Aventura Clothing Asks the Question in Fall ‘19: “This is Us, Who Are You?”

December 5, 2018

Clothing with Conscious Origins Shows Dedication to Sustainability and Fair Trade

Reno, NV – With a legacy that dates back to 1965, family-owned and operated Aventura Clothing continues to prioritize using sustainable fabrics, partnering with Fair Trade Certified® factories and offering up styles in sizes for all women. 50 percent of Aventura’s Fall ’19 collection is Fair Trade Certified and over 75 percent of the line is made from sustainable fabrics, including new recycled polyester fleeces, recycled cotton, merino wool, organic cotton and Tencel Lyocell. Creating a family environment and being sustainable in all aspects of their business has always been at the root of Aventura’s mission. In 2019, they plan to amplify this story to their customers, declaring ‘This is Us…’ and in turning asking, ‘Who are you?’

The Fall ’19 styles and colorways were inspired by a combination of the American Craft movement, the traveling woman and a celebration of the outdoors. With rich autumn colorways and a variety of patterns and textures, the Fall ’19 collection is designed with the everyday woman in mind.

Dedicated to finding new and creative eco-friendly fabrics that feel as great as they look, Aventura introduces new styles this season that incorporate recycled polyester and recycled cotton. The plaid button-up Jones Boyfriend Shirt ($75), made of 60 percent recycled cotton and 40 percent recycled polyester, features Aventura’s signature Handy Cloth microfiber phone and glasses cleaning cloth in the bottom front placket. Both the Vanessa Dress and the Beyla Dress are a recycled polyester and recycled cotton blend that look just at home in the office as they do out to dinner. The Vanessa ($99) is lightweight for fall, with contrast tipping around the collar and colorblocking down both sides. An asymmetrical sweep and collar make the Beyla ($109) a dress to express the wearer’s uniqueness! Contrasting chevron stripes accent the front of the dress and a mock neck keeps this dress on trend.

“By working with recycled polyester and cotton, we lessen our impacts on landfills throughout the world and support suppliers who are making a difference,” says Tom Williamson, VP of Sales and Marketing at Aventura. “It’s one more step in our dedication to all aspects of sustainability and another piece in the ‘This is Us…’ story we want to share with them.”

Aventura also uses recycled polyester to create two fleece pieces that are a must-have for any winter athleisure wardrobe, the Atria and the Darcy Fleece. Wicking properties, mockneck styling with two collar buttons, and a kangaroo pocket make the super soft Atria Fleece ($99) a great everyday piece. Pair with the organic cotton baby wale Logan Skirt ($59) or Pant for a mountain lifestyle look. Perfect to wear with leggings, the Darcy Fleece ($99) is super soft on the inside and out for easy snuggling. A tulip-shaped front hemline and slimming fit in the back give this wicking top a touch of femininity. A zip pocket on the left hip can hold an ID or lipbalm.

For those looking for a stylish way to keep the winter weather at bay, Aventura has designed the Lindon Jacket and the Solenne Vest. Stay warm and dry in the 100% polyester twill Lindon Jacket ($129), a double breasted, fully lined jacket with a DWR finish to keep the drizzle away on a cold fall day. When the weather is cool and dry, throw on the fashionably fresh Solenne Vest ($125). Cozy and warm, this long, polyester ripstop vest has 105 grams of blown polyester fill, a double zipper for ease of wear, zippered hip pockets and an interior cell phone pocket.

These styles and the rest of Aventura’s Fall ’19 collection can be seen at WWIN in Las Vegas, February 4-7, 2018, Booth #A2212-A2214. For additional information, please contact Angie Robinson at

About Aventura Clothing

With a legacy that dates back to 1965, family-owned and operated Aventura has been creating stylish and comfortable women’s clothing with a low environmental impact since 2006. Based in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Aventura is passionate about making conscious choices, such as using sustainable materials and partnering with Fair Trade Certified Factories. Aventura thrives in a supportive, family-oriented culture where the little details of life and clothing are cherished.