Five Sustainable Brand to Shop from this Dashain!


Want to look stylish while promoting a greater good? Try these sustainable fashion brands right now!

‘Sustainability’ is pretty much the buzzword on everyone’s lips, it has surely taken the world by storm. And since everything around you is going “eco-friendly” why should your clothes be an exception! These brands offer a wide range of traditional as well as modern couture, making them perfect for your Dashain celebration! Take a look!

1. Sabah Nepal

Sabah Nepal is a membership-based organization, hence all its members are believed to be the owners of this social-business that is working towards firming the livelihoods of poor and marginalized home based women workers. Giving us differentiated hand made products with high-end quality since 2008; Sabah is now a household name in the socially conscious trendy market. Buy from them and be a part of the a greater good. Click here to know more.

2. Lakhey Nepal

Every piece of clothing at Lakhey Nepal has a story to tell and the every piece is as unique as the brand name. Lakhey Nepal is working towards a holistic integration of sustainability which includes not just the fabric and design but extends up to production and distribution of their products. They have semi formals, formals and traditional wears made from all-natural fabric and dyes by skilled Nepali artisans. Get your statement piece from Lakhey Nepal here.

3. Aasha Wears

A conscious fashion brand, with a singular mission – to change lives. All of their designs are from New York and they get all their patterns and designs internationally but they manufacture all of them here in Nepal. They creatively use the scrap fabric to create limited pieces that are comfortable and aren’t ridiculously expensive either. Check out their range of clothing here.

4. Ekadesma Nepal

This Nepal-based brand considers itself a storyteller showcasing Nepal’s unique tradition and culture to the rest of the world. Comfort and style go hand-in-hand here. With natural dyes, organic cotton and other hand-woven fabric being used, this is the place to shop if you are looking for something sophisticated yet minimalistic. They also have their own accessories and home décor. Check them out here.

5. Aamacraft

Posted by Aamacraft on Monday, August 3, 2020


Aamacraft has been in the market for almost two decades now, working with rural artisans and craftsmen to weave out beautiful ethnic pieces. You can find traditional pieces made from beloved fabrics of Nepal such as Dhaka, Pasmina and Allo Nettle Natural Fibre here. Choose from their wide range of handwoven and experimental fabric and take a swirl in these sustainably fashionable garments, this Dashain!