Aventura | Clothing with Conscious Origins | Aventura Clothing

Good for the Planet, Good for People

Ethical styles that utilize low-impact materials or Fair Trade Certified™ labor, leaving the world a better place than when you found it.

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Clothing with Conscious Origins

We realize the choices we make as a company affect the Earth & people around the world.
We’re committed to sustainability and ethical manufacturing, from our fabrics to our factory partners.

Bottoms That Break the Mold

These options put your comfort at the forefront with soft materials and fibers that are made to move with you.

Environmentally-Minded Fleece

No petroleum (plus less water and energy) needed for these melt-against-your-skin soft fleeces made from recycled polyester.

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Endless Options & Carefree Prices

Brighten up your winter wardrobe with past season favorites like the Solenne Snap Vest, Memphis Sweater, and Belinda Sweater Tunic

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Dresses Rule Winter

Pair these sweater dresses with tall boots and your favorite jacket for a polished and put together outfit in an instant.

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Winter’s Perfect Accessory

These scarves are classic, chic, and perfect to polish any winter’s outfit. Best part - they double as beautiful shawls!

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Earn up to 20% back towards future purchases.

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Why Fair Trade?

For every Fair Trade Certified product sold, we pay an additional premium directly back to the workers who make our clothes.

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Conscious Origins

A healthy planet requires all individuals and companies to adopt a greener existence. The choices we make as a company affect the Earth and people around the world.

Still Family-Owned

Our family company began in 1965 in the back of our father’s station wagon in Southern California, selling tennis shorts.

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