Fall Fair-Fashion Staples

For us it’s equally important to love how we look and feel in something. We consider fit, fabric, and how something was made. To truly feel good about styling ourselves, that means child and sweatshop free labor, and more sustainable production methods and fabrics. We are also increasingly aware of the impact that throw-away fashion … Continue reading Fall Fair-Fashion Staples

Show Me the Money: How buying ethically-made clothes can be cheaper in the long-run

While I’m extremely passionate about sustainably- and ethically-made clothing, I’ve always said I’d never turn down a good deal. I’ve since proven myself wrong. While perusing my inbox recently, I saw a deal offered at Victoria’s Secret for a sport pant, sports bra, and beanie—all for $55. I found myself reeling and loudly asking my … Continue reading Show Me the Money: How buying ethically-made clothes can be cheaper in the long-run

Tuhkana: A step ahead in sustainable fashion

The apparel and textile industry is responsible for 10% of carbon emissions produced each year, making it second only to the petroleum industry. This is an ugly and grim fact that people do not typical consider when shopping for new adorable trends. The good news is that designers, like Tuhkana, are taking a stance for … Continue reading Tuhkana: A step ahead in sustainable fashion