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 →

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

I am in love with the San Francisco start up, @and.comfort. The fashion industry is notorious for exclusion, and doesn’t seem to understand how curves work 🤨, so and.comfort is here to fix that. Keeping sustainability in mind with the use of natural fibers, and.comfort breaks down barriers in the curvy fashion industry. Minimalist fashion... Continue Reading →

Found this fun DIY project that I wanted to share: upcycling an old placemat to make a fun clutch! This clutch was made with 1 round placemat and colored rick-rack. Enjoy!

#Repost @amourvert ・・・ We searched high and low for denim that fit out standards for sustainability and style. Nothing made the cut...until now. We partnered with our friends at @agolde who have been perfecting denim for nearly 2 decades. With their expertise, and our standards of production, together, we created The World’s Most Sustainable Denim.... Continue Reading →

I 💛 my Rothy’s! Found these gems brand new on @poshmark miraculously, but after wearing them all day, I totally understand why they cost a pretty penny... because you’ll never need to purchase flats ever again. I can’t count the number of flats I’ve had to discard due to wear and tear (tip and back... Continue Reading →

How to style jeans & a t-shirt part 3: add some unexpected flair. I got this lovely neck scarf from @changeco.us, made by @krochetkids, a socially conscious company. Both companies are making waves in the ethically produced field - check them out!

How to style jeans & a t-shirt part 2: statement necklace, statement shoes (preferably with a pop of color). Chunky cardigan optional! Cardigan & tshirt: thrifted Jeans: Gap for Good collection Booties: Everlane Bralette: @wearproclaim (made from plastic water bottles)! Necklace: stole from mom #secondhand 😂

How to dress up the most basic of tees part 1: throw on some serious lip color, statement necklaces, and a duster blazer. (outfit: hand-me-downs | necklace: @shopsoko)

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