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Shop my favorite finds, a swoon-worthy collection of sustainable goods curated with creative comfort in mind. Soak-up the sensory goodness through woven textures, organic motifs and artistic threads and embellishments. Surround yourself with restorative pieces that will last. Refresh your vibe with these feel-good finds. Your soul undoubtedly deserves it.
WHERE I SHOP MY FAVORITE FINDS
Whether designing my home or coordinating my clothes, the feeling each piece invokes is key. Casual comfort with a creative vibe is the ultimate goal. Shop my favorite finds from the sustainable brands I love. All proven to be the feel-good créme de la créme.
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The Citizenry partners with master artisans in various countries who source their local materials only. They offer their products online only, there is no middle-man. This is how The Citizenry is able to offer handmade goods crafted with the highest quality materials at more reasonable prices than traditional luxury boutiques. The Citizenry is a collective of artisans and designers who rally across continents and cultures to craft beautiful collections.
EarthHero is a one-stop shop for everything sustainable. They make it easy to find eco-friendly products from 200+ ethical brands. Through their 5-step sourcing methodology, each product they offer meets strict standards. And every order is shipped plastic-free and carbon neutral through their partnership with Carbonfund. They donate 1% of their sales towards environmental non-profits worldwide. From zero waste living products to sustainable clothing, EarthHero aims to have an eco-friendly alternative to everything you need.
Etsy is the first major online shopping destination to offset 100% of carbon emissions from shipping and packaging. Etsy funds and supports environmental projects like protecting forests that absorb carbon, sponsoring wind and solar farms that generate clean energy, and developing greener methods for producing auto parts. Plus, you can find unique pieces and support hardworking small business owners in one fell swoop.
Essentia is the world’s only natural memory foam mattress. Their mattresses have a 20-year warranty. And they roll-pack their mattress for shipping which means they use 75% less packaging and take-up 75% less space in a truck. Their shipping boxes are made from 100% recycled paper. The bottom line is, you can be sure that you’re purchasing a safe and healthy mattress. I can attest; I’ve slept on one for 6+ years.
Our Place makes the infamous Always Pan, an 8-in-1 pan that fries, braises, boils and sautés. This means we don’t need to purchase multiple pans to cook. A portion of the Always Pan is made from recycled materials. Their packaging is 100% plastic-free, fully recyclable and made from recycled materials. It’s the pan I always use.
Plant Therapy is the first essential oil brand powered entirely by renewable energy. They’re also the first EO brand to be a part of the EPA’s Green Power Partnership. Their oils are purchased from reputable and ethically sound farmers, distillers and suppliers. And they actually encourage you to be conservative with their oils so as not to deplete our environment’s resources. Try a drop or two of their Tranquil blend. Oh my (literal) goodness!
Puracy biodegradable household products are free of sulfates, phthalates, parabens and formaldehyde, among other harsh chemicals. Their refill pouches use 90% less plastic which means 5M+ fewer plastic bottles from entering the environment. One 64 oz. refill pouch of Puracy Natural Laundry Detergent washes 250 loads. Over 4 tons of carbon per month are offset through their conservation and habitat restoration efforts. Their goal is to reforest the world’s most at-risk biodiverse ecosystems. For these and so many other reasons, I’ve used Puracy for years. Read More >
Vivaterra founders hold a passionate belief that there is no need to compromise natural resources or environmental health in pursuit of a beautiful home. Blending modern Californian design, eco-friendly materials and global inspiration, they’re a go-to for recycled glass accents, block-printed textiles and reclaimed wood furnishings. They source from and support artisan communities in more than 20 countries across the globe and seek out fair-trade partners and sustainable methods of production.
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Christy Dawn sustainably sourced clothing utilizes deadstock fabric, which is excess fabric left behind by other fashion companies. Their Farm-to-Closet initiative with the Oshadi Collective includes a community of regenerative cotton farmers and a supply chain of ethical craftsmen. They create beautiful organic pieces that will serve as staples for decades to come.
Henry Rose is Michelle Pfeiffer’s fragrance baby. Their fragrances are cruelty-free, hypoallergenic, paraben-free, phthalate-free, formaldehyde-free, and are EWG and Cradle to Cradle Certified. Their bottles are made from 90% recycled glass and are 100% recyclable. Their caps are made from sustainably-sourced and commercially compostable soy. Their boxes are made from recycled corrugated paper and are recyclable. And each of their fragrances smells heavenly.
MATE essentials are made with non-toxic and organic materials. MATE ensures carcinogens, endocrine disruptors and other toxins are kept out of their supply chain and off your body. They’ve also eliminated plastic in their labels and packaging, only using 8% spandex and zero polyester, nylon or polymide in their products. And they’ll take your old garments back and give them new life as another MATE product.
Mineral Fusion offers more than 120 EWG verified cosmetics and skincare products. This means their products are healthy and safe for our bodies and the earth. And Mineral Fusion makes the world’s first CarbonFree nail polish. They also contribute funding to forestry and energy projects to offset emissions. Their packaging is 100% recyclable and printed with soy inks. I’ve used their cosmetics for many, many years and absolutely love them.
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