Sustainable fashion and travel for the conscious woman

Sustainable fashion and travel for the conscious woman

Weekend Reading: The Most Sustainable and Ethical Knitwear Brands in Existence


Accompany was sweet enough to send over this fairly made Wanderlust bracelet from their newest collection. It’s made in Phnom Penh by a team of fair-trade Cambodian artisans who hand-carve each solid brass word and hand-knot each bracelet. 10% of The Brave Collection’s profits are donated to fight human trafficking and empower women and girls across the globe. And it’s comfy enough that I think I’m going to wear it every day. Would make a lovely stocking stuffer!

Me, Elsewhere on the Internet

A clever new rule means that other countries will have to care as much as we do about protecting whales, dolphins and seals – or they won’t be able to sell us seafood. | Quartz


How to make your own beautiful boho tassel necklace. | Sustainability in Style

Look at all these amazing tiny homes. I don’t understand how anyone could be opposed to them, but they are. | Eluxe Magazine

Here are the most ethical and sustainable knitwear brands out there. | Project JUST

Could the chemicals on your clothing be making you sick? | Vogue

There’s a new sustainable fashion blog in town, and it’s heavy on the upmarket style. | L&J Files


Crazy things beauty gurus have done for clear skin. Really into Tara from Meow Meow Tweet’s tip! | Well + Good


Drooling over the items in these 7 online artisan home stores. | The Good Trade

Big Ideas

What is a Benefit Corporation and how can it make the world better? | The Good Trade


Trump’s cabinet picks, and how they could affect the environment. | Grist

Trump’s infrastructure plan sucks, don’t support it. | Grist

The EPA has decided that yes, fracking impacts water quality. | Grist

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