5 Tips for Secondhand Shopping Online

Buying clothing secondhand whenever possible is one of the cornerstones of a sustainable lifestyle, as it helps to alleviate the 15 million tons of clothing discarded by Americans each year.

How Your Bikini May Be Destroying the Oceans

A certain Instagram account may have popularized a (new) bikini a day, but I doubt the environmental effects of swimwear production was taken into consideration with the promotion of all that swimwear!

Why Handmade Is Better

It’s no secret that my journey to sustainable living has lead me to reject fast fashion.

A Weekend in NYC

When you get the opportunity to spend the weekend in the greatest city in the world (IMHO), you don’t say no, so here’s what I wore in NYC. 

5 Tips For A More Eco-friendly (and Chic) Easter

The Easter holiday signifies rebirth and starting fresh, perhaps making it the perfect time to adopt some more conscious consumption habits into your life.

Make Any Outfit Feel Cooler With This One Eco Item

I have recently come to particularly appreciate the vintage tee. 

My Special Event Sustainable Shopping Solution

Last month was one of my dearest friends’ first wedding anniversary, so she invited a group of friends out to the desert to help her celebrate.

How To Solve a 15 Million Ton Problem

According to the EPA, each American on average threw out 70 pounds of textile waste in 2014.

The Eco Alternative To a City Girl Staple

When I lived in NYC during college, I remember being struck by how glamorous the East Coast natives made winter look. The city girl’s winter dress code seemed to be a fur vest + leather moto jacket + OTK leather boots. 

New Year, Less Stuff

“Buy less, choose well”. – Vivienne Westwood.