What To Do When Secondhand Denim Doesn’t Make The Cut

Denim is an integral part of my wardrobe, and while I adore the distressed, broken-in feel of vintage or secondhand jeans, some occasions call for a more polished pair.

What I Wear To The Famers’ Market In The Summer

Frequenting my local farmers’ market is a weekend mainstay in my schedule, and that’s not just because freshly picked produce taste way better than what I find at the supermarket.

Why I Can’t Get Enough Of This Swimwear Brand

Having spent most of my life in Hawaii and California, swimwear holds a very important position in my wardrobe.

The Trick To Shopping At Reformation

I have so much respect for Reformation, an LA-based brand that I consider the pioneer of modern ecofashion.

3 Tips for Sustainable Summer Travel

Traveling can be an especially tough time for me to stick to environmentally friendly habits.

You Better Find One of These If You Want To Be An Ecofashionista

The change of seasons (however subtle in Los Angeles) marks the opportune time for a closet cleanse.

I Like It Slow #SlowFashion

I’ve always been mesmerized by the transformative powers of fashion.

I Have This Thing For Thrift Stores

Shortly after moving to NYC in college, I discovered the treasure trove that are fashion capital thrift stores.

How To Make Secondhand Clothing Look Expensive

If there’s one eco shopping habit to have, it should be buying secondhand whenever you can.

North Shore, Oahu in Sustainable Beachwear

As we drove up the east coast of Oahu, flanked by the lush mountainside on the left and the sparkling, turquoise Hawaiian waters on the right, I was reminded of summertime camping trips of my childhood.