(The following is part of an Ethical Summer Outfit blog series by Bevy Goods intern, Grace. See more outfits here and here.)
Ethical Summer Outfits: Jump!
I must say, jumpers are a favorite of mine right now. They are timeless, especially this one in black. Our black and white clutch adds a nice print to this outfit, and we love how chunky,but classy, this necklace is. If you’re out for a stroll in the park, no necklace needed, and these strappy black sandals go with everything.
Necklace from Jessica Faulkner
Jumpsuit from Reformation
Clutch from Bevy Goods
Sandals from Everlane
(The following is part of an Ethical Summer Outfit blog series by Bevy Goods intern, Grace. See more outfits here.)
Ethical Summer Outfits: Beach day
This Jessica Faulkner suit is a favorite of mine. It’s a one piece with a fun print, but is low in the back which gives it a flattering unique style. I’ve paired this suit with one of Hackwith Design House dresses that can easily be used as a comfy cover up for a hot day at the beach. An adorable straw hat and round beach towel are must-haves for summer 2016.
Swimsuit from Jessica Faulkner
Dress from Hackwith Design House
Round Beach Towel from Fair Seas Supply Co.
Straw Hat from Brookes Boswell x Hackwith Design House
(The following is part of an Ethical Summer Outfit blog series by Bevy Goods intern, Grace.)
As we approach summer, it seems that all I find myself thinking about are the many outfits summer prompts. Summer is a season that prompts us women to go out, and buy plenty of shorts that fit, and big hats. However, are we aware of the intentions of the stores we’re buying from? Where do our clothes come from? Who makes them? As the Bevy Goods intern, these questions have popped up in my head often. Who knew that places like the Gap and Old Navy used factories that treated workers unethically? When I first found this out, a rush of guilt filled me and I felt pretty awful. Throughout high school, all my friends have shopped at these places, and many more that use sweatshops and child labor for more than 80% of their products. I don’t know about you, but this blows my mind. So, as summer approaches, let’s keep in mind what ethical fashion means. In a culture where trends come and go quicker than you can buy them, I’ve compiled some outfits for every occasion you may find yourself in this summer from companies that care about the people buying them (you) and the people making them.
Ethical Summer Outfits: Easy Breezy Beautiful
Each of these dresses is comfy, and made for all body types. With slightly different lengths, choose the one that suits you best. I love neutrals, and the way these classic dresses fall look great on every woman. All you need is a fun fedora and a denim sandal.
Dresses from Sotela
Hat from Yellow 108
Denim Sandal from Proud Mary
Necklace from Jacob & Esau