Made from 100 percent organically treated bamboo, these speakers amplify sound from a smartphone without wires or batteries. Bamboo amplifier, $38 at Bambeco.
A corn resin case and mercury-free battery make this silver-accented watch the perfect holiday eco-friendly find. Corn resin watch, $75 at Sprout.
A soy candle in a recycled wine bottle with green tea and bamboo scents is a great addition to the home. Bamboo & Green tea upcycled ECO candle, $17 at Paddy Wax.
Guaranteed to keep you warm in the coldest temps, this down vest is made of 53 percent recycled wool. Women’s Earthkeepers Woolen down vest, $128 at Timberland.
This lazy susan is hand-made from a former wine barrel and makes for a great table centerpiece. Retired wine barrel lazy susan, $125 at Uncommon Goods.
This earth wrap from Alex and Ani is from a line of eco-friendly, positive energy bracelets that have quickly become a style staple. Earth Wrap bracelet, $58 at Alex and Ani.
Adorn the couch with a black-and-white striped pillow that’s made with 100 percent organic cotton. Black stripe cushion, $82 at Branch Home.
Made from left-over materials such as glass, stones, and metals, these not-so-average studs will turn heads at any holiday party. Cluster earrings, $161 at Ethica.
These day-to-night studded wedges are free of leather, fur, silk, wool, and don’t contain any animal byproducts. Zoe blush shoes, $99 at Modavanti.
This beauty brand makes only 100 percent natural, organic, and ethically sourced products. Introduce her to it with this set of the line’s serums. Total Indulgence Body Serum set, $100 at One Love Organics.
This tribal-patterned scarf made from salvaged fabric scraps will make any wardrobe pop this winter. Another bonus—production is based on orders to help reduce waste. Laelia Scarf, $134 at Ethica.
This gold bracelet was crafted in a Brooklyn jewelry studio from four repurposed vintage necklaces. Media bracelet, $100 at Modavanti.