I know in my last post I said my outfit (minus my shoes) was completely sustainable, but I can actually say this time that my outfit is completely sustainable — including my shoes. Knowing that I’m not hurting the environment or affecting factory workers around the world by wearing certain clothes just feels good, and if I can get to a point where I feel good about wearing everything in my closet, that would just be incredible.… View Post
A few days ago I went to a big outdoor mall with my mom and sister and I have never had a more frustrating experience. It seemed as though every store we went into the clothes were made in Bangladesh and Cambodia and were made of materials that rank low on the MSI. Needless to say I was extremely discouraged. … View Post
The past few weeks have been full of HGTV (or catfish) marathons, sitting in my spot on the couch, and Spotify. My discover weekly playlists have been incredible lately, and I’ve found a lot of new music since coming home from school. Keeping the “Tunes” in T&T, I put together two playlists (which you can stare at on the little playlist pictures I made or listen to on Spotify) of tunes I have not been able to stop listening to. And no, this isn’t an ad for Spotify. I’m genuinely obsessed.
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The Copenhagen Fashion Summit happened two weeks ago. It is the world’s largest sustainability in fashion event, and has been occurring every two or so years since 2009. The goal of the fourth instillation of the summit this year was to be a catalyst for change in the fashion industry, and this year’s theme was responsible innovation. In the eight ours of the summit, the Italian Fashion Body’s chemical substance guidelines were launched and a declaration aiming to decrease the amount of plastic pollution, especially micro plastic that is created from washing clothes and released into the ocean, was signed by numerous players in the fashion industry. … View Post
My roommate and I spent last Sunday in Melrose for one last hurrah on our last weekend at school before summer break and we made sure to hit up all the fun spots. We spent lots of time and money at Melrose Trading Post — if you’re in need of new jorts, a flannel, or a Hawaiian shirt, go here first. My first RocksBox also came a few weeks ago with three pieces and I was so excited to try them out. It’s also a better way to change out your jewelry — instead of buying cheap accessories form Forever 21 or H&M, you can just switch it out with RocksBox. ~so sustainable and fun!!~. And even more fun, with the code tunesandtunicsxoxo you can get your first month of RocksBox fo’ free!!… View Post