Our Top Summer Style Picks for 2022

It may be taking a little longer than usual for the temperatures to warm up here in Seattle, but we’re as ready as ever for summer to arrive! Check out some of our top style picks that we’ll be rocking this summer rain or shine. 

The Only Dress You Need This Summer

The Red & Yellow Off the Shoulder Cotton Dress from The OULA Company is perfect for all your summer adventures. Use it as a coverup after sunbathing at the beach or pair with statement jewelry and classy pumps for a fancy dinner. 


OULA dresses are transeasonal, multifunctional, durable, and made with wrinkle-resistant fabrics. Plus, we love that all their dresses are made from sustainably sourced textiles!

Trendy Yet Sustainable Swimwear

The Baja Sleeve Set by Rielli is our new go-to swimsuit and is sure to make a statement wherever you go. Wear it as a swimsuit or a cute crop top to brunch! 


All Rielli swim pieces are made-to-order to prevent excess inventory and waste. As a bonus, their pieces come in compostable packaging, which can be placed directly with garden waste and used as plant fertilizer! 

Denim You Can Feel Good About 

Sustainable denim? We’re in. The Mia High Rise Flare is just one of many styles from Warp + Weft that we’ll be styling this summer and year-round. 

The average pair of jeans takes 1,500 gallons of water to make, but Warp + Weft strives to make each pair with just 10 gallons of water. 98% of the water they use is treated and recycled to further reduce waste, and they use Dry Ozone technology in place of the environmentally-harmful bleaching process that is commonly used to manufacture denim.  

Perfect for Picnicking

The SECONDS-Hemp Twill Overall by Back Beat Co. is another season favorite. The warm orange hue makes it perfect for a summer picnic! 


Back Beat Co. is a women and POC-owned brand committed to low impact and high comfort. Their California inspired old school surf ‘n’ skate inspired pieces are made from hemp, organic cotton, and other recycled fabrics.

What are some of your favorite sustainable summer clothing brands? We’d love to hear about them on Instagram