Guilt finds it’s place in fashion more than ever these days – certainly more than it should, if it ever should at all. There’s guilt for spending money on something you very well know you don’t need. There’s guilt for supporting an industry that has distorted our perceptions of beauty. When you learn more about
The worst part about becoming a more conscious consumer is feeling like you have to sacrifice your style. The best part is when you realize you don’t have to. And when it comes to time-telling arm candy, there is no better switch to make than to Berg + Betts watches. Ethically and sustainably made, the
Ah, affordable ethical fashion. It’s what we’re all on the hunt for these days, isn’t it? After all, how feasible is making the switch to ethical fashion if you’re suddenly paying double or triple the price then you’re used to? While $5 t-shirts will probably never exist ethically, there are still plenty of ways to
How to find ethically made clothing is probably the number one question consumers have when they think about making the switch to ethical, sustainable and slow fashion. After all, having good intentions will only get you so far if you don’t actually know where to look and shop. And admittedly, finding ethically made clothing, especially
If you’ve been reading the blog for a while now, I’m sure you already know my story. For those who don’t, here’s your tl;dr : November 2015 I watched The True Cost and could not stop thinking about it. January 2016 I started this blog to keep myself accountable and share my slow fashion journey.
Here’s the thing – I never thought I’d really get into the whole “wooden watch” thing. It has always seemed a bit too tree-hugger, granola style for me, and as someone who is trying to show that sustainable fashion doesn’t have to look so literally “eco”, I never had much interest in them. That is, of