Sustainable and toxin-free living

Sustainable and toxin-free living

Is Cuyana Greenwashing Their Sustainability and Ethical Claims? (Some Capsule Wardrobe Alternatives)

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  • Jan 6, 2020
Cuyana markets itself as sustainable, but is that really true? It turns out that there are at least 22 alternative brands to Cuyana that also provide timeless, high-quality products that are also transparently and ethically made of sustainable materials, and you could easily build an eco-friendly capsule wardrobe from them.

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What to Pack for a Week in France: The Capsule Wardrobe

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  • Aug 2, 2016
This might have been the first trip in which I arrived home, pulled everything out of my suitcase, and smiled. I had packed just right. (Well, save for one extra item. I’ll tell you what it is.) I had achieved a French Capsule Wardrobe. So let me tell you what...
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Celebrate the Fourth in USA-Made Fashion (Duh)

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  • Jun 26, 2014
When Fourth of July rolls around, suddenly I’m so over black. Forget edge. I want the sartorial equivalent of a sandy Cape Cod beach: preppy cottons in red, white and blue, sweaters for gathering around the bonfire at night on the beach, heritage brands, checks and stripes and plaids, and...
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Found: Perfect, Eco-Friendly and Ethical Strappy Heels

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  • Apr 8, 2014
If there’s one thing that Spring ’14 outfits will require, it’s the strappy heel. It’s necessary to balance the volume of a loose, high-waisted trouser, and to finish a tea-length skirt. The Inspiration Let me see, looking through my closet … nope, don’t have a good strappy sandal. Probably because...
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