The 15 Best Sustainable Jewelry Brands for Ethical Sparkle

In large industries like fashion, it’s more important than ever for consumers to ask questions. As we continue to learn about the ever-evolving topic of sustainability (opens in new tab), we must become familiar with what that means in every sector—and for many people, the rules around ethical jewelry are even lesser known than those in ready-to-wear.

Luckily, the below jewelry brands incorporate sustainability into every part of their business model. They ethically source materials and abide by fair labor practices. They also offset their carbon footprints by minimizing the materials they use and waste. Keep scrolling to discover the brands that are helping shape and change the sustainable jewelry landscape. 


Soko Sustainable Jewelry

(Image credit: Soko)

Soko, a B-certified corporation, is a women-led jewelry brand connecting Kenyan artisans to the global market via their online platform. While crafting their jewelry, they use materials like teak wood and reclaimed bone sourced from a Kazuri women’s collective in Kenya.