All Ethical Shopping

ethical shopping in the uk - find simply beautiful homeware, beauty, gifts and more all made with care for the environment in the UK by hand-picked British makers and independents

Enjoy ethical shopping from hand-picked UK makers and independents offering simply beautiful goods & gifts to feel good about. From natural plastic-free and zero waste ethical beauty to sustainable fashion made in Britain, ethical homeware, Sustainable British Flowers, ethical gifts and more, we make it easy for you to shop ethical and help make a difference to the well-being of our world.

We make it easy for you to shop ethical UK – browse our hand-picked directory to find – and buy directly from – independent makers, growers and producers all creating goods made with care. Because ethical shopping has never been more important than it is right now.

We all need to make the best choices we can when deciding what we buy and what we don’t. Instead of supporting fast and big business, we say support local, independent and sustainable for the well-being of our planet and our local economies. Buying ethical goods made in Britain makes more eco-sense than goods flown long distances.

Support ethical shopping: sustainable, seasonal, slow and local. Because something made with love and care is worth so much more than something destined for landfill in next to no time.

Feel good about helping to make a difference and take care of our planet for the future. We are all responsible and can all make a difference by the choices we make.

We are adding new ethical makers, growers and producers to the directory all the time, so be sure to check back soon and discover our latest finds! X

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    Beyond Nine

    Beyond Nine made in the UK and Portugal About Beyond Nine During my first pregnancy, I despaired at the lack of choice for maternity clothes. I found that many maternity clothes were made from cheap materials and often featured skin tight cuts. They were designed to be worn during pregnancy Read more [...]

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    Colenimo

    About Colenimo Our aim is to create timeless, elegant, quality clothing. We love traditional fabrics, strong women, modern shapes and vintage details. Colenimo is committed to making in the UK. All woven pieces are produced in London and fabric is sourced in England. Colenimo founder Aya Nakagawa A graduate of Read more [...]

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    Pajotten clothing

    Pajotten is a British clothing brand formed in 2016 by Rebecca Barton and Ben Sears. About Pajotten You are central to everything we do, and because we are a small, slow fashion brand we can offer real help and flexibility when giving you the clothes you want; offering free swatches Read more [...]

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    Bug clothing

    Bug clothing was founded in East London by Amy Ward. Seeking the objective to create garments by hand that reflect the ideology that we should all buy less and admire quality and consideration over quantity. Bug clothing materials Using only natural fibres as the foundation of our garments, each piece Read more [...]

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    Ren London

    Ren London – About us An independent label based in East London, making clothing with a slow and considered approach. Our collections are small, manufactured locally and crafted using carefully sourced natural fibre fabrics. We believe in a mindful approach to fashion and aim to offer more sustainable alternatives without Read more [...]

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    Bee Good skincare

    Bee Good – Producers of award-winning natural skincare “made by British bees”. Our passion drives everything we do at Bee Good and was born out of our love of bees and the natural world to produce a range of products for all skin types. “We are as passionate about protecting Read more [...]

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    Wild Seed Botanicals

    Wild Seed Botanicals   Wild Seed Botanicals is founded on two main philosophies: (1) we believe that nature is all encompassing, has the power to heal, nourish and restore.  As a result, we desire to co-create with nature a range of products that are simply seed to skin. (2) Moving away from mainstream Read more [...]