Fair Fashion Friday : The sustainable winter jacket edit

Fair Fashion Friday : The sustainable winter jacket edit

Its Fair Fashion Friday!

Every Friday we post some sustainable style inspo. Whether you are looking for fashion that is fair trade, ethical or vegan friendly, we’ve got you covered.

We’ve recently had snow here in the UK which has prompted us to update our wardrobe with something practical! Often the down that fills puffer jackets comes from birds that are plucked whilst alive, and lots of the big brand names also use real fur trims. Here at The Eco Edit we like to look at brands that promote cruelty free and sustainable production, so here is a round up of some vegan friendly puffers and ethical, insulated, winter coats. Sound good? Read on…

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Vegan friendly Puffer from Everlane

Super warm and practical, yet vegan AND purse friendly, this puffer from Everlane is ticking all the boxes for doing snow in style.

  • Available in pink, navy, burgundy and black
  • $88
  • Available from the Everlane website

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Recycled synthetic filling from Patagonia

With a 100% recycled outer and 55% recycled materials insulation, this water resistant jacket ticks all the boxes for a conscious consumer.

  • From £166
  • Available in black, pink, white, silver, blue.
  • Highly compressible and folds away into a handy bag
  • Available from the Patagonia website

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Vegan friendly and recycled puffer jackets from Ecoalf

With a filling that uses vegan friendly Primaloft lining (known as the worlds best alternative to down) and an outer made from recycled fishing nets, this may just be the most ethical puffer jacket on the market!

  • Available in navy, green, white, burgundy and black
  • Available in mens too
  • $276
  • Available from the Ecoalf website

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Vegan friendly parka from Hemp Hoodlamb

Made with a hemp outer, organic cotton lining, vegan friendly down and faux-fur trim, this stylish parka is an ethical fashionistas must have winter purchase!

  • Available in green, black, grey and navy
  • Mens available too
  • $350
  • Available from the Hoodlamb website 


And though not vegan, a more sustainable, ethical option…


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Recycled Down Puffer from Patagonia

Thought not vegan, a more ethical alternative to new down is Patagonia’s offering of jackets made with recycled down.

  • Recycled down jacket £340
  • Available in black, grey, green
  • Mens also available
  • Available from the Patagonia website 


Which of these coats is your favourite, are there any brands I’ve missed here?

Let me know in the comments below.

Roxy x





  1. Sharyn khan
    22nd December 2017 / 9:16 am

    I am pretty sure that even recycled down is Not vegan.
    Being vegan is not wearing eating or anything which comes from animals birds reptiles insects fish or sea creatures

    • Roxy
      22nd December 2017 / 9:20 am

      Hi Sharyn, thanks for your comment and you are entirely correct, it is not vegan. I have included it, as I know some of my readers are not vegan, and as someone who greatly cares about animal welfare, I would prefer it if someone purchased recycled down, than new, which they can only do if they are informed of it. When I came across it, I felt it would be right to present that ‘more ethical’ option. Thanks so much for taking the time to read and comment. Best wishes, Roxy.

    • Roxy
      22nd December 2017 / 9:30 am

      I have changed the wording on the post to make it clear. Thanks again for your comment!

      • Sharyn khan
        22nd December 2017 / 10:57 am

        Hi Roxy
        Thank you for your reply.
        I love your postings they keep me informed and are very useful.

        • Roxy
          27th December 2017 / 9:36 pm

          Thankyou so much Sharyn, that is great to hear and really means a lot. I hope you have a wonderful New Year! All the best. Roxy

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