We're so pleased that we were finally able to partner with Yoga Democracy to promote their beautiful clothes. I personally own the Rustica matching yoga pant and top, and love it so much!
Yoga Democracy are particularly sustainable in that they use water bottles to make their fabric. I thought at first that it would be itchy or cause some kind of rash, but it's been a very smooth to the touch and I'm happy to report that I've not experienced any issues wearing their clothes. What's fun is that their clothes are sometimes reversible, and I love that in one pair of yoga pants I'm ac...
As fall rolls in, we are looking at new colors, new trends, and soooo excited to share a new brand - Labante from London!
Labante's clutches and bags use vegetable by-products and dyes for the colors and fabrics of their collections. The inside linings of the bags are made from reclaimed plastic bottles, making their beautifully crafted purses and clutches as sustainable as it gets.
You can find them under the New arrivals tab or under women's accessories. This is a fantastic gift for anyone who loves red, wants to feel glamorous, and wants to be an ecofriendly consumer!
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As always, the blog is here to highlight brands and companies who are making the world a bit more sustainable and ecofriendly one product at a time and we want to support them.
This summer, we wanted to highlight a few of our favorite surprises out of Hawaii!
A friend recently brought me back a beautiful beach towel from her trip to Maui, and to my delight, not only was it pink and covered in surfer girls, but it was ecofriendly (!!!).
Tag Aloha Co. uses recycled bottles to make these quick-dry super absorbent beach towels. This particular one is called the Queens of Waikiki and...