Sweet Romantic Organic Bralettes: On Trend


There’s a reason bralettes have become so popular in recent years: they are soft and gentle on your skin, gently supporting your curves rather than shoving them into predetermined shapes. There is no hardware or restricting metals inside these bras, and they are sweet and romantic in design—wearing one is like your secret throughout the day. We’ve found five pretty ones made ethically from organic materials. Organic bralettes for every day of the week, perhaps? 


1. Scallop Mesh Lace Bra by Bazsarózsa

Made from organic cotton jersey and produced in New York City, Bazsarózsa focused on the subtle and sexy details that are often overlooked in what we wear underneath. Bazsarózsa (baj-sha roj-sha) is the Hungarian word for peony flower and also the designer’s last name. We love the simply romantic design of this organic bralette.

Bazsarozsa, $66


2. Organic Bralette by Only Hearts

Simple and sweet, this bralette is made using 100% organic pima cotton, and produced ethically in Peru near the farms the cotton was sourced from.

Only Hearts, $37


3. Sweet Juliet Chantilly  by Luva Huva 

Luva Huva makes beautifully sensual organic lingerie, and all their pieces are equally desirable.  This Sweet Juliet Chantilly is made with lace, bamboo rayon and organic cotton by hand in London.

Luva Huva, $63


4. Bra by Charini

Handcrafted from start to finish with the perfect amount of support, wearing a Charini bra is like a vacation in and of itself. Designer Charini Suriyage excludes elastics, plastics, harmful dying, and metal from her products, sourcing all materials via fair trade policies in her native country of  Sri Lanka.

Yoox, $158


5. Gamma Triangle Bralette by Clare Bare

Clare Bare started out a love from vintage fabrics and ended as a playful eco-lingerie. Specializing in organic bralettes and undies made from bamboo rayon jersey and vintage materials, Clare Bare’s designs are always unique and their form flatters all body types.

Clare Bare, $60


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images from the brands, top collage by Juliette Donatelli


Juliette Donatelli

Working in the field of sustainability for over seven years, Juliette is passionate about its intersection within the fashion industry. Juliette began studying ecological conservation, and led consumer awareness campaigns around the world from water usage in southern California, riparian restoration in South Africa, food distribution in Paris and bison habitat in the Great Plains. She has launched her passion--consumerism and sustainability--into a place where it hits home--fashion. Juliette is the founder and editor-in-chief of spadesandsilk.com, Director of Sustainability at Manufacture NY, and loves to read, dance, swim and enjoy the occasional glass of champagne.