The change of seasons (however subtle in Los Angeles) marks the opportune time for a closet cleanse.
I’ll never forget the breakfasts I enjoyed on my first trip to Sydney a few years ago, where the thick, crusty toast was piled high with farm-to-table toppings and the coffee is taken so seriously that a cup is almost a religious experience.
The pangs of uncertainty started creeping in as we jetted further and further down the crowded Bali road, the ruffles of my red polka-dot dress fluttering atop of the backseat of our rented motorbike.
Kasha Cabato is an ecofashionista and clean beauty enthusiast that believes anyone can achieve a greener lifestyle through smart shopping decisions and thoughtful habits - and they don’t need to sacrifice style to do so. Learn More.
Slow fashion (noun) : a term which describes clothing which lasts a long time and is often made from locally-sourced or fair-trade material