If you love Reformation as much as I do, check out these 10 indie brands that, like Ref, offer serious style AND sustainability cred. Because Earth Day is every day.
Warming body oil to get you New Yorkers through the last of winter's grip, cooling gels to calm Angelenos already in the midst of a heat wave...A muscle rub that actually smells good AND works and more of my favorite products from one of my longtime favorite botanically based, environmentally friendly beauty brands... Yuni!
Besides the obvious recycling, conserving water and carpooling–there are a ton of small changes that can have a huge impact on your carbon footprint. Check out 10 specific ways that I try to respect Mama Nature, without sacrificing style. I’ll always be a “hippie in heels” after all… even if I do love my white Birkenstocks.
If the words "eco friendly" still conjure up images of burlap dresses and recycled plastic shoes, here are 22 of the best styles that prove otherwise: from undies to accessories and everything in between.
Not only does the site carry effortlessly chic designers that are tough to find in the US, but they also adhere to strict guidelines of ethical manufacturing AND provide carbon neutral shipping. So while price points aren’t cheap (around that of Net-A-Porter) you are paying for both quality of product and peace of mind. And that…is worth every penny.
In recognition of Earth Day, I caught up with the London based, babes behind the brand to learn more about why rêve en vert really is a dream come true for every hippie in heels.
News flash – it’s just as important to be aware of what we put ON our bodies as what we put in them. So while most of us know to steer clear of GMO’s when it comes to our food, what you may not realize is that they’re also present in a lot of beauty products. Many popular bath, body and makeup items also use other dangerous toxins like parabens, sulfates, phthalates and petrochemicals, all of which have been linked to health issues and scary diseases including cancer. Yikes!