding the ethos of the sustainability triangle: Eco, Social + Local.

sustainability-triangle This store is truly a gem, and here are our favorite 5 seasonless, must have picks:

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1. Heath Silk Shirt by Partimi, on sale for $247 

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2. Shirtdress by Hien Le, on sale for $179

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3. Plaid Kilt Skirt by SVILU, $255

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4. Speckled T-Shirt Dress by Tricotage, on sale for $82

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5. Bicolor Crew Knit Sweater by SVILU, $380

 

find your favorites on A Boy Named Sue

 

 

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