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The Moral Wardrobe: The Decadence of Fabric

Ethical Details: Top – Everlane; Skirt – thrifted vintage Ralph Lauren; Sandals – Betula via Ebay; Necklace – old Greenola Style c/o American Nomad   A couple months ago, I went on my annual, pre-summer skirt hunt at the local thrift stores and found this one at my first stop for $3.75. It’s vintage Ralph …

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The Moral Wardrobe: a Whole Lotta Mata (Traders)

Mata Traders works with women’s co-ops in India to produce their line of festive, feminine dresses, skirts, blouses, and jewelry. They sent me the Maxwell Midi Skirt and the Layered Amulet Necklace from their Spring 2016 line to wear and review. I love the updated designs and the versatility of these items. First, the hand …

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The Moral Wardrobe: An Ethical Dress by National Picnic

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: you can tell if I feel confident in an outfit by the way the pictures turn out. This outfit – particularly the National Picnic Tank Dress, given to me for review – is a real winner, and it helps that the flowering trees are showing off …

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Capsule Wardrobe Tips From Seasons + Salt

Capsule Wardrobe Tips From Seasons + Salt Andrea blogs at Seasons + Salt where she shares smart shopping tips, her capsule wardrobe experience, and snippets of her life in Portland, Oregon. I love Andrea’s approach to the capsule because she doesn’t see it as an excuse to overindulge. She’s also focused on building an ethical wardrobe. Read along …

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The Moral Wardrobe: Manos Zapotecas (MZ Fair Trade)

I reached out to Manos Zapotecas to see if I could review one of their handcrafted bags on Style Wise. They lent me this lovely chevron crossbody and I’m probably going to have to buy it now because I love it so much. The Zapotec are an indigenous people from Mexico whose culture dates back …

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The Moral Wardrobe: A Very eShakti Thanksgiving

I spent Thanksgiving day in rural Virginia with my father-in-law and his wife’s family. The landscape was covered with snow in the Shenandoah Valley, but Charlottesville was sunny and relatively warm. I’m glad I thought to take pictures here before I left – it was too cold to go coat-less in Edinburg! eShakti contacted me …

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