Wearwell partners with brands that are serious about style and impact.
Discover and buy your favorite outfits from brands paying living wages to the garment workers and artisans who made them and choosing materials that are better for our planet. Learn more about what we mean by impact.
In your monthly curated selection, you’ll see clothing and accessories from our trusted brands such as these:
Dorsu creates wardrobe essentials that are anything but basic. With a focus on ease of wear, quality construction, and intelligent use of resources, this BIPOC-owned brand designs and manufactures all pieces using remnant fabrics from Cambodia’s garment industry. Workers are provided a safe, fair, and supportive work environment and the company seeks to set an example within the Cambodian and global garment industry.
Partnering with five fair-trade cooperatives in India and Nepal, Mata Traders offers safe and supportive factory environments for their artisans, allowing them to earn fair wages. Instead of assembly line production, artisans craft each piece from start to finish in small workshops or even from the comfort of their homes. Often, these artisans use hand embroidery techniques on top of block printed fabrics.
O My Bag
O My Bag is an eco-leather brand making sophisticated bags that are made to last. They have long-standing relationships with their producers and conduct weekly check-ins to ensure ethical practices. To minimize waste, they use leather that is a byproduct of existing meat & dairy industries and tanned with vegetables. And, if it couldn’t get better, all cotton used in their products is 100% GOTS-certified organic.
This woman-owned brand is all about zero waste and fair fashion. Tonlé’s process sources scrap waste from mass manufacturers and utilizes every last piece of thread to make their designs. This commitment to ethics extends from their production process to the supportive workplace environment they have built so their employees can express themselves freely, learn new skills, and gain confidence in all that they do.
Maelu combines artisan craftsmanship with contemporary patterns and silhouettes. Each garment is designed in Portland and handmade in India using block printing, screen printing, and hand weaving as well as natural fibers and vegetable dyes. Not only does this BIPOC- and woman-owned brand donate a portion of profits back into the communities they work with, their production partners with an NGO that fights for gender equality.
SOKO makes modern and timeless statement jewelry using high-quality recycled and reclaimed materials as well as handmade and hand-painted ceramic beads. This woman-led, Black-owned, and certified B-Corp brand uses mobile technology to link Kenyan artisans directly to the global market through a decentralized manufacturing platform. The result: a 5x increase in the artisan’s earnings that has a ripple effect on economic growth in communities.
This relentlessly sustainable brand envisions a future where clothing contributes to a world where both people and our planet prosper. Outerknown is transforming the apparel industry by driving innovative design, embracing circularity in their model, and championing fair labor. Over 90% of the fibers they source are organic, recycled, or regenerated; plus, they have been accredited by the Fair Labor Association since day one.
Focusing on a holistic approach to poverty alleviation, this woman-owned brand and non-profit empowers rural Guatemalan women to become entrepreneurs. Mercado Global’s business trainings, low-interest micro-loans, and leadership programs help artisans create community businesses. On average, 73% of the artisans have access to food and nutrition they need, 64% have a personal bank account, and 99% of their children are enrolled in school.
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