Lower Impact Fashion Is The New Way To Shop

Helping the planet and looking cute aren’t mutually exclusive. 🌎

The newest fashion trends can be cute and sustainable. Fashion companies are actively making great strides to reduce their carbon footprint while they produce cutting edge pieces.

Princess Polly is one of those companies committed to serving looks and lowering their environmental impact, all at the same time. With all of their sustainability efforts making a real difference, you can shop without worrying about the harm your clothes might be causing.

We’ve broken down exactly what lower impact fashion is and why you should be shopping it exclusively ASAP. Plus, when you shop with Princess Polly and Student Beans, you can save even more money with every purchase you make. 

What Is Lower Impact Fashion?

If you’re reading this and wondering what “lower impact fashion” actually means in terms of sustainability, we’ve got the answer.

Princess Polly’s lower impact fashion range is, on average, created with 80% lower impact materials, but all items in this range must consist of at least 50%. That means not just anything gets the Princess Polly seal of approval. So when you see that Lower Impact badge on the website, you know it’s the real deal.

Read through Princess Polly’s Sustainability Glossary here

How To Shop More Sustainably

If you’re all about keeping up with the latest trends, making more sustainable choices is easy, when you know what to look for.

Keep an eye out for these lower impact materials!

  • Organic Materials:
    • Cotton
    • Linen
    • Hemp
  • Recycled Materials:
    • Cotton
    • Metal
    • Polyester
    • Nylon
    • PU
    • Plastic
  • Water-Based Materials:
    • PU
  • Forest-Friendly Materials:
    • Livaeco by Birla Cellulose™

For more on why these materials are more sustainable, check out Princess Polly’s handy guide here.

The Best Lower Impact Fashion From Princess Polly

1. Analisa Eco Nylon Long Sleeve Mini Dress Slate – $55.00

Look no further, your new go-to long sleeve dress is here. Dress it up or dress it down, but always expect compliments. Plus, it’s made with fabric that would have otherwise ended up in a landfill! Win-win.

2. Archer Pants — $65.00

Business-chic, is the look for winter 2022. Grab a pair of these staple pants and sport the trend like a pro. Made with 95% recycled polyester, the Archer pants are an influencer favorite, and we can see why!

3. Abe Puffer Jacket  – $115.00

Everyone needs a super cozy puffer to live in once the weather gets cold out, and we love this addition to the Princess Polly Lower Impact range. Made from discarded plastic bottles, fabrics and other single-use products, the Abe Puffer Jacket can be mixed and matched a million times.

4. Barossa Eco Nylon Crossbody Bag — $50.00

Complete your ‘fit in seconds and add a lower impact accessory to your wardrobe! Created with 60% recycled nylon, this is the perfect bag for everyday wear. This crossbody style is a must-have this season.

5. Promenade Top Pink  — $43.00

Your next night out deserves this fit! The Promenade top ticks all the boxes: cute, lower impact and versatile. Don’t sleep on this one!

100% By 2030

Princess Polly is committed to making on-trend fashion more sustainable and accessible to everyone by creating their products with lower environmental impact. So far, 20% of the Princess Polly range is made with lower impact materials, with that number set to reach 100% by 2030.

Their goal is to also be 100% carbon neutral by the year 2030, and they’re well on their way to meeting that goal. Plus, 100% of their factories have a valid ethical manufacturing audit, and 100% of their packaging is recycled and recyclable.

Read more about their mission statement here!

Save on all your lower impact fashion at Princess Polly when you shop with Student Beans

Looking for even more fashion finds? Scroll through even more sustainable fashion inspo from Princess Polly! And don’t forget to check out the Pokémon x Crocs limited edition collab!

This post is a sponsored post in partnership with Princess Polly.

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