Little Green Dress- Taking America Across the Pacific

by - Sunday, January 17, 2016

This is a new weekly(ish) blog where I try to prove it is possible to wear Made in America and used/recycled clothing. You can have your own style, whatever that is, and still shop for more ethical clothing! You don't have to look granola or sporty (though if that's your style, that's awesome too).

I see tons of fashion blogs out there (Pinterest sends me there when I am trying to figure out what color shoes to wear and that kind of thing), but I don't see any so far that solely privileges ethically-made and environmentally conscientious clothing, and I feel like that is needed! I am going to start out with my own stuff, but what I would really love is to see other people's ethical fashion! The rules are simple:

1. At least one part of your outfit should be ethically-made.
2. Of course, a piece or two can be from your old collection. It's not eco-friendly at all to just toss everything you already own. Make the most of what you have, but let's try to shift our wardrobes piece by piece.

That's it! Please send me your pictures, because no one needs to just look at this mug. I am open to all genders, ages, etc. Together, we can normalize buying things for how they are made first, and how they look second.

My first batch are from our vacation this January.



 Swimming in the Cook Islands
Swimsuit - Esther Williams (USA) from Modcloth


Te Papa Museum in Wellington
Dress- For Any Endeavor Dress (USA) from Modcloth
Shoes and Sweater- From Old Collection
Camera Strap- Gift, from an Etsy store like Sew Quilt Mom or Shutter Speed Straps


New Years Fanciness
Dress- Botanical Breakfast Dress (USA) from Modcloth
Sparkly Shoes- From the Old Collection. No idea where they came from. 

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