A Few Sustainable Sales: Independence Day 2023

Happy July!

With the Fourth of July coming up this week, a few ethical and sustainable brands are offering good sales to start the long weekend off right.

I don’t shop online as much as I used to, but I do have my go-to brands when it comes to certain products.

I happen to be in the market for a new pair of sheets and I much prefer cotton over microfiber (aka polyester) or bamboo (aka rayon). I’ll be shopping PACT’s sale for sure.

Here are my picks for ethical and sustainable Independence Day Sales.

This post contains affiliate links and I may be compensated should you choose to make a purchase, at no additional cost to you.

*Limited inventory* Universal Standard is offering some of their statement styles at a deep discount, up to 67% off. Styles are very limited and the sale ends once items are sold.

US sells women’s and femme clothing size 00-40.

Shop Universal Standard

woman sits with legs crossed wearing red mesh dress  - sustainable independence day sales

A perennial favorite, ABLE is running a holiday sale with 25% off everything, including sale items. Use code, USA25 at checkout.

ABLE sells clothing, shoes, accessories, and jewelry with a fair and transparent wage.


leather satchel bag rests on a black chair with jean jacket hanging off of it - sustainable independence day sales

PACT is offering 20-40% off everything, price as marked.

PACT carries women’s, men’s, and kids’ clothing, bedding, and towels. I love their cotton sheets.


close-up of white sheet set with two pillows

In other news, I’ve been a bit discouraged about my blog lately. With significant algorithm changes and the increasing influence of social media, it can feel like typing into the void.

If you’re around and have any ideas for how to leverage traditional blogging in a Tik Tok world, feel free to comment!

Leah Wise

Leah Wise is the founder of StyleWise Blog. She has been writing, speaking, and consulting on sustainable fashion, the fair trade and secondhand supply chain, and digital marketing for over ten years. An Episcopal priest, Leah holds a B.A. in Religion from Florida State University and an M.Div. from Yale Divinity School. When not working, you can find her looking for treasures at the thrift store.

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1 Comment

  1. Hi Leah! I don’t have any ideas, but I just wanted to drop a note and say I always appreciate your thoughts and feelings about sustainable fashion 🙏 Whatever you decide to do next, I’m here for it 🥳

    Rachel in Minneapolis

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