Possible with Pay: 9 eco-friendly brands for more sustainable shopping

Shop with businesses committed to ethical practices in creating their fashionable, practical, and state-of-the-art products.

From kitchen products to beauty routines, it’s more important than ever for all of us to consider our consumption habits when we’re shopping. In our daily lives, are we doing all we can to support the environment and eliminate unnecessary waste?

This edition of Possible with Pay features incredible products from merchants who stay conscious of the needs of the planet while making sure their items exceed the quality and utility of less environmentally friendly alternatives. Check out these singular products offered by some of our favorite green vendors below, and when you’re ready to buy, check out with Amazon Pay.


Chip Dye Towels from Everplush

Being sustainable and luxurious don’t need to be mutually exclusive. Fashionable, resilient, and ethical all at once, Everplush’s Chip Dye Towels are made of microfiber yarns that are dyed using an injection method which saves energy and water use. These are perfect both for house guests and as bathroom towels.


Sustainable products from The House

The House is ground zero for sustainably made outdoor wear and gear. Their directory of eco-friendly vendors with products for snowboarders, surfers, hikers, and general nature lovers guarantees that you’ll always be able to outfit yourself ethically for your favorite outdoor recreational activities.


White Leather Sneakers from Moda Operandi

Chic online superstore Moda Operandi is a hub for brands with ethical manufacturing practices and one-of-a-kind products like these sustainably crafted, smooth white leather sneakers. Set on a comfortably cushioned sole, they feature an attractive low-top silhouette and feel both light and effortless on your feet.


Sustainable products from thredUP

Every year, Americans send millions of tons of clothes to landfills when they could be recycled, repurposed, or resold. thredUP is a highly curated online thrift store which maintains a directory of eco-friendly brands and features a “fashion footprint” calculator to help shoppers gauge the environmental impact of the clothing in their cart.


Leesa Mattress from Leesa

You can sleep easy on a Leesa mattress, knowing that your purchase is helping the environment. In partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation, Leesa plants one tree for every mattress they sell — their founders have committed to planting one million trees by 2025. Of course, it also helps that Leesa’s products consistently rank among the best mattresses.


CloudKnit Hoodie from Outdoor Voices

The activewear brand Outdoor Voices doesn’t just make clothing that invites you to get out there and enjoy the world — they’re also dedicated to making that world a better place. Their factory and mill partners are carefully vetted and dedicated to fair wages, worker’s safety, and having a minimal environmental impact.


Tree Toppers from AllBirds

Booming footwear brand Allbirds is a certified B Corporation, meeting “the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability.” These comfortable high-tops are made from sustainable sugarcane, with laces from recycled plastic bottles, and they’re shipped in 90% recycled cardboard.


Leaf Party Plates from TreeChoice

Handcrafted from fallen palm leaves, the elegant plates in this fully compostable 400-count dinnerware set from TreeChoice are thoroughly cleaned, heat-pressed, and sterilized. These are a reliable and eco-friendly choice for both everyday dining and relaxed gatherings — indoors or outdoors.

Beauty refills from L’Occitane

Beauty and skin-care brand L’Occitane offers smart refills on their products with 69% to 90% less packaging than other retailers, and at a better value. Made with recycled packaging, the Manosque-based company aims to give its customers more product with their purchase, while cutting down on waste.