Flat footwear aficionado Hannah Rochell of En Brogue put together a comprehensive guide to buying sustainable and ethical footwear.

She also wrote this interesting post on 5 ways to be a more sustainable shopper, and this one about 6 sustainable alternatives for your everyday beauty routine.

Someone else worth following if you are interested in sustainable, low-waste living, is Sophie of A Considered Life, who shares “practical tips on simplifying your life, adopting low-waste habits, wearing sustainable clothes and cruelty-free beauty, to work towards living a considered life that is more purposeful, sustainable, and compassionate.”

Refinery29 lists 7 clothing brands “that will help you recycle your clothes, and will reward you with store credit so that you can responsibly replace those things in your closet you’re totally over with something special that you’re going to cherish for a long time.”

Fab Links from Our Members

’90s fashion is definitely in the zeitgeist — or at least the thrift stores, according to Shevia, so she loved reading this article on why Monica from Friends is this Summer’s unlikely style icon.

Vildy directs us to this article on the Spotlight Effect: anxiety people can feel when changing their style or adding an item that could call attention to itself. Vildy adds: “I don’t think it mentions fear of looking like you are trying too hard, but I would guess it falls into this category as well.”