Sustainable and toxin-free living

Sustainable and toxin-free living

#SOOTD: Sustainable Outfit of the Day, Last Gasp of Summer

#SOOTD: Alden Wicker of Ecocult

Fall isn’t here yet, no matter what Starbucks says. The leaves haven’t quite turned, and yesterday it was sunny and in the high 70s, with a light breeze. New Yorkers gathered on rooftops and in backyards across Brooklyn, savoring this last chance at good weather. We drank our last sumer ciders while we watched the sun set in soft pink clouds behind the New York skyline, regretfully pulling on sweaters as it got dark.

#SOOTD // In God We Trust top, Linie shorts, bag from Kaight // Alden Wicker of EcoCult
In God We Trust top, Linie shorts, Eleven Ten bag from Kaight, Birkenstocks
Bag by Eleven Thirty // one without hair available at Kaight
Bag by Eleven Thirty, ethically made in Canada. There’s one without hair available at Kaight


Heart Star sacred geometry necklace
This heart star necklace represents the heart chakra, and is supposed to help with the purification of emotions, especially feelings of betrayal. I bought it in Bali from a place called Stargate, which sells hundreds of variations on the theme of sacred geometry. (As I write this, their website is down, but I’m linking to it anyway in the hopes that it will come back up.)


  • Alden Wicker

    Ruth Alden Wicker is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of EcoCult. Along with growing EcoCult to be the leading international information hub for sustainable fashion, she also writes for publications including Vogue, The New York Times, Wired, The Cut, Vox, InStyle, Popular Science, Harper's Bazaar, Quartz, Inc. Magazine, Martha Stewart Living, Craftsmanship Quarterly, Refinery29, Narratively, and many more.

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