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Category Archives: Brands
soulofafricashoes by fracturedradiance on Polyvore I stopped into Clarks on my walk through the forsaken corridors of our local indoor mall, thinking maybe I’d invest in a pair of their classic little elf shoes. The price tag caught me off … Continue reading
mata traders by fracturedradiance on Polyvore Mata Traders is an American fair trade clothing company. I love that they’ve begun to make more streamlined, less feminine garments that appeal to my aesthetic. I find that their clothing isn’t really tailored for … Continue reading
After searching far and wide for a versatile, relatively simple summer sandal, I decided on Sseko Designs. The sandals come in two parts: a leather and foam base and a ribbon strap. You can lace the strap up in more … Continue reading
The founder of Seamly.co, Kristen Glenn, reached out to me last fall to participate in her newly launched affiliate program. WordPress doesn’t allow sidebar ads or affiliate links, however, so a full blog post seemed like the best way to … Continue reading
People Tree just released its Spring/Summer interactive lookbook. I love everything in the Orla Kiely collaboration. The best part is that it’s all fair trade and most cotton products are organic. Take a look by clicking here or on the … Continue reading
I was initially put off by TOMS’ business model because it seemed that they were really just in it for personal gain; when you pay $40.00+ for shoes that won’t last more than a couple seasons, you better hope that … Continue reading
Clothing company, Everlane, offers an innovative alternative to the typical retail experience by providing specific information about the factories that produce their understated line. image source The Factories tab opens to a map that allows users to click on a … Continue reading
Better Life Bags employs women, primarily first generation immigrants, who would have difficulty finding work otherwise. Additionally, company profits support the low income (and incredibly diverse) Detroit community in which production is located. Their mission is great, but their products … Continue reading
Bib & Tuck is an invitation only resale site with a unique twist: it operates with no real money, instead relying on members to set their prices using a points system and then trade unwanted garments with other members. It’s … Continue reading