Becoming a Kinder Consumer of Fashion: Independent Fashion Bloggers Links A La Mode

Mar 3, 2015

As I've developed as an author, Independent Fashion Bloggers has been a constant resource. I've found community, ideas, best practices, and answers when I needed them most. So I was over the moon when I found out I was featured on Independent Fashion Blogger's Links a la Mode!

My article "Future Glory: Drool-Worthy Bags with a Compassionate Twist" was selected with 19 others on becoming a "kinder consumer of fashion." I can't wait to share them with you. But first, I'd like to send a heartfelt thank you to Future Glory. They're making San Francisco a better place for women via gorgeous handbags, and it's my honor to share their story through this incredible blogger community. 

Please enjoy meeting your new favorite independent fashion bloggers!

Independent Fashion Bloggers Links A La Mode February 26 2015 lalam0226

Style Conscious

Believe it or not, the fashion industry is the second most dangerous industry to the planet. Between the (leather) tanning, gold mining and dye industries, fashion may look great on you, but not so much on "Mother Earth." This week we have links to bloggers who are looking into what it means to be a kinder consumer of fashion. And of course, we're all still gossiping about that Oscar's red carpet too.

Links à la Mode: February 26th

SPONSOR: Shopbop Half Off Kobo, Tai, TB Swim, Merz, Prabal Gurung, Jet Set Diaries, Harris Wharf, Simkhai, Apiece Apart, Emerson Thorpe & Studio Pollini  

Want to be featured in Links à la Mode?

1. Read the clarified rules and submit your links on this page: Links à la Mode.
2. If your link was selected and you need this week’s code, visit this page: Links a la Mode Code

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