Sustainable Fashion 101

Made in USA. Fair Trade. Second Hand. Ethically Made. Small Batch.  Hand Made. Or all of the above.

Here’s a page full of photos of me and my so called sustainable wardrobe.

I like stripes, soft materials and my favorite color is, judging by the clothes I own, blue.

That’s just me. The truth is that “sustainable fashion” can look however you want it to look.

One of the easiest ways to be eco-friendly in fashion is to love what you already have, but I get it; shopping is fun. We L.O.V.E. shopping. So let’s pledge to shop better, shop local, shop good quality and shop second hand.

Head over to the Shopping Guide to find sustainable brands.



* Professional looking photos by: Shutterluv by Ashley *

6 thoughts on “Sustainable Fashion 101

  1. I love to support US-made clothing companies! Some of my favorite brands are Stateside, Groceries, Raw Earth Wild Sky, and Wilt (all made in LA, I believe) and Cutloose (made in San Francisco). Have you heard of any of those? Not sure where you live… I live in Santa Cruz, CA.


    1. I hadn’t heard of them before. I looked them all up now and all seem legit! I like that you can shop by the fabric at Groceries! But all great resources.
      I do think most of the LA based “eco, made in USA” brands all look the same. Plain colors, lots of whites, dull prints, loose fitting, leggings, hoodies, tanks. Is it just me?
      I’m in Houston, TX – fighting an eco-fight for sure :)


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