An Easy Guide to an Ethical Wardrobe by Katie Jost

Since you’re reading this, you are likely already aware of all the reasons why fair trade is so important to the fashion industry, such as protecting human rights, supporting fair wages, and caring for our environment. Today it is easier than ever to build an ethical wardrobe, and you don’t have to change your sense of style at all to do it! Some may say there is a stigma about fair trade fashion, that it is somehow less fashionable, not as high quality, or that you have to really go out of your way to find it

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Guest Post
Rethink Shopping by Rosalie Roberts

Our Guest Writer today is Rosalie Roberts, the Founder of World Changer Co. Through her world travels, her time working retail in Hawai’i, and her internships with “do-good” companies, she has developed a passion for taking care of people and the earth. She started World Changer Co. with the mission of introducing consumers to the great shopping options that bring good to the world instead of harm. By getting people excited about these fair trade and sustainable companies, Rosalie is sharing her passion and multiplying her message that we can prevent slavery in product manufacturing and pollution from factories and farms around the world. She lives with the belief that if we care about these problems, we can actually make a huge impact on lives around the world with each purchase we make.

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Guest Post
Be a Kind Consumer by Mary Llano

Consumerism. The world in which we are able to quickly purchase with 1-click, plus with 2 day shipping, we get the things we want, how we want them, when we want them. We like this fast reality of shopping and have conditioned ourselves to need and expect instantaneous gratification.

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Mary Llano