Sustainable Pairings

After viewing the extremely powerful and alarming documentary, True Cost, which takes an inside look at who makes our clothing and how, we've been making a conscious effort to buy less and when we do shop, trying to buy sustainable.

A lot of people ask us where we find eco or responsible clothing because typically terms like "eco" or "sustainable" in the fashion world unfortunately come with a bad reputation for being frumpy or way too expensive. However, after doing our due diligence (shopping is never easy, amiright?!) we are actually quite thrilled with what we've been finding in the sustainable fashion market...

Sustainable Pairing #1:

Piece & Co. Dress 
How it's sustainable: The blue and white cotton dress was loom-woven at an artisan cooperative in India.

Gemma Redux Studs $100
How it's sustainable: Gemma Redux creates their pieces from vintage and reclaimed materials.


Sustainable Pairing #2:

Threads for Thought Tee $40
How it's sustainable: The tee is made from organic cotton, recycled polyester, and rayon.

Falconwright Pouch $39
How it's sustainable: Each pouch is screen-printed by hand in small batches in Toronto by the Falconwright who sources from Toronto-based suppliers with a careful eye for quality.

Sustainable Pairing #3:

Reformation Crop Top and Skirt $138
How it's sustainable: Both pieces are made from tencel and spandex.

Cuyana Hat $75
How it's sustainable: Cuyana stands behind their philosophy turned movement, "A Lean Closet" that challenges us to collect fewer, better things, and to donate the pieces in our wardrobes that are merely taking up space to those who need them.