Thread Harvest: Shop Emma Watson’s Ethical Look for Under $250

It’s no secret that we are big fans of Emma Watson here at TH HQ, so when Emma added Guest-Editor for Vogue Australia to her résumé we were very keen to hear what she had to say.

Watson has long been a proponent of sustainable fashion. For her Beauty and the Beast  and The Circle  press tours, she only wore outfits that had been approved by a sustainability consulting group, Eco-Age, and documented it on Instagram. For the March 2018 Vogue Australia edition, she partnered with Aussie-based Tech company, Good On You to rate the brands she highlighted. If you haven’t downloaded their app (where have you been!?) you should definitely do so right now!

What we love most about Emma is that she fully embodies the philosophy that it’s possible to look good and do good at the same time with what you wear. So we decided to take some of her most classic looks and show you how easy it is to have an Emma Watson Wardrobe.

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Rocking the Pixie cut, Emma shows us that “casual” and “lace” do go together and we couldn’t agree more. Our Raven Top does the same, showing just a flash of skin.


Raven Top by Threads 4 Thought


Classic style at it finest! Recreate Emma’s look with The Voyager Shirt from Tasi Travels. Tucked in or tied-up – you can’t go wrong either way!

Voyager Shirt by Tasi Travels

Emma shows us why The LBD should be a staple in any ethical wardrobe! We love the Karis Dress by Threads 4 Thought, it’s the perfect day-to-night piece.


Karis Dress  by  Threads 4 Thought

Where would we be without gorgeous ethical accessories to complete the look!? We love Emma’s taste in jewellery and whilst we couldn’t find an image of her wearing a Giving Key, we believe this pic is proof that Keys never go out style.


Dainty Pendant Necklace by The Giving Keys

So there you have it – an Emma Watson Wardrobe is easy to find, especially when we have taken the guesswork out of it for you.

Each brand we partner with must meet 2-3 of our Impact Badges. For example, The Giving Keys meet the standard for Employing The Marginalised and Upcycling their products, while Threads 4 Thought use sustainable materials to make products while respecting their employees and treat them humanely and fairly. They meet the Eco-Friendly, Fair Trade and Organic impact badges. The Tasi Travels range if primarily made from Tencel, the most environmentally friendly fabrics available while empowering women. Thus, they meet for the standards of Cause Supporting, Living Wage and Empowering Women.

We want to hear from you – what’s your Emma Watson Wardrobe staple item you can’t live without? Share in the comments below!