Tag Archives: h&m

the moral wardrobe: madras

Despite having had a busy week, I don’t have much to say. Happy that the weather is cooling down after a few brutally hot days. Ethical choices are bolded below. Retailers taking steps to become more ethical are bolded in gray. Top – … Continue reading

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the moral wardobe: edge

So, the fashion show went well. It was a crazy, fun, stressful, exciting experience and I’m glad I participated. I learned I can, in fact, walk a runway with ease and I made lots of new friends in the process. … Continue reading

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the moral wardrobe: hipster button

I really tried to pull off the “hipster button” (all the way buttoned up), but I started to feel like I was suffocating about an hour into this look and had to undo it. In other news, I burnt two … Continue reading

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the moral wardrobe: angry kitten

My spirit animal is likely an angry kitten: lots of passion, little means of actually taking anyone out. When I saw this cat dress on H&M’s website, I fell for it instantly, even featuring it in a Recipe for Success … Continue reading

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illustrated: pinafore perfection

   

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h&m now available online

I’ve been waiting for this day for years! H&M has finally made a selection of their products available online to US customers. As I previously discussed, H&M lives somewhere in the gray area of fair trade fashion. They’re taking big, … Continue reading

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h&m: an ethical fashion ally?

H&M is the second largest fast fashion corporation in the world, selling more than 550 million articles of clothing per year. Because fast fashion often signals wage suppression and poor corporate oversight, due to those kinds of numbers alone I’m inclined … Continue reading

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