Browsing the "Sustainable Fashion" Category

Fall 2015 Fashion Must Haves: What’s Hot and Sustainable

September 21st, 2015 | by Brooke Lacey

We’ve previously written on the importance of embracing enduring trends, and fortunately the fall 2015 must haves of the season can fit into your "enduring" wardrobe seamlessly. See below for a roundup of some newer trends for the season, with some continuing trends that we may still see going into spring!

Mainstream Brands with Sustainable Fashion Collections

August 17th, 2015 | by Brooke Lacey

Cute, trendy sustainable clothes can be hard to come by, but some sustainable fashion collections are easier to find than you might think! Recently, eco-friendly fashion has become slightly more popular, and a lot of big-name brands (think: H&M, Topshop, Zara) are jumping on the trend.

How Enduring Fashion Trends are Good for Sustainable Fashion

August 10th, 2015 | by Brooke Lacey

Enduring fashion trends are great for sustainability, since they work against the fast fashion mentality. Fast fashion is build on high turnover. So consumers can buy the trends they want, sacrificing quality for a low price, but the trends change fast enough that it doesn't matter

Sole Hope: Old Jeans DIY to Save Kids’ Lives

July 30th, 2015 | by Important Media Cross-Post

I definitely love a good old jeans DIY, especially one that helps other people! In this post from Crafting a Green World, Julie Finn talks about how you can help Ugandan children by using your old jeans in one of the most fun, altruistic craft projects ever!

What Yoga Can Teach Us About Sustainable Fashion

May 29th, 2015 | by Brooke Lacey

While seemingly very different, there's a lot yoga can teach us about sustainable fashion, and sustainable living in general. In this post from Green Living Ideas, Scott Cooney breaks its down into three simple lessons that involve changing our priorities to better ground ourselves in personal peace.

Sustainable Leather: An Animal Friendly Option

May 18th, 2015 | by Brooke Lacey

While there's no shortage in choices out there for humane faux leather materials in fashion, there's some interesting research going on that points to real leather as the next viable sustainable leather alternative. Sound crazy? Read on!

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