With lockdown restrictions easing on April 12th and the majority of the UK’s music festivals now sold out, we’ve collated perfect styles which will have you ready to face the world again in the most sustainable way possible. From jackets to keep you dry while you pitch your tent to waterproofs to battle the April showers. Here is some ethical outerwear.


Maium has released new styles for SS21 and added a range of classic and vibrant colours to their popular and quite literal original style, the Original. The Trench and Mac are the latest additions for Maium. The classic silhouette is well known and loved by many but this option may have a slight advantage – it’s completely waterproof, perfect for a Spring day when sudden downpours are likely. The new colours for the Original scream festival season, lightweight and again waterproof it is the undeniable addition to your outfit. As always, Maium is a sustainable brand, vegan, cruelty-free and all their products are made from recycled PET bottles.

Mauim Ethical Outerwear


Sustainable streetwear brand WAWWA has released some perfect outerwear pieces for spring, summer and beyond. The Drake Overshirt shows that streetwear can be smart while the Field Jacket is an ideal piece for layering on chilly nights. The Pollard is a festival must, or even for casual days out. Protection from drizzle and easily foldable means this is a durable seasonal staple. WAWWA’s classic neutral tones are great for those who aren’t into colour and relaxed, comfortable fits are unmatched for any size or gender. WAWWA is made in the UK, sustainable, vegan and made with organic materials.

Wawwa outerwear


As we slowly start getting back to normality, it’s not surprising that we’re all a little more conscious of germs and bacteria than ever before. Attirecare is a Manchester-based brand that focuses on making products that look after your favourite things (garments, shoes). They strive on sourcing harmless, sustainable ingredients and all products are ethically made, environmentally friendly and do exactly what they say on the tin. From the sanitising hand mist, which will be useful on all journeys from now on, to the cleaning solution, perfect for those festival trashed shoes to the garment spray, keeping your clothes not only smelling fresh but also making them last longer.