6 American Made, Sustainable Brands Owned by Badass Women

Hackwith Design House gave me a Raw Hem Smock Jacket free of charge and this post contains two affiliate links As a part of my effort to re-center my shopping habits around quality pieces, I've been exploring more indie-made, American brands. When pressed by a very smart friend recently about what system I think is…

Sharon Z Jewelry: Simply Good Design (That’s Child Labor Free)

This post was sponsored by Sharon Z Jewelry and I received product for review. Over the past few years, I've spoken with several jewelry designers who strive for ethics in their production process and they unanimously agree on one thing: it's very difficult to trace raw materials.  If you purchase a conventionally made jewelry item…

YSTR Clothing Part 2: Building Conscious Community

I was not compensated for this post, but I did receive items for review from YSTR Clothing, and there are some affiliate links throughout. In yesterday's post, I introduced sustainable fashion line, YSTR, which produces a capsule friendly collection in California out of eco-conscious and deadstock fabric. In today's post, in addition to showing a…

YSTR Clothing: Made to Order, Effortless, Ethical

I was not compensated for this post, but I did receive items for review from YSTR Clothing, and there are some affiliate links throughout. The first thing you should know about YSTR is that their clothes perfectly encapsulate laid back, California cool.  The second thing you should know about YSTR is that their items are…

Fibre Athletics Introduces Water Bottles, Hats, and Tees

This post is part of a paid collaboration with Fibre Athletics. Fibre Athletics, an ethical brand dedicated to producing eco-friendly, high performance activewear in the USA, is now taking preorders for their new range of hats, tees, and water bottles. With summer days on the horizon, it's the perfect time to introduce activewear accessories that…