the moral wardrobe: catch up

summer style navy dress on6on3

I had a wonderful, jam-packed weekend working extra hours, attending a tea party, singing at church, doing a fashion shoot, driving to Richmond, and celebrating a friend’s birthday party. It’s always nice to have a full schedule, but I’m quite behind on Platinum and Rust updates and laundry, so I have to catch up in the next couple of days.

Speaking of Platinum and Rust, I found some groovy summer dresses I’m excited to list. I’m also interested to know what styles and items you’re looking for this season, particularly if you like to buy vintage clothing. It’d be great if you’d leave me a comment or etsy message so I can try to find them for you.

Ethical choices are bolded below. Retailers taking steps to become more ethical are bolded in gray.

  • Dress – Vero Moda
  • Cardigan – thrifted
  • Earrings – handmade via etsy
  • Shoes – MIA

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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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3 Responses to the moral wardrobe: catch up

  1. Sonya Mann says:

    Soooo drapey! I love sweaters like that.

  2. Catherine says:

    I especially love the kimono style of your cardigan. I graduated from high school in the 90s, so I have trouble wearing some of the stuff that is popular now. I have bought a few accessories from that time, and I love the long floral skirts because they are so easy and versatile. I used to live in them. 🙂

    • Leah says:

      I love longer skirts, too. I have a growing collection of skirts that hit mid calf – they’re much easier to wear than shorter skirts because I don’t have to worry about exposing myself. Thanks for your input!

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