Where to Shop Sustainably in Denver

We LOVE finding new local spots in Denver to shop, eat, and explore. Lucky for us, Denver is home to some amazing small businesses. We are eager to support small businesses that also value the environment and consider the materials or ingredients they are purchasing. Whether you want a unique piece of clothing or the best cup of coffee, we have a list for you. Here are some of our favorite sustainable stops in Denver. 

 

Meek Vintage

If you haven’t checked out Meek Vintage, you need to stop by. They have unique boutique clothing that changes often, so you’ll never get tired of the styles here. There is a separate rack of vintage clothing that always has one-of-a-kind clothing. Run, don’t walk, to Meek Vintage!

 

Happy Leaf Kombucha

We haven’t met a Kombucha we didn’t like. One of our very favorites happens to be a local company. Their ingredients are sourced locally, making this a sustainable option. Happy Leaf Kombucha is exactly what you need if you’ve been looking to try a new drink. P.S our favorite flavor is Savory Peach :) 

 

Second Love

Second Love is a resale boutique with a wide array of stylish, seasonal pieces to shop! Second Love is our favorite consignment store in the area, because we never leave empty handed! They also buy clothes, too, so head over to Tennyson St today and check out this great shopping spot in Denver! 

 

 The Ten Penny Store

Thrift shopping is always a great option for anyone looking to be environmentally friendly. It’s even better if you can find a thrift store that selects the best vintage clothing from iconic decades. Visit The Ten Penny Store and get ready to fall in love with the variety of old and new styles available. 

 

Sewn

It is so important to support local artists. That’s why we LOVE sewn and all of the clothing it has to offer. Each piece is designed by a Denver local. There are over 25 designers who bring their collections to Sewn, so there is something for everyone. You’ll be able to spice up your personal style thanks to the fun accessories and outfits here!

 

Lost Room Collective

Lost Room is a vintage collective pop up in the Source Hotel in RiNo! The store is  full of timeless and on trend pieces. Not to mention, their Instagram aesthetic is too die for. Their curated collection of clothes, jewlery, and home decor makes for the perfect shopping spree. Swing by Lost Room soon and give your wardrobe and vintage upgrade! 

 

Joy Fill

It can be challenging to find eco-friendly, incredible products for your skin. The good news is that Joy Fill has just that AND they’re located in Denver. Beyond skincare, they also have makeup, household cleaning supplies, home decor, and pet supplies. Now you and your furry friend can be sustainable shoppers!

 

Unravel Coffee

Who isn’t coffee-obsessed these days? There is something so cheerful about meeting a friend for coffee or even working in a coffee shop. We highly recommend that you check out Unravel on your next coffee run. They brew their own coffee from beans that are roasted in-house on a zero-emissions roaster. Cool, right? They also serve every drink in a reusable cup to reduce waste. Plus, their coffee shop is extremely aesthetic if you want to post your matcha on your Instagram. We know we do!

We hope this gave you some inspiration for your next day in Denver. There is no shortage of shops to visit here that make a positive impact on the earth. And hopefully, you’ll find some cute new clothes and a yummy coffee in the process… 


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