Eco Fashion, Conscious Fashion

The days of fash fashion are over for me. I vow to never set foot in places like Forever 21 again until they clean up their act and quit contributing to unsafe working conditions, work enviornment illnesses and they pay their workers a fair working wage. It's not worth it to me, and I can say proudly that everything I have purchased in the last 6 months has been second hand, vintage, hand made or made locally. And I'll tell you a little secret, it's not even hard! In fact, have only become more creative with my wardrobe and have found news to express myself through fashion again. Also, my closet is filled with things I absolutely love. If you need a couple eco fashion tips, I go into more detail on how I do it and give tips on shopping eco in a past blog.

I was inspired by these shimmery gold leggings that I found for $10 on Poshmark and a vintage Kuchi belt that I upcycled. The top used to be long frumpy so I ended that and the necklace is one of my favorite Etsy finds. What do you think?

The Look: Head Piece: Garage Sale // Necklace: 7SISTERStradingco on Etsy //

Top: Repurposed // Pants: Second Hand from Poshmark // Boots: Goodwill

Kuchi Belt

My absolute favorite necklace.

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