Eco-Fashion Marketplace Spotlight: Green Orchyd

The Discovery SkirtΒ by Mata Traders Green Orchyd is a one-stop-shop eco-fashion marketplace which sells brands such as Mata Traders, Amour Vert (made in California), BeGood and Indigenous (made in Peru with low impact dyes), amongst other brands. Below are our top picks from the site (many of these items are on sale, FYI πŸ™‚ ):…

Top Picks: Consciously made ASOS dresses

We love this sophisticated and sexy dress by the Love clothing brand. Isn’t this dress something else? We love the V-neckline and woven fabric. Showstopping! This adorable and checkered fit-and-flare dress is by one of our favourite brands – fair trade fashion pioneers People Tree! Straight off the set of That 70’s Show! Only kidding!…

Designer Showcase: Manos Zapotecas

Drumroll! And the winner for best tote for travelling, heading to the gym or even for work is the Manos ZapotosΒ Crystal duffel bag. Did we mention it’s perfect for a weekend getaway (hint, hint, nudge, nudge)? We love its burnt orange shades and aztec vibes, but what we love even more is that these bags…

Company Showcase: Boden UK

What a pleasant surprise to stumble upon Boden UK’s website. Founded in 1991, Boden initially started out as a strictly menswear company. A year later, they started making women’s clothing, and we couldn’t be more thankful! Boden is part of the Ethical Traditing Initiative, which showcases their dedication to ethical trade and a strong sense…

Brand Spotlight: Beaumont Organic

Beaumont Organic specializes in luxury casual pieces typically made from 100% organic cotton (with GOTS certification). These are often oversized and are in our humble opinion, are among the best quality garments. They also get brownie points for the and wonderful soft feel of their items. Here’s a look at our top picks! πŸ™‚ Boyfriend-style…

Designer Spotlight: Style Saint

Style Saint defines itself as being effortless fashion for earth-loving babes. Their mission? To be a next generation designer label, a company driven by their belief in making products that matter and pieces that last. By focusing on quality over quantity – and designing timeless collections that are meant to be worn year-round. They stand…

Fashion-Forward Ethical Brands

Nowadays, there are many fashionable clothing companies out there, many of which have noble mission statements. While ethically-made clothing may be pricier, we are firm believers that you vote with your dollars. Moreover, designer clothing isn’t cheap, and often, it’s unethically made in China. Consider supporting more ethical companies as an investment (fair treatment of…