the moral wardrobe: dress up

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I feel borderline ridiculous in these glasses. But while I still have them to sample, may as well play dress-up. I’m not sure if I’m ready to take the leap into extra large glasses. Maybe I’m just not used to myself in them.

Ethical choices are bolded below:

  • Striped Shirt – Lush via T. J. Maxx (made in USA)
  • Button Up Knit Shirt – J. Crew
  • Jeans – American Rag via Plato’s Closet
  • Moccasins – Minnetonka via ebay
  • Necklace – Boutique Minimaliste on etsy
  • Glasses – Benji Frank

I didn’t realize until just now that everything I’m wearing was produced responsibly. I have noticed on recent trips to T. J. Maxx, however, that many of the brands they carry are produced domestically. You can shop lots of places if you have the patience to look at the labels before making a purchase.

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About Leah

I have a vintage clothing company called Platinum & Rust (.com). I'm also passionate about fair trade and sustainability issues; I work at a fair trade, organic coffee shop and blog about sustainable fashion at StyleWiseGuide.com.
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4 Responses to the moral wardrobe: dress up

  1. Marta says:

    Thank you so much for making my day! I loved your post with my necklace!
    Thank you**
    Marta**

  2. jen lula says:

    You look relaxed and beautiful! Great combination.

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