Reformation's Shoe Collection was recently launched, introducing 11 styles that are produced with the same sustainable practices as its apparel designs. The brand now offers everything from flats and espadrilles to high heels that have been mindfully made with thoughtful materials and processes.
The footwear collection favors the use of natural materials like jute—a renewable fiber with a positive carbon footprint—and chrome-free or vegetable-tanned leathers that make the most of by-products from the food industry. Reformation works with tanneries that only dye exactly what they need to create products, which ultimately helps to minimize waste. According to Reformation, its Ref Shoes save "52% CO2 emissions, 70% and 65% waste compared to most other shoes in the US."
The low-impact Ref Shoes footwear styles include standout options like the boldly hued Belle Flat and the strappy Porto Sandal.