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Tag Archives: modcloth
look by fracturedradiance featuring stripe tops knit tee + mini skirt + rustic bag + jelly flats I suppose I was inspired by the warm weather this week when creating these looks. The weather outside is perfect, but it can … Continue reading
This outfit is a cross between referee and newsie. Refersie? Newseree? I always forget I have this hat. Freshman year of college, my then boyfriend and I walked all the way to the transit station to take the bus to … Continue reading
fairtradelook by fracturedradiance featuring leather boots This outfit from A Little Dash of Darling is a little over-the-top for me, but I like the silhouette and the mix of fancy and casual. My ethical outfit includes layered tops from People … Continue reading
This is my very favorite skirt. It’s below-the-knee so I can move around freely, plus it has pockets, a high waist, and the coolest print ever. I’m surprised I haven’t photographed it for the blog before now, as I wear … Continue reading
When I’m itching for a virtual shopping spree, I often head over to ModCloth, type “made in usa” in the search box, and add things to my Wishlist like I won the lottery. image sources: cat shirt, dress, peplum top, … Continue reading
Fashioning Change is a wondrous website I heard about in the comments section of Delightfully Tacky’s newest blog post on ethical fashion. Simply take a quiz on your clothing preferences, budget, and style icons and the site matches you up … Continue reading
I decided when I started this blog that I would post occasional personal outfits that exemplify ethical consumption in action. It’s a fun challenge for me and I hope it will encourage you in your fashion pursuits. This outfit is … Continue reading
ModCloth is undiscriminating when it comes to sourcing, although I think I read somewhere that they prefer independent designers over well-known labels. I discovered several months ago that you can narrow your search by country of origin or production designation … Continue reading