My dear readers, I learned so much these past two weeks about denim, leather, and lyocell, whether coconut oil, almond milk, Naked Juice, and organic beauty products are as good for you as you think, and found a great site for booking conscious travel. Wanted to share, here you go!
Elsewhere I wrote:
I did a roundup for mindbodygreen of the most romantic eco hotels in Europe
. Some I stayed at, some I'm putting on my bucket list. | mindbodygreen
I made the case that witchcraft is the perfect religion for liberal millennials.
My new editor at Racked wanted me to explain what Missguided is
. So I did, and snuck in some asides about fast fashion. | Racked
Why we love lyocell!
| Tortoise and Lady Grey
My fantasy dinner party would definitely include Livia Firth
. | Beauty and Well Being
How ethical is denim? A great concise but holistic guide to America's favorite textile.
| Good on You
I'm so into bralettes, no more underwire ever! Here's a shopping guide to the ethical kind.
| Ni Hao New York
Clothing is still
getting cheaper. Guess who is paying the price?
Project JUST did their next Approved guide, and it's on handbags and leather.
| Project JUST
Mineral makeups are great for your skin – these super natural mineral makeups are even better
! | Beauty and Wellbeing
Is Petit Vour the right beauty box for you?
"Organic" on your beauty products doesn't mean shit.
Could nut milks be bad for you?
| Eluxe Magazine
How guilty should you feel about plastic? A quiz.
| NY Times
Is coconut oil really that good for you?
Naked Juice is mostly just apple juice.
| NY Mag
Going to get this
for my dude for Christmas! | Sustainably Chic
Using this thoughtful travel site
next time I head out of town! | A Green Beauty
Greenland might not exist for much longer.
| New Yorker
Aspen from Mainstream Detox is also planning her wedding, and I love her tips on staying sane
! | Mainstream Detox
Why aren't countries doing away with subsidized oil?
| NY Times
The world's biggest marine park was just created!
Girls are the answer to all of our problems.
| The Guardian
Buying only ethical products might make you meaner?
| NY Mag