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Ethical + Sustainable Shopping in the City

Shopping Ethically and Sustainably in NYC is becoming easier than ever. New stores and boutiques are popping up, adding to the already established brands that women already adored – to be honest, more so for the aesthetics than for the sustainable factor itself. The truth is that many of the fans of these brands purchase from them not because is made with sustainability in mind, but because the items are well made and of a classic style, that becomes an investment piece over time.

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Sustainably Chic Outfit: Giovanna Battaglia

Giovanna Battaglia is to me one of the best dressed women in the World. If given the chance, I would raid her closet in an instant. After all, swapping clothes is a way to build a sustainable closet. If you follow street style accounts, you know she is a regular. Her look is totally unique and She's the embodiment of Italian glamour. I think Milanese women are born with a style chip that no one else has, do they actually wake up like this?

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Eco & Comfy Travel Clothes

Memorial Weekend marks the start of summer traveling. What to wear during the flight is always a conundrum. It must be comfortable and warm enough, but it can’t resemble a track suit. If you were to be randomly upgraded, you will lose your chance if your pants say “juicy” in the back.

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Shop Consciously on Black Friday

For those of us who enjoy fashion but prefer it with a side of consciousness and ethical values, there are numerous online shops that are offering discounts.Here is a selection of deals and do-goods from my favorite stores/brands from party dresses to baby clothes:

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Who Made Your Clothes? Fashion Revolution Day

We all have to wear clothes. Whether you are a “fashionista” or not, your clothes are a huge part of your life –Every day you choose items to wear for work, or you buy something to wear for that special occasion, for the gym, for skiing, for the beach. Have you ever thought about where those clothes came from?

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