How to Feel Like a Boss (When You Really, Really Don’t) – Need a pick me up? Or a swift, yet meaningful, perspective shift? This list is an excellent place to start.
You can catch a brief interview with yours truly, over at Ode to Sunday’s blog. I’m sharing a bit about what Sundays look like around our house. Ode to Sunday is an independent clothing line in Europe, with a strong emphasis on conscious production.
Paige, of Style This Life, brings up the discussion of ‘mindfully’ purchasing fast fashion.
Fresh off her trip abroad, LO dials in ethical French girl style over on her blog Capsule Closet, and I’m pretty sure she nailed it.
A heads up for Everlane fans: the company is offering FREE, 2-Day shipping on cashmere orders placed, Monday, December 4th. Their shipping has gotten notoriously slow, that makes Monday a great time to put in your order if you need it soon.
Have you heard about Nisolo’s holiday bundle yet? They’re teaming up with Hackwith Design House (one of my favorites!!) and three other businesses to sell a bundle of gift cards to five ethically-minded small businesses. It’s $35 for $250 worth of gift cards. There is a men’s and women’s option. But the best part is that $10 from every bundle purchase goes toward helping build a school in Kenya.
SUSTAINABILITY + BUSINESS:
The company Purnaa is aiming to be sustainable suppliers to the wholesale screen printing market. Businesses looking to screen print on t-shirts, hoodies, baseball caps, beanies, totes or drawstring bags now have a choice that can reflect their commitment to ethical and sustainable production. Purnaa offers a wholesale option for these types of items, that are produced in Fair Trade factories with organic, sustainable materials.