Ethical Fashion 1


Gray tee
Striped dress
Gray dress
Blue skirt
Denim shirt
Floral skirt
Sleeveless blouse
Check trousers
Printed tee

In my efforts to make more ethical purchases, I've been discouraged by the hefty price tags accompanying many fair trade products. I mean, it makes sense, but I'm still a girl on a budget! It's also been a struggle to find ethically-made clothing that fits my personal aesthetic. As a result, I tend to buy a lot of my clothing at thrift stores and consignment shops, and occasionally I'll buy from mainstream retailers who are at least implementing some kind of social responsibility plan. However, as I find cute and affordable ethical brands, I want to be sharing them with you so that you can benefit from my research, if you so choose. All of the items pictured above are currently under $100!

P.S. If you know of any great ethical fashion brands, please do share!

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This simple refashion is a great solution for when that favorite sweater/sweater dress gets a wee bit too short. Might as well make it look like you meant it to be that way all along, right? And then you can get a little more wear out of it before retiring it for good.

I'm not really into midriff-baring, but a cropped sweater can be a fun layering tool in your wardrobe because it allows you to play with interesting proportions. Want to learn how to make one of your own? Check out the tutorial below!