sustainable fashion

Honest Naadam Cashmere Crew Review

In the span of two weeks, we have fully progressed from summer 90 degree temps to chilly mornings and crisp afternoons. Sweater weather is finally here, and I am ready to fully embrace it. I purchased one of the famous $75 cashmere crews from Naadam last year, and…

Midweek Musings: Future of Sustainable Fashion

Above: Elizabeth Suzann Nashville HQ Though I only discovered Elizabeth Suzann a short 8 months ago, I am saddened by the news yesterday of their downscaling of operations, detailed on Instagram here. From the outpouring of comments, it is clear that Liz and her team have helped inspire…

REVIEW: Nisolo Dari Boots

During my initial exploratory slow & sustainable phase last fall, I stumbled upon Nisolo, a Nashville-based ethical shoe producer. According to their website, they pay a living wage to their factory workers in Peru. And on the environmental front, they offset carbon emissions via a partnership with Ecosphere+…

Silks Showdown: Everlane, Cuyana, Equipment & More

Above: Left to Right – Only Child, Everlane, Cuyana Note: Updated September 2020 to reflect Cuyana’s new pricing. While I love a simple, classic, fuss-free white t-shirt, I find myself gravitating towards silk and other textiles these days. Is it an age thing? Who knows. I’ve owned several…


I'm Kristy, a growth marketer based in not-so-sunny San Francisco ⛅ This is my personal blog, where you will find my random musings, in-depth reviews, and latest sewing endeavors.




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