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How to build an ethical and sustainable wardrobe
Tips on how to build an ethical and sustainable wardrobe in 2019, and practice conscious consumerism even if you are on a tight budget
5 Eco-friendly fabrics that will Green your wardrobe
Take the green and organic route with these 5 eco-friendly fabrics that will fill your wardrobe with fashionable, durable & environmentally responsible clothing, and will last you almost a lifetime.
Ethical fashion brands at low prices for back to college or work
Are you looking for boho, ethical fashion brands at low prices for back-to-college (or back to work)? If you ever thought of ditching “fast fashion” for more eco-conscious, ethical brands but you thought it would be too expensive, think again. Hello my beautiful friends!Are you one of those people who believe that ethical clothing is something that a) looks like only a drunk hippie would wear (nothing against drunk hippies) or b) only rich people can afford? If you are – good news! – this is no longer the case: ethical fashion brands and nowadays not only have fair trade clothing that looks amazingly stylish but they are also fairly...
Tips to switch to Sustainable Fashion
Guest post by Cassi Today I have a special guest post by Cassi, the creator of CuratedCassi, sharing with SevenRoses’ readers a very interesting post about Sustainable Fashion. So if you want to find out how to make more eco-friendily fashion choices, please welcome Cassi as she shares her simple tips on how to shop sustainably with us! The environmental movement has been picking up momentum in the past several years. In an effort to help the planet, people are turning to renewable energy, going zero-waste, and eating more eco-friendly diets. But did you know that your clothing could be ruining the environment? The fashion industry accounts for 8% of...
October favorites: Vegan beauty & lifestyle
October has always just been “the month before my favorite month” but this year things have changed. Since moving to Vosges, Autumn has taken a whole new aspect. It has always been my favorite season, but mostly because of childhood memories of life in the Prealps region. The past couple of years we’ve skipped Autumn altogether, moving from a warm to a deadly warm area. This time around, October has been a blessing, with leaves changing color everyday from green to red to yellow, cold nights, starry skies, a mix of melancholic and poignant beauty. We even had a couple of days with snow! I don’t know what November will...