Sister Collective Makes Sustainable Essentials You’ll Love

Founded­­ by two friends on a mission to make it easier for people to make lasting, eco-friendly changes in their daily lives, the Sister Collective is one of our favorite new shops to find sustainable, low-waste goods.

Their goal is to find, design and offer beautifully-designed sustainable essentials that are fun to use to encourage more people to eliminate single-use plastic usage.


Minimalist Packaging and Plastic-Free

You won’t receive an order with plastic packaging from the Sister Collective (in fact, several items have no packaging at all), and all orders are shipped in recycled, recyclable, or compostable mailers.

Minimalist Packaging and Plastic-Free

Our Favorite Sister Collective Products

We like the thoughtful design and quality of the Sister Collective’s signature Greenlife products. They aim to create sustainable products that will last, and this shows in their own branded items and other curated items, as well.

Favorite Sister Collective Products

Everyone should have a set of their reusable produce bags. Whether you prefer lightweight mesh bags made from recycled plastic bottles, or GOTS-certified organic cotton produce bags – they’ve got you covered.

These may just be the best produce bags you can find.  Not only are they beautifully-designed, but all of their produce bags are double-stitched for strength and durability, and include the tare weight on each bag. 

reusable food storage bags

We also love their reusable food storage bags, portable bamboo utensil sets, and organic wool dryer balls ethically made by women artisans in Nepal from 100% organic premium New Zealand Wool. View their entire collection of reusable essentials here.


Bottom Line

We like that the Sister Collective is committed to offering sustainable products with minimal, plastic-free packaging and eco-conscious shipping. 

If you like beautifully-designed and high-quality eco-friendly products with plastic-free packaging, we recommend checking out the Sister Collective. We think you’ll like them, too.

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