Better known for her climate change speeches than her dress sense, Greta Thunberg is often seen in comfortable basics, but not without occasional splashes of colour. Inspired by her unwavering passion to save the environment, we’ve put together some pieces that approximate the 17-year-old wunderkind’s look – with the first rule of thumb being eco-friendly, of course.
"Greta Thunberg’s strikes, speeches and action garnered international attention that culminated in her powerful address at the UN Climate Change conference and two consecutive Nobel Prize nominations in 2019 and 2020."
"Recycled polyester scarf, $19.90, Mango"
The Eco Picks
Start your sustainable fashion journey by buying pieces made of organic, ethical or recycled materials*, which are said to be better for the environment.
*All items shown here are reported to be made of these materials.
Tencel lyocell dress, Cos
Organic cotton T-shirt, Cos
Organic cotton dress, US$612.21 (S$870.93), Bite Studios at Net-a-porter
Organic cotton dress, $94.95, H&M
Canvas tote, $68, Fila at Zalora
Cotton jeans, $49.90, Uniqlo
Nylon and faux leather sandals, $46.90, Charles & Keith
Recycled rubber sandals, $45, Indosole at Zalora
Organic cotton shorts, $45.90, Bershka
Econyl backpack, Burberry
Recycled cotton jacket, $89.90, Zara
COORDINATION SEAN THAM GRETA THUNBERG PHOTO 123RF