Do good, shop even better. Sustainable, eco-friendly stores in Orlando make it easy to keep it green while dropping green on memorable merchandise.

Recently ranked the Greenest City in Florida by Insurify and the Top Earth-Friendliest City in the U.S. by Parade Magazine, Orlando is redefining what it means to be the most-visited destination in the country. We’re also poised to become one of the most environmentally friendly cities in America thanks to several ongoing sustainability initiatives and an emphasis on eco-conscious stores, restaurants and attractions.

Discover Orlando’s greener side with sustainable, planet-friendly shopping designed to help you lead a purposeful, eco-conscious life and have some fun in the process. From our neighborhood boutiques to our renowned outlets and luxury malls, Orlando is full of opportunities to shop smarter.

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Sustainable Health & Wellness Stores in Orlando

Oh Eco

Oh Eco, named in part after Orlando’s nickname of O-Town, specializes in environmentally friendly self-care, wellness, home and baby products. Located in Orlando’s Ivanhoe Village Main Street district, this Latina- and female-owned business is here to help visitors of all ages lead a sustainable lifestyle, even when traveling. They also host frequent pop-up events featuring eco-friendly clothing, food and more, making this a great one-stop shop for all of your sustainable shopping needs.

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Zero Orlando

For zero waste toiletries, personal care and health items, head to Zero Orlando in Thornton Park, adjacent to downtown Orlando. Locally owned and operated, this charming shop is well-stocked with vegan, budget-friendly products designed to help you lead a zero-waste lifestyle. Many items are sourced locally from LGBTQ+, minority or woman-owned businesses. Stock up on your favorite items in bulk recyclable containers to reduce the need for unnecessary plastics.

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Good Fills

For simple sustainable shopping on the go, check out Good Fills, a unique mobile concept that brings zero waste household necessities to farmers markets, pop-up events and other locations throughout Orlando. Their spa-like mobile shop features dozens of products, with refills priced by the ounce, and you can also find select items in locally owned shops throughout Central Florida. Follow along on Instagram to see where they’ll pop up next.

Rouge Beauty Lab

Create your dream lipstick at Rouge Beauty Lab, a custom cosmetics shop specializing in high-quality vegan beauty products. Over the course of your one-hour private session, you’ll work with a cosmetic chemist to design your own lipstick, lip gloss, foundation or concealer, using clean, gluten-free ingredients that look as good as they feel. Custom makeup parties are also available for a fun night out with friends. Rouge Beauty Lab is located in Ocoee, about 20 minutes west of Orlando.

Indeu Apothecary

Shop a curated collection of soaps, candles, eco-friendly supplies and gifts crafted by local artisans at Indeu Apothecary. This College Park favorite is relocating to a new downtown Orlando location in 2023, and will offer sustainable wellness products, hands-on classes (candle-making, anyone?), and collaborative community events when it reopens.

Sustainable Shopping at Orlando’s Malls

Sustainability is the future, and many of the world’s top brands are embracing an eco-conscious mindset. Discover hundreds of brands in one place at Orlando’s premier malls and outlet stores, then stop in and learn what steps each one is taking to benefit the environment.

The Mall at Millenia couple shopping
The Mall at Millenia in Orlando

The Mall at Millenia

Minutes from Universal Orlando Resort, The Mall at Millenia is a premier luxury retail destination with 150 stores, services and eateries — including 40 venues you won’t find anywhere else in the area. Try Lush for travel and eco-friendly shampoo bars and ethically made body products, B-Corp Certified Athleta for athleisure gear, Billabong for eco-conscious outdoor wear, and Everything But Water for eco-friendly and fair-trade swimwear. And that’s just the beginning — even luxury stores like Louis Vuitton are taking steps to get into a green routine, making it easier than ever to shop toward a brighter future.

