Elsa isn’t afraid to admit she worked in fast fashion. Read on for her journey and tips going from fast fashion to sustainable clothing expert.Read More
Kirsty aka @girlwithbellsandwhistles believes sustainable fashion can fun. Read on for her tips on how to bring color + patterns into your wardrobe.Read More
LA has some super talented sustainable and ethical clothing designers. Check out my top LA sustainable clothing stores and brands.Read More
Learn about upcycling, mending, and alteration, and how you can turn old jeans into your next one-of-a-kind favorite piece.Read More
You may have seen fashion blogger Tonya (aka The Moptop) on Instagram and wondered, “how does she look so chic but also so easy going?” “How can I get these high-waisted-70s-but-still-modern vibes without looking like I watched out of the set of the original Charlie’s Angels?” Read on for a peek into her closet and how she pulls off her looks.Read More
Allie loves that her vintage pieces have lived a life before her. Read on for why a secondhand story is more brag-worthy than trends.Read More
I met Liz at the Sustainable Fashion Forum this past April. With her passion for exploring sustainable solutions in fashion, paired with her recent move to Baltimore, we both knew she would be the perfect person to give us the details on the good finds in her new city. Liz, take it away…Read More
I don’t know how I stumbled on Andreina’s Instagram but I remember I heavily stalked and found myself on images from 2017… The Venezuelan-born visual merchandiser and vintage store owner’s style looks effortless like she spent 10 minutes getting ready in the AM, while still managing to have pulled together the ideal cool-girl outfit for the day.Read More
Ethical fashion blogger and social media management firm founder Marielle Elizabeth is dedicated to making the slow fashion community more inclusive, calling attention to the inadequacies of being a plus size person, taking up space, and representing a body type so often omitted in the sustainable/ethical fashion movement.Read More
When my brother told me about the area (Little Five Points) he would buy all of his costumes and 70s gear from—I knew this would be my first stop each time I visited. See my top vintage and secondhand clothing picks, most located in Little Five Points.
All shops are saved to this Atlanta Good Finds Google Maps List to use on your upcoming Georgia visit.Read More
See my top learnings from The Sustainable Fashion Forum. Learning #1—There are a lot of badass women who are going to make some big changes to the fashion status quo this year.Read More
Krystle loves a good hashtag. She uses them to showcase how she plays with her love of retro vintage and design.
Take #StyleAndTheBartCart where she creates themes for her bar cart and matching retro vintage outfits.Read More
Journey back to the middle school halls as I count down my favorite pre-teen and teen trends. (Bowl cuts not included.) And in case you want to relive these memories—in a fun, ethical way—check out the links to sustainable options.Read More
When I think of French fashion I think of the couture houses—Chanel, Christian Dior, Givenchy—you know, the places most of my wardrobe is from….jk.
Luckily, there are reasonably-priced places that also care how clothes are made.Read More
Even though Abby spends her days at Apple, you will never find her in one signature “uniform” look. “One day I might channel a 90s streetwear look, and the next I may be inspired by 70s office secretaries…I love to experiment with trends and styles and themes and decades.”Read More
Leigh of Pink Vintage Heart describes her style as, “A bit eclectic at times and very vintage and retro at times. My outfits are as colorful as possible but ultimately grandma chic. “ GRANDMA CHIC. Yes, I am screaming.Read More
Csilla likes ethical and sustainable fashion, minimalism, cruelty-free and vegan makeup, and the 90s cartoon “Captain Planet and the Planeteers”. She named her blog, The Pretty Planeteer, after the five Planeteers in the cartoon.
See what steps Csilla takes to unleash her sustainable superpowers.Read More
Gabriëlle Koster brings conscious and sustainable choices to her fashion, food, and travel. Check out the Amsterdam-based freelance writer and editor’s favorite brands and tips for bringing sustainable bohemian style into your closet…and the rest of your world too.Read More
Palm Springs is more than a place your grandparents live (which does make it pretty cool already) or a place to see Beyonce or Haim once a year (also cool).
Seer my top Palm Springs vintage and consignment clothing picks.Read More