July 09, 2019

The Four Eco Friendly Summer Dresses We’re Wearing This Season

Summer is about spending time in the sun with family and friends, going to beaches, picnics, festivals… anything outside and we’re there! There’s no better feeling than being in the great outdoors when the sun is shining. But it has to be said, a lot of the outfits we’ll see this season aren’t exactly in harmony with nature. The overproduction of cheap, fast fashion poses threats to waterways, oceans and forests that are impossible to overlook. This summer we’re all about looking great and feeling great about our style.

If you’re looking for the summer dress that’s affordable, insta-worthy and also kind to our planet, we’ve got you covered! Check out these three eco-friendly TAMGA dresses that will carry you through summer with style and grace.

The Talia Dress

The Talia dress is made for Summer days spent under the sun! With its 3-tiered flowy panels and , it’s basically the sustainable bohemian dress of our dreams. The Micro-TENCEL fabric is so lightweight that you’ll be comfortable on even the hottest summer days, making it a must-have for those summer heat waves or tropical trips. As a slip-on dress, Talia features a flattering silhouette in 2 striking TAMGA original prints. Wear this dress as is or add a belt and some brown boots for an elevated look!

The Good Stuff (compared to a mainstream viscose dress)

💧Saves 10 litres of water

☁️Avoids 3 kg of CO2 emissions

⚡️Saves 1 kWh of energy

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The Moon Maxi Dress

If you’re searching for a beautiful boho dress you can slip on for summer nights out, this one's for you! The Moon Dress features a delicate ruffled neckline, breezy short sleeves, and an elegant floor-length silhouette. Made from sustainably sourced eucalyptus trees, the Moon is impossibly lightweight and even has a front button-up feature for extra comfort and style. As a bonus, the head to toe floral print will have you stand out in a summer crowd! Wear this Maxi dress to a fancy soiree or rock it casually with sandals on the beach, the Moon Maxi will flow with you from day to night.

The Good Stuff (compared to a mainstream viscose dress)

💧Saves 14 litres of water

☁️Avoids 3 kg of CO2 emissions

⚡️Saves 2 kWh of energy

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The Elsa Dress

The Elsa Dress is one of our original ethical summer dress designs! If you love flowy ruffles and pleats as much as we do, then say no more, this dress is for you. Made from lightweight and smooth Micro-TENCEL fabric, the Elsa flows around you so gracefully that it’s practically a dance partner. This dress was designed for summertime versatility - pair it with a jean jacket for those cooler nights, a bohemian straw hat for sunny days, or high heels for a night out with the girls. Trust us, Elsa is will keep you moving in comfort all summer!

The Good Stuff (compared to a mainstream viscose dress)

💧Saves 15 litres of water

☁️Avoids 4 kg of CO2 emissions

⚡️Saves 2 kWh of energy

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The Marga Dress

The Marga Mini will make you feel like a tropical goddess this summer. Its free-flowing material was crafted with Lenzing sustainable botanic fibers and low impact dyes, which means you can feel great about how you look while also creating a positive impact on the environment! The dress features loose capped sleeves, and a detachable belt allowing you to accent the waistline if you feel like it. We promise the Marga mini will be your go-to dress for those summer beach parties and barbecues!

The Good Stuff (compared to a mainstream viscose dress)

💧Saves 11 litres of water

☁️Avoids 3 kg of CO2 emissions

⚡️Saves 2 kWh of energy

TAMGA Marga Dress Taman TAMGA Marga Dress Taman

Need some inspo on how to style TAMGA dresses? Check out our #TAMGAtribe in their favourite eco summer dresses on insta.

 

Brooke Harrison

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