Sustainable clothing trends at H&M: These pieces are already in our shopping bag


The Swedish fashion chain H&M has promised to use only recycled and sustainably obtained materials by 2030. While the fashion giant still has a long way to go, he took a step in the right direction this summer – with a sustainable clothing collection. We have the most beautiful models from H&M

The most beautiful summer clothing trends made from sustainable materials at H&M

The little black dress , puffy sleeved dresses or floral print dresses: At H&M we can now shop for the most beautiful dress trends for the summer from sustainable materials. The clothes are made from organic cotton, lyocell fibers or recycled polyester. Clothes made from a mix of materials are at least 50 percent sustainable.

And best of all : These sustainable dresses are not only particularly affordable, they are already the favorites of influencers such as Debbie Le, Vogue Williams and Veronika Heilbrunner. 

Debbie Le in a pink puff sleeve dress made from 100 percent organic cotton


Veronika Heilbrunner in a black puffy sleeve coat from the Conscious campaign by H&M’


These are our 5 favorites of the sustainable clothing trends from H&M

We clicked through the many sustainable clothing trends from H&M and picked five favorites that we absolutely want to show you. Everything from mini to maxi is included, you will also find two plain-colored dresses, two with a floral pattern and a graphic dress. cheap formal dresses online

Each dress has special details such as puff sleeves, a lace insert or puffy ruffles. Here are our 5 favorite dresses that are already in the shopping bag.

Puff sleeve with layers of a lyocell mix and recycled chiffon lining


Chiffon dress made from partially recycled polyester


Chiffon dress made from partially recycled polyester



Black dress with organic cotton puff sleeves


Oversized dress made from recycled polyester


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