These 6 Vegan Alternatives Are Changing The Future Of Sustainable Fashion

“An eco-friendly product could be a vegan product, but a vegan product is not always be eco-friendly”.  Talking about fashion, what comes to your mind other than the glamour you usually see in runways, fashion shows, or social media of popular actors or influencers. Let’s talk about the current fashion industry and narrow it to the leather industry. We all know this industry’s dark side; the goal is not to defame anyone, but it is better to keep yourself aware of things happening around you. According to the statistics, the fashion industry alone contributes 10 per cent to carbon emissions….

How to Solve Finding Sustainable Eyewear

For many people, eyewear is not an accessory by choice, but a necessity to participate in their everyday lives. They want function, but they also want fashionable options that fit their personal lifestyles. These days, that means not only finding a pair of glasses that agree with their wallets, but their carbon footprint as well. Luckily, we exist in a market that values the wants and needs of its customers, and brands are prioritizing sustainable production more than ever before.  Here are some things to keep in mind when finding sustainable eyewear.  1. Do Your Research Fashion companies are becoming…

Can Slow Fashion be Considered Sustainable Fashion?

In today’s world, we have nearly instant access to trending fashion styles. It’s easy to browse online and add cheap, fast fashion to your cart—and at great prices. “What’s the harm?” Unfortunately, the fashion industry accounts for nearly 1.2 billion tons of CO2 per year– that’s nearly 10% of carbon emissions around the world. And with most of these new garments ending up in landfills, most of your new garments will come with a pretty steep environmental price.  Slow fashion attempts to address these sustainability issues by cutting carbon emissions, addressing overproduction and industrial waste, and ensuring that garment workers…

Summer of Change: New Habits More Action

We’re always ones to act whenever we hear of a new way we can help; the planet, animals, and each other, and we want to share with you some of the most recent changes we’ve made to our life. Whether habits or actual products new on the market, it’s important to keep learning and keep evolving! Here are a few things – actions, products and habit changes we can recommend starting this summer! Pirani Life We always have reusable cups, for both cold and hot drinks, to take with us to coffee shops, hiking, camping or whatever, but never have…

How To Get Cute, Trendy Street Style When You’re Broke AF

Street style fashion has been around for years. In the 70s and 80s, colorful trends with unusual cuts were the fad. As street fashion evolved, different groups emerged that set themselves apart from the rest of society, like hippies, rockers, punks, goths, and bikers. The point of street style is to show your own personality through clothing that expresses your uniqueness. Today, these trends can range widely from baggy clothes to graphic tees and sneakers, and other designs that are eye-catching and bold. They may be inspired by modern hip-hop, skateboarding, overseas influences, or be throwbacks to past fads. It’s…

Using Style to Make the World a Better Place

Some would say that “things seem pretty dark right now” would be an understatement. And there’s no denying that we seem to be living in a particularly strange and dark period. Sure, the world has always been a scary place, but there’s something particular and grotesque about the world today. So is there any way we can contribute in order to make things better – for those close to us, those far away from us, and for ourselves? Sure – and we can do so by being stylish in the process. If style and fashion is your thing, then you…

Cruelty Free Fashion Brands for Men

Whether you engage in environmental conservation as a hobby, or as a lifestyle, one needs to be aware of which materials make up their attire. Fur coats, leather jackets and hair products which have been thoroughly tested on animals might comprise as high fashion in some circles, but for those with a heart for sustainable and cruelty-free fashion, there is no need to sacrifice on your good looks to become a better person. There is, in fact, a range of different brands which take conservation and animal protection very seriously; and there are enough of them to keep you in…

Quinoa Apparel – Eco Friendly, Animal Friendly, Designs for Fall

Quinoa Apparel is a great independent eco friendly label with so many reasons to love! Not only do they have a variety of fun, thoughtful and beautifully handcrafted designs, but they love animals, and off-put their own carbon emissions. All of their designs are original and hand screen printed with non toxic inks on mostly organic fabrics, all sweatshop free. Did I mention they love animals? They do, and that’s huge to me. Over my evolution as a blogger, and a vegan I seek out more and more the types of brands that match my beliefs and hopes for the…

Fashion Company to Help Nepal Earthquake Victims with Crowdfunding

A Himalayan fashion start-up based in Kathmandu called Mountkarma is running a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for the purchase of aid materials to Help Nepal Earthquake Victims. Specifically, their focus is to bring aid to villages in the Nuwakot district, one of the areas hardest hit. One village they assessed, named Simle, needs roof’s for 12 homes to hold back water from the impending monsoon, as well as rice to feed the village. The cost as of today; a single 30kg sack of rice is 1350nrp or $13.28 and the cost of tin roofs for 12 houses is 58000nrp…