ROUND + SQUARE’s ethical clothing supports equal rights, sustainability, and transparent supply chains. ROUND + SQUARE clothing is crafted using organic cotton and donates 10% of profits to Equality Now, a non-profit fighting for legal rights for women and girls around the world.Read More
Looking for socially responsible brands to shop? I’ve got you covered! There are so many brand making a positive impact through ethical craftsmanship, sustainable initiatives, and giving back! Taking part in a socially responsible lifestyle can be as easy as supporting socially responsible brands! Here are 100+ socially responsible brands to LOVE! This list has socially responsible clothing brands, accessories, home goods, wines, and more!Read More
Well if you haven’t heard by now H&M is moving towards sustainability. I’m not writing this to hate on H&M, but to simply explain why I prefer not to shop with them. I’ve procrastinated writing about H&M’s sustainability push for a few reasons.
I DO think it is important that large companies like H&M to move towards social and environmental sustainability. And I think it’s good they’re doing something even if they have a way to go.
I understand it takes large companies time to transition their supply chain to be ethical and sustainable on such a large scale.
I try to focus on the positives and support companies that are trying to take positive steps, but I struggle with H&M’s motives.
BUT after a few of my friends asking if I’ll shop at H&M now that they’re “sustainable,” I’ve decided to write. So here are my thoughts and why I personally do not shop at H&M. I have read parts of H&M’s Sustainability Report which helped me come to the conclusions below.Read More
In honor of Earth Day on April 22nd check out these 22 eco-conscious brands. Consumerism has been taking a toll on the planet due to excessive use of materials and harmful materials used in the creation of goods. These brands are taking the initiative to educate consumers, seek out impactful materials, and encourage shoppers to have a positive impact on the planet through their purchase power.Read More
When I first started my ethical fashion journey as a sophomore in college, PACT was one of the first brands I purchased from. As a college student I loved their affordable prices, organic materials, and fair trade principles. Four years later and I’m still in love with the quality of PACT’s organic clothing. If you’re not familiar with PACT, it is a great time to learn about this sustainable brand because they’re having a huge Earth week sale with 30% off site wide!Read More
Jackalo is a sustainable brand of children’s clothing that is ethically made and crafted to last. This kid’s clothing brand encourages parents to invest in high quality products for their children & take part in circular fashion. Great lessons to start teaching kids at a young age!Read More
Sustainable clothing brands can be tricky to identify! This sustainable clothing brand guide includes some great brands that focus on using eco-friendly materials and keep the planet and people in mind while making clothes! Shop socially responsible and celebrate conscious consumerism.Read More
MiaDonna is an incredible ethical, sustainable company revolutionizing the diamond and jewelry industry! I’m loving my MiaDonna engagement ring! Here are 8 fun facts about my ethical engagement ring.Read More
Looking to live more sustainably, but not sure where to start? Cutting down on the plastic products you use & purchase is a great place to begin. Here are ten easy swaps to make sustainable living easy! This post does contain some affiliate links! All products I truly believe in!Read More
While organic clothing is better for the people and the environment, it’s not always better for our wallets. Due to the high quality of what you’re purchasing organic cotton clothing will always be a bit more pricey, but it is possible to find organic garments under $100 and under $50! Here are a few brands that are making it affordable to start your organic clothing collection.Read More
Whenever I do vendor fairs for Give a Damn Goods people are always shocked when I inform them our shirts each have 6 recycled water bottles in them! Recycled water bottles are being turned into all kinds of awesome things these days! If you’re interested in learning more about the process, click here! Below we’ve listed innovative brands that are selling super cool products made from recycled water bottles! Prepare to be blown away!Read More
Gift giving is a great opportunity to educate and get our loved ones excited about sustainability. There are some pretty innovative products out there that are sure to get your friends to hop on the sustainability train! Here are a few fun gift ideas under $40!Read More
Tis the season of beanies! Not that they ever really go out of style, but they are the perfect hat to keep your head warm when the seasons start to change. Here are four brands that will compliment your fall wardrobe and add a touch of sustainable style to your outfits!Read More
United By Blue is on a mission to show our oceans & waterways some love by removing trash all over the country. For each product sold, United By Blue removes one pound of trash from oceans and waterways through organized community clean-ups.Read More
On my search for ethical home brands, I came across Savvy Rest. I am incredibly impressed with their initiatives. This is a company that values their customers, the planet, and social impact. Savvy Rest creates bedding and furniture using organic and natural materials, while giving back through multiple social impact initiatives.Read More
I am OBSESSED with Three Huggers Beeswax Wrap. This is an essential product to have in your kitchen! This life changing wrap is a sustainable alternative to saran wrap and plastic baggies. Wrap up your fruits, sandwiches, cheese, or just about any other item (except meat). When you’re done with the wrap you can run it under the sink with a drop of soap, let it air dry, and REUSE!Read More
"Haiti has a lot of challenges, but we have the opportunity to use creativity to find solutions." -Alex Georges, Co-founder of EnersaRead More