Nature is painting for us, day after day, pictures of infinite beauty. —John Ruskin
And we’re back!!! At least for my way overdue, but fun issue of The Cut, a monthly sustainable living series!!!
It sure has been awhile since the last article of this series, right? Not to worry though. This article is going to be short, sweet, and very good too!
I’m so SO excited to share issue No. 19 of some great sustainable brands I’ve recently discovered with you!!!
Keep reading to see what this month’s impeccable sustainable brands you can add into your lifestyle!
Fashion is a large contributor to our landfills and pollution. To help our planet, here are some more great fashion brands you can purchase from and still do good.
I discovered Dissh on Instagram about a month ago and fell in LOVE!!! Dissh is the perfect brand for building your capsule and/or summer wardrobe. Considering it’s still hot in Texas, I’m eyeing their entire linen collection! Need I say more?
Not only do they create beautiful clothes, they’ve been improving their business practices. Case in point? When you make a purchase, you’ll receive your order in a plant-based bag. How amazing is that?!
Functional clothing in neutral colors from a brand who is making changes on the environmental impact they’re making? What’s not to love about Dissh, am I right?
You can order directly from their website, but I wouldn’t be surprised if some big retailers pick up their brand soon!
Since I’m a huge beauty lover, I’m super excited to bring you more clean beauty brands I recently found that you can experiment with. Feel free to play with beauty with me!
I’m sure you’ve heard of Elaluz by Camila Coelho by now. If not, you’re about to learn more!!! Elaluz, meaning She’s Light is a clean, vegan, cruelty-free, and gluten-free beauty brand. Their focus? Glow, glow and more glow!
I have long followed Camila, but held off on purchasing from her brand as I wanted to see what I could really use. When she launched her summer collection, I knew I had to pounce.
I’ve never been much of a summer makeup kind of girl because I don’t see myself as a makeup expert. However, when Camila showed some tutorials on how to use the stick bronzers and Cali Queen Face Palette, an all-in-one palette of sunset-inspired highlighters, bronzer and blush, I had to give it a try. I also nabbed her lip and cheek stain and have her beauty oil next on my wish list! Let me know if you want a product review!
Here’s an image so you can see shades without a filter:
One of the biggest things I’ve started to do is to invest in items and services that are environmentally friendly. Here are my recent finds and don’t you worry, I’ll be sharing more eco-friendly and luxe brands pertaining to lifestyle as I find them!
If you’re looking for some stunning candles for your home, look no further!!! I came across Luxetched from an Instagram ad and I refuse to look back. Nope. Not going to do it. Yes, they are a small sustainable brand looking to build on and improve the future.
And for those who are long-time readers, are we really surprised this brand is London-based? No. No, we’re not surprised. Not at all.
For my US readers, you can place orders by sending them a direct message on their Instagram.
To continue to keep you informed and make better choices for our planet, here are some fascinating sources and/or articles I found regarding sustainable living.
I came across Good On You recently as I was browsing the internet to learn a bit more about sustainable fashion.
From first impressions, I can tell this is going to be a fantastic resource if you’re looking to add some ethical clothing brands to your wardrobe so I had to share with you.
Aside from their app, their website is very informative. They basically pull all the information together and provide an easy-to-understand rating and from there, you can make an informed decision about your next purchase(s).
From their brand directory, you can search for women’s, men’s, and children’s clothing depending on your needs. As if that wasn’t amazing enough, you can also search by clothing category. Additionally, the Good On You team also includes price ranges to indicate whether the brand is affordable or a bit more on the expensive side.
I think this concept is great which is why they’ve made The Cut for this issue! Have a look around their website and let me know your thoughts!
And that’s it for the fourth issue of The Cut for 2021!
What did you like most from today’s post? Feel free to comment and let me know if there is anything else you’d like to see in this series!
Note: Please note that there’s a website called The Cut that covers a ton of topics for women including fashion and beauty. My blog post series is in no relation to The Cut website as it only focuses on sustainable, more mindful way of living.