Sustainable and toxin-free living

Sustainable and toxin-free living

The 11 Best Non-Toxic & Sustainable Clothing Brands for Men

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  • Aug 21, 2023
Men often get left out of the sustainable fashion conversation. When it comes to facing the consequences of the decisions made by leaders of big fashion masculine people are gas-lit just like the rest of us. No matter who you are, and what styles you prefer, you deserve safe and non-toxic clothing that doesn’t harm your health.

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The Most Eco-Friendly, Cold-Weather Hats, Gloves and Scarves

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  • Nov 15, 2021
There are hats made from natural, biodegradable materials, fair trade scarves and ethically made gloves—all from brands that not only prioritize transparency and sustainability in their production but also style and durability, too.
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Weekend Reading: Why Is Sushi So Unsustainable?

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  • Dec 9, 2016
Me, Elsewhere on the Internet I wanted to find out why high-end (well, all) sushi restaurants are so unsustainable. The answer was surprising. | Quartz The Holidays How do you deal with a family who looks down on a sustainable Christmas? | Eleanore Snare For all my Jewish readers out...
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Ode to a Perfect Sweatshirt

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  • May 4, 2015
There is beauty in a basic done really, really well. Because unlike a cocktail dress, or statement necklace or killer heels, a basic is something that you end up wearing every day. It’s easy, comforting and comfortable. So you might scoff at the idea that I would write a whole...
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My Eco-Friendly, Sustainable, Ethical, Fair Trade Christmas Present Wish List

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  • Nov 18, 2014
So my mom calls me up yesterday, and asks me, “What size are you wearing?” “Let’s see, XS on the top, S on the bottom, size four … wait, wait. Just put a pause on that for, like, one day. I promise, I’ll have my wish list out tomorrow. Can you...
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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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