Designer Tracy Reese created Hope For Flowers with a commitment to sustainable fashion

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Longtime fashion lovers know designer Tracy Reese well. Her famous fans include Kim Kardashian, Gabrielle Union and even Michelle Obama, so it’s no surprise that her colorful, printed dresses are perennial wardrobe must-haves.

While you can still shop Reese’s Plenty styles at Anthropologie, the designer has a new line called Hope for Flowers and it’s all about sustainability. With this brightly printed, stunningly beautiful collection, Reese is on a mission to responsibly create clothes, “which entails being more mindful of sourcing and fabric choices as well as ethical conditions for workers in the fashion supply chain.”

So just how is Reese embracing sustainability with Hope for Flowers? “My first goal has been to work with textiles that cause minimal harm to the environment and the people who produce them,” the designer writes on her website. And she is really putting this into practice. Reese’s Hope for Flowers garments use sustainable materials like organic cotton, organic linen and Cupro, which is sourced from sustainable forests.

To take her commitment a step further, Reese has also slowed down production with Hope For Flowers. Rather than producing a ton of items and potentially discarding what doesn’t sell, Reese is basing her inventory on need. Additionally, she is focusing on “styles that are more flexible and able to fit more sizes and body types.”

Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese is available for purchase at Anthropologie, but you can also buy the designs at Saks Fifth Avenue and on the Hope For Flowers website. If you’re looking for a standout piece to wear to a wedding, a celebratory party or even just on a regular day when you want to feel extra fabulous, invest in something gorgeous from Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese.

Flounced Chemise, $395

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The print on this dress is truly breathtaking. Wear it with a belt to create definition at the waist, or without if you like the voluminous look.

One Shoulder Cascade Blouse, $250

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A simple way to dress up your favorite pair of jeans? Throw on this spectacular One Shoulder Blouse.

High Low Skirt, $295

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The soft drape on this High Low Skirt is so flattering. Even better, you can dress it up or down depending on the occasion.

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