Apparel & Accessories
Thrive Market might be synonymous with non-GMO food, clean wine, and healthy pantry staples, but we can also help extend your sustainable lifestyle to your wardrobe, daily errands, and even travels farther afield.
Eco-Friendly Travel Accessories
Whether you’re driving a carpool, going on a road trip, or traveling across the world, there are simple, sustainable changes to have an even more eco-friendly day.
- Reusable water bottle: Many airports have refill stations, and if you bring your own bottle, you never have to worry about staying hydrated.
- Durable travel gear: Pick a backpack that can see you through years of wear as you go on one adventure after the next.
- Eco-friendly snack bags: Reusable bags (instead of single-use plastic options) are a great way to care for the earth while you nosh.
Top Apparel and Accessories Brands
Love Thrive Market? There are lots of ways to show it.
In addition to our Thrive Market Goods line of products (everything from tomato sauce to toothpaste), we also have hats, tote bags, and travel bags.
Best Apparel and Accessories
From beanies to grocery bags, here are our best picks for accessories and apparel on ThriveMarket.com.
Thrive Market Shopping Tote
A vibrant green tote helps make it easy to reduce, recycle, and reuse. Made from recycled plastic bottles, this bag is lightweight and washable, ready for grocery store hauls, picnics, travel, and more.
Thrive Market Backpack
Soothing gray with a black pocket for contrast, our eco-friendly backpack can tote tech gear, gym clothes, and school supplies with ease. The body is made from recycled plastic, and features include a laptop divider, adjustable shoulder straps, and convenient front pocket.
Eco-Friendly Lifestyle Tips from Thrive Market
Upgrade your recycling efforts, consider composting, and even more eco-friendly tips from our blog.
How to Start Composting
Intimidated by composting all your food scraps? Read our guide before you get started. You don’t need a lot of space to compost, and with a little patience, you’ll be spreading homemade soil on your garden next spring.
Ideas for Going Zero Waste at Home
Reducing how many trash bags we kick to the curb is one of the ways to live a more zero waste lifestyle. This post has lots of ideas for minimizing your footprint.
All About Recycling Numbers
If you’re trying to recycle more but find all the numbers confusing, you’re not alone. We put together a resource that breaks it down—complete with recycling tips for everything from paper products to old televisions.