Have you heard of Dressember, but you're thinking it is too late to participate? Think you don't own enough dresses? Madi Williams tackles the top objections and why you shouldn't let them stop you from taking a powerful stand against human trafficking!
While we all think thrift shopping is a great SHE choice, some people might consider it “hit or miss” or just a total miss. But if you follow some of these easily-overlooked thrift shopping tips then you’ll be thrifting like a pro!
With the new Thought Clothing loungewear you'll look like you're all put together on the outside, while inside you'll know you're as comfortable as a Saturday morning in bed (ok, almost as comfortable...but you get where we're going : ) Check out the new collection and why we love it!
The Fair Trade Fashion Show used fashion as a platform to bring awareness about the realities of modern slavery. It highlighted styles from artisans around the world and showed that Fair Trade Fashion has arrived.
It can be easy to grab sunglasses without much thought of where they were made, who made them, or what they were made from, but even sunglasses can be a choice with impact! Here are stylish, ethical, sustainable, wooden, bamboo, and even denim sunglasses to choose from!
PURPOSE Jewelry just launched its Spring Line and it’s happy, beautiful, and full of trendy mixed metals! More importantly, this company is on a big mission to fight human trafficking. Read our interview with its team!
Have you heard of the HOPE SUPPLY? It is a seasonally curated box filled with ethically produced fashion and/or home finds that empower women to rise above poverty. Join us and take a look as SHE's Heather Young opens up box No. 3 right off the doorstep. It's like Christmas came early.
We have to admit that every year shopping from your pajamas sounds better and better. There are more "one-stop-shop" boutiques online with sustainable, healthy, ethical options that make it possible to find great gifts without ever leaving your house! Route is one of those online resources.
What if we told you that you could use your purchasing power to honor and support veterans, empower military spouses, and reduce waste … all at the same time? Here are two amazing companies that do just that!
At SHE Changes Everything, the upcoming arrival of our co-founder, Lindsey's, baby girl triggered a whole new area of research — all things BABY! If you're new to our community, you'll want to read about Lindsey's "progress, not perfection" momma heart.)
When Lindsey Raymond, co-founder of She Changes Everything (S.H.E) made the very exciting announcement of both her pregnancy and the launch of #SHEbaby, she wrote, "I want my child to learn that there are real people with real stories behind the clothes we all wear...and our worth is not found in things at all...the goal is to always learn and grow."
Here at SHE Changes Everything, one of our favorite things is to connect with so many talented, crazy inspirational people and companies and hear their unique insights on the world and on sustainable, healthy, ethical (SHE) living.
As I began to get to know Emily Sexton, she shared her vision for The Flourish Market, an ethical fashion truck (which she will drive right up to your house so you can try on all the pretty things) and online boutique of over 30 brands. My jaw was on the floor then, and it’s still hanging there now as I watch this thing take off.
From a pig named "Mercedez Benz" to the rise of birth control in Rwanda to how Eugenia’s cooperative was started, the conversation over our naturally farm-to-table lunch in rural Rwanda was nothing short of fascinating.
Last summer while my husband was deployed, I packed my bags and ventured across the ocean to eastern AFRICA, Rwanda specifically. As soon as my feet hit the ground I remember thinking, “Well that was easy. All I had to do was get on a plane and here I am.”
Recently, I was put on the spot. Someone asked who my fashion icon was, and I really had to stop and think about it. I mean, just because you’re a model, actress, or first lady with style does not guarantee icon status – am I right?! So, I started to think about Jackie Kennedy, Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly…what puts them in a league of their own