Happy Fashion Revolution Week! On this day (April 24), we remember those who lost their lives in the Rana Plaza tragedy in Bangladesh. “Government labor reforms regarding workers' rights and pay and factory compliance have been put in place. But "in terms of effectiveness, there remains a gap," Khondaker Golam Moazzem, research director with the... Continue Reading →

Moving out for the first time meant making a lot of decisions! Keeping sustainability in mind for every purchase can become quite expensive, so I’m very thankful for brands like @brandlesslife and @target who carry sustainable items at a great price! Pictured: tree-free toilet paper from Brandless | Oeko Tex certified organic cotton towels from... Continue Reading →

When plastic six-pack rings are replaced with biodegradable, edible wheat and barley rings, less sea animal fatalities occur 🙏🏼🙌🏼

Fast fashion is a crime. Please, don’t buy into it. Who made your clothes?

I’m OBSESSED with the cupro t-shirt collection by @girlfriendcollective. Philanthropy + sustainability + comfort ♻️ ・・・ Made from cotton waste, our cupro tees require 682 fewer gallons of water to create than a traditional cotton t-shirt. Our sheer and slubby cupro is made from waste the cotton industry leaves behind, making each piece special, unique,... Continue Reading →

So you used up your mascara or it’s gotten too old to use. Now what? How about giving that mascara wand a second life by helping wildlife!? —- “Old mascara wands are used to remove fly eggs and larva from the fur of wild animals. They work great because the bristles are close together. Send... Continue Reading →

Over the past two months, I single-handedly organized a denim donation drive at work. I brought in Madewell, partner of Blue Jeans Go Green and Habitat for Humanity, to collect unwanted denim from employees. Blue Jeans Go Green breaks denim down into its original form (cotton), and turns it into housing insulation! I also loved... Continue Reading →

I’ve never seen so many activist labels on a bar of chocolate! I found this at Sprouts grocery - a chocolate bar which helps protect endangered species. Endangered Species Chocolate website states, “10% of our net profits are donated annually to current 10% GiveBack Partners; each is guaranteed a minimum annual donation of $10,000 and... Continue Reading →

I love finding unique, handmade items on @etsy! Silver, Picasso-style earrings by simplengreat. #supportartists #ethicalfashion

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