Women’s Clothing

Love Justly: Where Ethical Fashion is Always On Sale

Love Justly: Where Ethical Fashion is Always On Sale

Last week was Fashion Revolution Week, and if you’re like me your social media feed was full of people demanding transparency and fair trade principles from their favorite brands. So… now what? After learning about ethical fashion you may be wondering what your next step […]

Symbology: Making Fair Trade Sexy

Symbology: Making Fair Trade Sexy

Have you ever traveled to a foreign country and seen gorgeous artisan-made pieces in a marketplace, but wondered how they could possibly blend with your style back home, or, in that same market, found clothing items that looked like they were straight out of Forever 21? After years spent […]

10 Inspiring Brands Fighting Human Trafficking

10 Inspiring Brands Fighting Human Trafficking

January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention month. Human trafficking AKA modern day slavery is a cause very close to my heart, and something I’ve invested a lot of time, money and effort into fighting. When you hear the term “human trafficking” you may immediately […]

Reformation Year End Sale Picks

Reformation Year End Sale Picks

Reformation is one of the few conscious brands that has made it into the celebrity zeitgeist. In fact if you google “Reformation celebrity” you can find entire slideshows devoted to celebrities wearing their trendy dresses. Most customers are initially drawn to them because they want to […]

Junim Los Angeles: EcoGlam Dresses for NYE

Junim Los Angeles: EcoGlam Dresses for NYE

New Year’s Eve is right around the corner and if you’re anything like me, you waited until this week to get your dress. This is easier said than done if you’ve made a commitment to conscious consumerism. Glitz, glamour and sustainable fashion don’t exactly go […]

Citizen & Darling: Developing an Ethical Brand through Faith and Friendship

Citizen & Darling: Developing an Ethical Brand through Faith and Friendship

Citizen & Darling is a Southern California-based clothing line founded by two friends who teamed up to use fashion to combat human trafficking. Those who know me will immediately understand why I was initially drawn to them (see The Tote Project) but going beyond the commonality […]

YSTR // Part Deux

YSTR // Part Deux

For most, fall fashion consists of cozy sweaters, circle scarves and riding boots. For us Angelenos still fighting the 90 degree heat, bodysuits and breezy capris are just what the weatherman ordered. Whether I’m attending my friend’s art opening, or Sunday brunching (what else do people […]

Mae-Noel // Encouragement, Motherhood and Eco Fashion

Mae-Noel // Encouragement, Motherhood and Eco Fashion

Up-and-coming eco fashion label Mae-Noel was born out of encouragement. Regardless of what you hear in this current political zeitgeist in America, words do matter, and designer Joanna Weadon is a testament to their power. I connected with Joanna to learn more about her story — […]

YSTR // Redefining Modern Fashion

YSTR // Redefining Modern Fashion

This past weekend I spoke on a sustainable fashion panel at the Los Angeles Green Festival. We (the panelists) were asked to wear our favorite sustainable brands and be prepared to share the ways our chosen brands are making a difference. At first this felt daunting, but YSTR […]

Conscious Capitalism: People Have The Power

Conscious Capitalism: People Have The Power

I don’t like what I see in manufacturing today, but I’m hopeful things can change. I want to be a part of that change. Businesses don’t need to profit at the expense of their workers’ safety and quality of life, discarded clothing doesn’t need to pile up in […]