It’s time for another sustainable wedding planning update! Make yourself some tea and get comfy, because we’re about to talk about one of the best parts of being a bride – dressing up like a princess. Sustainable Wedding Gowns As many of you know, The Curious Button started as an ethical fashion blog. So it’s
Note: This post contains affiliate links. To learn more about this, click here. Thank you for supporting The Curious Button! When I first decided to start swapping out makeup products with safer alternatives that were more natural, mascara was not first on my list. Unlike other beauty products, many of which I use infrequently,
I’m a fan of any ethically made, sustainable clothing brand, but there’s a special place in my heart for Canadian ethical brands in particular. There’s something so special when the clothing you’re wearing is made not only ethically, but also in your very own country, and in this case, just a couple of hours away.
Let me start by saying that, like most people out there, I am not a “morning person”. I have never had a morning routine, or any other routine now that I think of it. When I was in elementary school, my mom signed up my younger sister and I for a plethora of extracurricular activities,
When I got engaged, finding a beautiful and ethical wedding dress was one of the things I was both most excited for, but also most worried about. Would they cost a fortune? Would I be restricted to only secondhand gowns? Worst of all, would I have to choose between ethics or beauty? Luckily, I quickly
Let’s cut to the chase here: Thunderpants USA makes organic cotton underwear for women and men, and they are like a hug for your bum. Take a quick browse through their website and you’ll quickly find that they make undies like no other. They go in the opposite direction of most underwear brands. Instead of