Fast, trendy fashion might be fun for a minute, but it has some pretty negative impacts on the environment and the people involved in the industry. We don't want to go on too much about this because it's pretty depressing, and you can easily research it yourself. We recommend The True Cost documentary if you're new to the movement away from this section of the industry.
Knowing what we know about fast fashion practices, it's hard not to get frustrated and all too easy to feel hopeless. We decided to take our frustration and use it to make things a little less hopeless and build a better option. This shop is dedicated to eco-friendly, ethically sourced and traded fashion. We select some of the best pieces from brands that we feel are doing things right and bring those pieces right to you. If you want to learn more about us and our mission, click here.
Classic leggings for everyday comfort.
A dangling wire wrapped bar made from sustainably harvested tagua nut in an effort to reduce deforestation of rainforests. The sale of nuts and seeds from naturally growing trees and plants offers land owners an alternative source of income so theymay not be forced to sell their land.
Gold choker necklace with delicate layered chain.
A stylish clutch or wristlet hand woven from fashion industry waste.
A flowy short sleeved dress for summer.
A cotton a-line skirt with a zipper in the back.
Great summer jumpsuit with adjustable tied straps and synched waist.
Small studs made with real sea glass. Disclaimer: Size and shape will naturally very quite a bit on these, but, rest assured, all are beautiful.