The Florida Mall®

Shop over 220+ unique stores, including several eco-conscious brands, at The Florida Mall®, just east of the International Drive Entertainment District. After a stop at Lush, try The Body Shop for cruelty-free, 100%-vegetarian beauty products packaged with Community Fair Trade recycled plastics. If zero-waste shopping is your goal, grab an aluminum bottle and stock up at The Body Shop’s Refill Station, currently the only one of its kind in the entire state of Florida. The Florida Mall is Central Florida’s largest retail center, boasting more than 250 retail, dining and entertainment choices.

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Vintage Boutiques & Secondhand Stores in Orlando

Add some flair to your wardrobe with repurposed, vintage or secondhand clothes, plus shop one-of-a-kind furniture and home decor from some of Orlando’s most beloved vintage stores and thrift shops.

Etoile Boutique

Located east of downtown Orlando in the Milk District, Etoile Boutique is your hub for vintage clothing, handmade jewelry and home goods, along with modern accessories, spa goods and vintage-inspired clothing from local brands. For even more local flair, stop by on Tuesday nights for the Milk District’s Tasty Takeover food truck block party, featuring a collection of culturally diverse food trucks.

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The Vintage Chair

Nestled in the Curry Ford West District, The Vintage Chair specializes in furniture and home decor from the 1950s to ‘80s. Stop by to browse vintage glassware, artwork and trinkets, and follow their social channels for local markets, Paint & Sip events, and more in the Curry Ford West district.

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The Owl’s Attic

Located east of downtown Orlando in the Audubon Park Garden District, The Owl’s Attic features hand-picked vintage styles from the ‘50s to ‘90s. Hippie styles from the ‘60s and ‘70s form the heart of the collection, along with vintage furniture, knick-knacks and home decor from bygone eras. Top it all off with artisan-crafted jewelry and accessories designed right here in Orlando.

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The Lovely Boutique

Just a few steps from The Owl’s Attic, The Lovely Boutique is another local favorite for antique, vintage and secondhand goods from the ‘60s to ‘90s. In addition to vintage clothing, The Lovely Boutique offers a large selection of mid-century furniture, one-of-a-kind lamps and vintage art, including some original or signed pieces. They also have a robust online storefront, so you can shop for deals long after your vacation ends.


Located in Ivanhoe Village, Diversion offers vintage, reworked and secondhand clothing, with a special emphasis on localized vintage threads. If you’re searching for rare vintage tees inspired by our world-class theme parks, sports teams and outdoor activities, this is the place to be. Follow along on Instagram to preview their upcoming vintage drops — anything not sold in store on release day can be ordered online.

Orlando Vintage

Known for their eclectic collection of vintage treasures, Orlando Vintage in Winter Park also has thousands of costume rentals ready for your next celebration. Perfect for cosplay, themed parties or just for fun, the rental collection includes everything from Renaissance gowns and Victorian suits to classic fantasy costumes and poodle skirts.

More Sustainable Shopping in Orlando

Love the thrill of the hunt? Discover more sustainable finds at vintage and resale stores throughout Orlando, including Déjà Vu Vintage and Top Drawer Consignments in Winter Park, OMG! Thrift in Casselberry, Foundation College Park and Dechoes Resale in College Park, Chic Boutique in Audubon Park, and The Russell Home Antiques & Boutique just outside the SoDo District.

Eco-Friendly Shopping Tips

Two friends shopping at Shops in ICON Park
ICON Park® in Orlando’s International Drive Entertainment District

Look for Multiuse Products: Cut down on product waste with multitasking products that do it all.

Eliminate Wasteful Packaging: Use recyclable, refillable containers for your favorite household and beauty products, or try products with no packaging at all, like shampoo bars.

Shop Quality Over Quantity: Look for high-quality, well-made products with a longer lifespan, rather than flimsy things that will wind up in the trash.

Shop Secondhand: Give clothes and goods a second life and discover one-of-a-kind treasures by shopping at vintage shops and secondhand stores.

Look For Environmentally Friendly Brands: Many well-known brands have eco-friendly lines featuring products made with high-quality, earth-conscious or ethically sourced materials.

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