Dresses

Save the earth, one sustainable dress at a time.

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Nikita Dress
$248.00 $248
8 colors
Kourtney Dress
$248.00 $248
8 colors
Lindero Dress
$248.00 $248
3 colors
Kourtney Dress
$248.00 $248
8 colors
Nikita Dress
$248.00 $248
8 colors
Sigmund Dress
$248.00 $248
6 colors
Hugh Dress
$218.00 $218
3 colors
Nikita Dress
$248.00 $248
8 colors
Kourtney Dress
$248.00 $248
8 colors
Marlowe Dress
$98.00 $98
6 colors
Sigmund Dress
$248.00 $248
6 colors
Juliette Dress
$218.00 $218
8 colors
Provence Dress
$278.00 $278
3 colors
Filippa Dress
$248.00 $248
3 colors
Isaac Dress
$298.00 $298
3 colors
Kenzi Dress
$218.00 $218
4 colors
Mochi Dress
$218.00 $218
3 colors
Belgium Linen Dress
$248.00 $248
2 colors
Juliette Dress
$218.00 $218
8 colors
Belgium Linen Dress
$248.00 $248
2 colors
Sigmund Dress
$248.00 $248
6 colors
Port Dress
$218.00 $218
4 colors
Yucca Linen Two Piece
$278.00 $278
2 colors
Juliette Dress
$218.00 $218
8 colors
Lux Dress
$248.00 $248
2 colors

Not just a pretty dress. Shop sustainable dresses.

Reformation's dresses for women come in super flattering silhouettes that work for whatever party, wedding, brunch, date thing you have to go to. We don't play favorites and make midi dresses, mini dresses, silky dresses, comfy dresses, lots of dresses. They're sustainably made in different patterns, lengths, colors, styles, sizes, and with a lower carbon footprint.

How are Reformation dresses made sustainably?

Sustainability is at the core of everything we do--including the fabrics we source like TENCEL™ Lyocell, linen, FSC certified viscose, and more. TENCEL™ comes from Eucalyptus trees, which take only half an acre to produce one ton of fibre. It's closed loop production means 99% of the non-toxic solvent is reused. Linen is also a big deal because it's made from the flax plant and basically uses no water and emits ¼ the carbon as cotton per pound of fibre. Viscose—AKA rayon—is a man-made cellulosic fiber made from wood pulp. Reformation is committed to ensuring that all of our forest-based products come from sustainably managed forests. Want to learn more? Find out about Reformation's sustainable practices.