There are so many things that you have to consider on what makes a clothing garment sustainable. I've narrowed it down to focusing it on three key aspects: how the garment affects the social, economic, and environmental world. But by trying to make a sustainable closet, I’ve made countless mistakes. Here are the four things I’m trying to get better at. After all, we all make mistakes… right?
Growing up, a strong female role model wasn't something I lacked. My parents taught me how to work hard and help others along the way. Check out how you can help empower women in fashion.
Hemp can be used for a variety of different things like beauty products, rope, furniture, paper, and even clothes. But is hemp clothing sustainable to the environment? Read on to find out more.
When companies look good and give back to their communities, they need to be praised loudly for.
What are the ways you can shop more sustainable if you aren’t thrifting? What if you live in a remote area where there aren’t many sustainable stores around? Check out 4 ways you can shop more sustainably next time you're at Marshalls or Nordstrom.
Since then the Rana Plaza factory collapse, people from all over the world have been using their voices to tell brands that things must change... and it is working. The industry is starting to change. With that said, Fashion Revolution Week is April 23-29th and the idea is it that people ask more questions and learn about sustainable fashion.
You may not be thinking of the hot weather just yet but it's coming for us. Check out why you need a few linen items before the heatwave comes our way.
I tried wearing only ten items for ten days. Find out what outfits I ended up creating and what I learned about myself from the challenge.
One pair of jeans wastes up to 1,500 liters of water (about 132 Gatorade coolers). Check out what you need to know about denim production before you buy your spring pair of white jeans.
I watched The True Cost on Netflix and I literally felt sick to my stomach. Check out what fast fashion is really all about and how I plan to stop consuming fast fashion cold turkey.