Beach Babe Must-Have: Sustainable Swimwear

If there’s one item of clothing that I never skimp on, it’s swimwear.

Exploring Joshua Tree in Vintage Overalls

Joshua Tree has been at the top of my bucket list ever since I moved to California five years ago. I heard stories from friends who camped amongst the enormous rock formations and whimsical Joshua trees about feeling like they had been transported to “another world”. This summer, my boyfriend and I scheduled our own … Continue Reading

How To Shop Sustainably for a Special Occasion

Confession: I’m not perfect. Although I founded an eco-friendly fashion and beauty blog, I’m not this all-natural, granola-eating and tree-hugging environmental guru. My hair color hasn’t been natural since middle school, I gave up carbs a long time ago, and the only reason I would hug a tree was if it was part of some new … Continue Reading

Juice Beauty Skincare Review

Committing to an eco-friendly lifestyle can feel overwhelming at times, so I’m focusing on small portions at a time in order to make the switch more manageable. I have been wanting to find an organic skincare line for a while now, so when my cleanser recently started to run out , I knew it was time.

Christy Dawn Dolly Jumper

One reason I started Green with Style was to have a platform where I could share the amazing new eco-friendly brands that I discovered during my journey to living a greener lifestyle. Today, meet an L.A. local: Christy Dawn. 

Vintage Levi’s Cutoffs

I love when a major trend is inherently eco-friendly, and I like to think that it’s a small sign that the world is starting to make shift to more responsible habits.  Trends do emerge from the street just as they do from the runways. Either way, vintage Levi’s is definitely the denim of the year. 

Reformation Cece Dress in Lelani

I’ve been a fan of eco-friendly brand Reformation for quite some time. I think their modern take on classic silhouettes and tongue-in-cheek marketing bring a much needed coolness to sustainable fashion.

90’s Vintage Skirt

This plaid vintage a-line skirt is the perfect example of how you can take advantage of the fashion lifecycle of trends when shopping sustainably. I found this skirt buried in a thrift store in Santa Monica.

DIY Distressed Levi’s Jeans

Buying vintage/used clothing is the most eco-friendly way to shop, however such items often need a modern update before they’re ready for a second life.

Festival Style: Vintage 1960’s Maxi Dress

Channel your inner sixties bohemian goddess at Coachella this year with a vintage dress from the era of free love. Buying vintage pieces is my number one way to go green this festival season since most “festival fashion” is inspired by sixties bohemian style. Go authentic, and reduce your carbon footprint, by buying the real thing.