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2015 Mission: Love Yourself
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Oscar Wilde once said, “To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.” In alignment with those wise words and the welcome of a new year, we put together a group of things to help you do exactly that… love yourself.  

 

 
Cozy Winter Ensembles for Her
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Winter’s icy grip is here for many of us in the Northern Hemisphere  – And it is time to pull out the serious winter wardrobe. I usually find myself needing at least one new piece each winter, as one may have shrunk (ha, or I grew!), been eaten by moths, or been worn to death. Sometimes I simply want a more modern piece or two to update my look. Here are some sustainable clothing options for women to keep you warm and cozy through winter.

 

 

 
Brand Profile: Koru Swimwear
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Koru Swimwear began with an idea to provide eco-friendly swimwear for women who seek quality, function, fashion-forward trends, and a sense of environmental responsibility. 

 

 
Calling all Ethical Fashion Designers
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Good Clothing Company is a US-based ethical fashion manufacturing facility, which has just opened its doors and is currently setting up shop. The focus: small runs and slow fashion. The company mantra: “We believe that less is more and green is best. From seed to sewn, we practice ethical sourcing and production methods.”  

 

 
Brand Profile: Jelt
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Montana-native, Jennifer Perry created this product out of her own need as a busy mother of 2 and an active member of her community. She needed a belt that not only supported her busy lifestyle, but also fit on all of her pants including her active and ski wear. Since then she has been creating her self run business and perfecting her product! The Jelt design is very innovative and it was important to Jen that all of the materials be recycled.  

 

 
Lucia Eastman’s Venus Over Water
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In fashion markets strewn across the globe, neutral and solid colors are always classic, timeless, and safe to wear. For someone who is searching for more expressive fashions, there is a developing sector, offering bold, vibrant, colorful looks. Traditional African prints, bursting with golds, blues, and purples have secured an inspiring place within this developing sector. It is maintained that there is a therapeutic element in wearing color and, as an expression of the innermost self, that it also has an empowering element. As beauty inspires, these are points difficult to argue with.  

 

 
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