Secondhand Fashion + thredUP I really love thredUP for making secondhand fashion accessible and trendy for women and kids. Not only is it a popular brand on the rise, it is a movement with roots in the sustainable community. Their entire purpose is to extend the life of clothes that were once worn . . .
Black Panther, the Marvel & Disney movie, has been in theaters for less than one week and I have already seen it twice. Each time I viewed it, I wore clothing with prints to mimic traditional African garb for cosplay and to just look cute. My first outfit's top is a piece by modern African . . .
Outfit Remix You've seen everything that I'm wearing before. Wearing the clothes in your closet more than once is no longer taboo. The new trend is to maximize the use of as few clothes as possible. Capsule closets and 10 x 10 challenges can be seen on blogs everywhere. To be able to do minimize . . .
Hemp is Not a Drug Hemp makes up fabrics, food, building materials, fuel, and more. Hemp is not the same as smoking weed, cannabis, or marijuana. Not that those things are bad, as long as they are legal. However, in order to fully understand the powerful benefits of utilizing hemp as an industrial . . .
"Netflix & Chill" is a way of life, is it not? We all know that Netflix and other movie streaming apps and sites are amazing. I don't have to convince you of that. If you don't have time to read several blog posts, informative articles, or books about eco-friendly lifestyle, maybe movies and . . .
Greenwashing is Lying Greenwash, Greenwashing: to claim that something, most likely a product, is “green” (sustainable, eco-friendly), when it is not environmentally friendly at all. Read more via my Green Terminology post. Picture this: you're at the store one day and you have time to browse, . . .
Hemp is Good Wanna know why? When hemp is planted, harvested, and produced right, it is super eco-friendly. It takes a significantly less harmful toll on the earth compared to some of our top favorite fabrics, such as cotton. Cotton uses 95% MORE PESTICIDES, 50% MORE WATER, and yields only 1/4 of . . .