The democratization of fashion has failed us

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!

Striped Jumpsuit Style

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.

Wow in White with This Off-The-Shoulder Outfit

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.

Hit the beach with this sustainable outfit!

Next time you’re looking for a bodysuit, make sure to check out sustainable, quality options. “Fast fashion” is a) not built to last b) damaging to the planet, economy, and cultural heritages all over the world. The great thing about these pieces is that they are honestly timeless - you can use them for many more swim seasons to come! Support ethical fashion and keep your wardrobe beautifully stocked!