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Spring is here! Are you as excited as I am about wearing flirty dresses without having to layer leggings or tights underneath? If your dress stash is looking a little bit lean this year, now’s the time to stock up with some beautiful vintage finds.
We finally got to talk to one of our Green Diva heroes, the beautiful and inspiring actress, author and activist, Mariel Hemingway. She is one busy lady these days with a documentary about her life as a Hemingway, Running From Crazy, and her new book, The Willing Way and many worthy projects in between.
Sustainability strategist and branding consultant Shannon Whitehead and ethical fashion stylist Lucy Harvey weigh in on what we can expect from sustainable fashion in 2013.
Calleen Cordero is a Los Angeles based luxury designer of footwear, handbags, belts and accessories, all handcrafted in North Hollywood, CA.
This school year may not be over yet, but planning ahead can save you some time, money, and resources. Some feelgood ideas for your back-to-school shopping…
A new Greenpeace report highlights pollution from clothing production. What can we do as consumers to make a difference?
It seems like every year there are new hip colors and color combinations, but buying all new accessories to keep up with that ever-changing palette is expensive and not so hot for the planet. Instead of hitting the big box store for a new necklace in wine tones for fall, you can grab a couple of bottles of nail polish and update something that’s already in your jewelry box!
The leaves around here are starting to change, and it’s time to pull out those boots and tights and get bundled up for FALL! You don’t have to hit the big box store to stock up on scarves and sweaters. Instead, you add some handmade love to your fall style this year and do something good for the planet while you support some handmade artists at the same time!
Fall is here! As you pull your fall gear out of the back of the closet, are you finding any pieces that have a few imperfections? Maybe there’s a split seam here and a missing button there. Don’t let these little things stop you from hanging on to an otherwise wearable garment! Check out these basic mending stitches to repair damaged clothes.
It’s officially fall! Time to pull out your cozy cold-weather gear and maybe beef up your fall wardrobe with some new-to-you fall fashion. This assymetrical spin on a t-shirt scarf is easy to make and super comfy to boot!
Have you ever been at the thrift store and found a mumu or dress that’s got beautiful fabric and a vaguely nice shape, but is kinf of…well…frumpy? Instead of passing over that diamond in the rough, you can turn it into a cute, wearable skirt!
It is H-O-T out there, and if you’re like me maybe you’re wishing for one more pair of shorts to round out the ol’ summer wardrobe for this last sweaty month.
The Nothing New Challenge continues with two ways you can transform a men’s dress shirt!
My closet has accumulated quite a few formal dresses that don’t really work for any other occasion: bridesmaid’s dresses, high school formal gowns, etc. I felt a little guilty about the waste of money and resources, so I decided to do something about it. Here are a few of the better options I’ve found to repurpose an old formal dress.
So, after Maria’s roundup last week of DIY shoe refashions, have you hit the thrift store for shoes to alter?
If the thing that’s holding you back is the ick factor, ick no more! It might seem gross to wear second hand shoes – especially styles that don’t call for socks – but armed with the right cleaning products, you can wear your thrifted shoes without worrying about picking up some nasty foot fungus. I’ve been wearing second hand shoes for years, even ballet flats, and so far this method has worked for me!
The Nothing New Challenge continues with transforming thrifted shoes using some simple DIY shoe techniques!
Shield yourself from the harsh summer sun with these vintage accessories!
Designer Joan Vorderbruggen is a multi-talented lady. When she’s not creating beautiful shop window displays from reclaimed materials, she’s sewing up stunning dresses out of vintage slips.
Rocking a new trend or fad can be hard to do while remaining true to staying eco-friendly.The colored jeans trend gets eco-friendly with sustainable practices, natural dying processes, and natural materials.