I recently had the opportunity to partner with the United Nations Development Programme and the @ethicalwriters on a post about climate change. I decided to share a personal narrative, entitled I was a climate change denier: why I changed my mind. You can read it on stylewise-blog.com today. Link in profile.
Today #ontheblog, I'm reviewing the ethical and ecofriendly Cold Shoulder Top from @emberboutique. Check it out on stylewise-blog.com. ---------------------------------------▶ENTER TO WIN ONE OF YOUR OWN! 1. Follow @stylewiseblog and @emberboutique on Instagram. 2. Comment below telling us how you would style this piece now or in warmer months! *️⃣Extra entry options on the blog post. ---------------------------------------No purchase necessary. This contest is not affiliated with Instagram. Contest ends at 11:59 pm EST on 3/1/17. Must be 18 years old or older to enter. Open to US readers only.
Last night at the Farm to Fiber event put on by @_ladyfarmer and Ewe Fine Fiber in #charlottesville. @_ladyfarmer is crowdfunding through late summer and will release their first sustainable capsule Spring 2018!
Makeup developer and small business owner, Kerrie (of @kitsunes_closet) and I live in the same town, but I'd never met her until she commented on my recent post about my beauty routine. The conversation that developed there was highly informative, and I asked Kerrie if she would allow me to interview her for the blog. A lot of us in the eco community trust small product lines to make safe, natural products, but Kerrie told me that some of the products I currently use - and some of the ones recommended by readers - were potentially dangerous after prolonged exposure. Today, she's here to break down some of the myths surrounding both natural beauty and the beauty industry at large so that we can be informed, smart consumers...READ the interview on the blog!
Windswept in the @everlane Soft Cotton Square Cardigan. Full review at stylewise-blog.com
I've never been particularly good at nailing down what I like in specific terms. And that's been a problem for me as I've embraced a more expensive, ethical market. I can't just buy all the things and see what works. I need to be smart and curate aggressively. To help me narrow it down before I start shopping for a new season, I decided to break my preferences down by both what I like and what I don't like. Here are my lists...READ the rest at stylewise-blog.com