I like to listen to Podcasts while I am doing a mindless chore around the house or when I want to feel productive while in bed (or waiting somewhere, like the airport). Here are my top 5 podcasts related to fashion and sustainability.
This week we have a guest blog post by Julian Tate Powell! Julian is a personal stylist based in California and she shares her love of fashion and sustainability in her blog High Wasted. Just like Julian, my journey into all things eco-fashion started with an understanding of my style and getting creative with what I already own. Enjoy the read! 🤗
This capsule wardrobe in black and white is perfect for the fall (or year round). These 15 pieces plus accessories can create at least 30 looks! The best part? These brands are affordable and they have ethical and sustainable practices!
What have these fashion designers been up to since their successful crowdfunding campaigns?
Make a statement with this comfortable yet chic outfit. Each piece is ethically-sourced, with a few handcrafted and artisan-made options to add to your wardrobe. I love this outfit because it shows that you CAN have a little fun while also sticking to your fashion values!
Black and white never go out of style, but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring! Check out this #monochrome outfit and get new inspiration for your capsule wardrobe or office style. You’ll also learn more about a few of my favorite ethical brands.
Do you want to find outfits you can use for a day or evening out? This tent dress from Cossac is a great example of what you can do with sustainable, conscious fashion. Check out the day and evening options to see how you can dress it up or dress it down!
This startup is on a mission to advocate for transparency in fashion - help them with your vote!
I love that this outfit shows the versatility of truly conscious fashion. You can look professional, be comfortable, and only purchase pieces that speak to your values. You don’t have to worry about limited clothing options when you “go ethical”!
Every week, I scour through Instagram to find #ethicalstyle inspiration. Check out these week's note-worthy styles!
Off-the-shoulder pieces are one of the best looks this summer, especially when you want something that fits well but still flows. Check out these pieces from Proud Mary, Selah, and Article 22. It turns out you CAN create a stunning, comfy outfit that is committed to high standards of ethical fashion!
Street style, summer looks 100% #ethicalstyle. Plus, you can win one of the outfits featured here! Read more to find out how!
Fast fashion was supposed to make the world a better place by giving us affordable and stylish clothing. Twenty-something years later, we are realizing its true cost. While supporting sustainable brands is a step forward, we still need to push for changes that can make fashion for the masses a sustainable industry. Join the conversation!
This outfit is proof that sustainable and ethical fashion doesn’t have to be dull. With just a little effort, you can find pieces that really pop without compromising on ethical values. Plus, thanks to the high quality of these artisanal and factory-produced pieces, you’ll be investing in items that will be in your closet for years to come.
Summer heats up fast, but these pieces are light, flowing, and versatile. Mix and match with some of your other favorite accessories - you’ll be happy you invested in them! This outfit is a great example of the idea that “More isn’t always better.” You can buy clothing that is made well and that fits you like a glove - without compromising your social or personal values. You’ll look great, feel great, and you won’t have to worry about where your money is going.
I love this outfit because it’s so fun and colorful. Anyone who wants to rock this piece will definitely highlight how amazing ethical fashion can look. It also ties in other pieces from your wardrobe, which means you’re using what you have and focusing on quality - not quantity!
In this three-week online course, you will learn about the ethical and labor issues surrounding the fashion industry and the tools that you can use as a consumer to research brands and be an advocate for change.
I tested the bathing suit as bodysuit trend. My verdict: DON'T DO IT!
Try repurposing your expensive party dress into something you would want to wear every day! Here, I turned a Reformation dress into a maxi skirt and styled it three different ways for the summer.