Tag Archives: domestically produced

brand: seamly.co

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

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brand: better life bags

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

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down the rabbit hole

I started Style Wise with the relatively simple mission to promote fair trade clothing. But it’s become clear to me that it’s time to take things a step further. We hear the terms organic and fair trade tossed around in the … Continue reading

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A-Thread: shop & effect

athread  A-Thread‘s business model relies on giving back: 5% of all sales go to charity. And through their Shop & Effect program, customers are able to choose which cause to support with their purchase. Of course I want to support … Continue reading

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sale alert: American Apparel 30% off

Everything at American Apparel is 30% off until January 20th when you enter the coupon code, BFF2013, at checkout. The Judy Blue jeans I purchased from ModCloth popped two buttons within a week, so they’re going back. I replaced them … Continue reading

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