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Can Socially Conscious Goods Save the World? [Via NYTimes Opinion]

[Byline: Emily Matchar] Our hunger for handmade has gone beyond aesthetics, uniqueness and quality. In progressive circles, buying handmade has come to connote moral virtue, signifying an interest in sustainability and a commitment to social justice. By making your own cleaning supplies, you’re eschewing environment-poisoning chemicals. By buying a handmade sweater, you’re fighting sweatshop labor. …

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The Good Closet

Years ago, I had a Tumblr blog called The Good Closet. I’m finally resurrecting here, dedicating this space to how to reconnect with what you wear and get dressed more ethically and sustainably on a budget you can afford. 🙂

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