Finding sustainable fashion doesn’t have to be difficult. Looking for environmentally friendly, conscious, sustainable, ethical, handmade or locally made brands, clothing, or fashion? You’re in the right place.
Founded in 1977 by a small group of women, the Handknitting Association of Iceland recently won a major battle in the fight for ethical clothing. You’d be forgiven for not thinking about ethical clothing in the land of ice and fire and yet it pervades throughout every aspect of the Icelandic way of life.
Closets come in all shapes and sizes, and sustainable closets are no different. Some are small with capsule type wardrobes while others, like mine are the sign of a maximalist who doesn’t subscribe to the one in: one out theory.
Alas, I am not a minimalist. It’s not for me. There is however, something visually seductive about the glossy Pinterest photos of clean white lines, a twenty-piece wardrobe, and an entire life that could fit in the backpack that is visually stunning.
The genius of Charmed by a Cause is not only that it’s ethical jewelry, handcrafted from 100% recycled materials, and gives back. The genius of Charmed by a Cause jewelry is that you wouldn’t know any of that just by looking at it.
When we think of love letters we conjure up images of handwritten pieces of paper that are filled with versus of love, devotion, and sincerity.hey are the words that we don’t readily confess and the best love letters will take an entire lifetime to write, if they are ever written at all.
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There is something so elegantly versatile about a timeless white button down. Through all the fashion trends that have come and gone over the decades, the white button down has remained and Grammar is capturing that timelessness with individualized silhouettes and style.
“After the cafes of Paris with their exquisite wines and creamy fromages, crepes and steak tartare– screaming Adore me!– Madrid was these store-bought hunks of unyielding cheese and brick-hard baguettes, consumed in leafless Buen Retiro Park.ll Madrid, dressed as it was, tasting as it did, prideful as hell, didn’t care what you thought about it on your junior-year backpacking trip. That was your problem.”
Michael Paterniti, The Telling Room: A Tale of Love, Betrayal, Revenge, and the World’s Greatest Piece of Cheese