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This Local Store Wants To Be Your Online Hub For All Things Sustainable

Shifting to live a sustainable life isn't done overnight, but Our Source will make it easy for you to choose an eco-friendly lifestyle.
Starting a sustainable lifestyle is no easy feat. A complete renunciation of one's way of life is needed, thwarting deeply-rooted ideals to make way for more eco-friendly habits. And if you're determined to fully committing to make the switch, online store Our Source
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10 Stylish Shoes Made From Eco-Friendly Materials

From running shoes to heels and everything in between!
These days, there aren’t a lot of excuses left for us not to take steps towards a more sustainable lifestyle. You can find eco-conscious substitutes for almost any of your daily essentials from shampoo refilling stations to bags made from recycled materials,
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You’ll Love the Happy Vibe of This Local Bohemian Brand

Their button bags and smocked frocks are adorable!
There is something about Good Luck, Humans that makes a person inherently happy. Browsing through their website is a color explosion of bright, cheerful clothing and home furnishings guaranteed to brighten your day. From their chic clutches to their boho-inspired dresses, there’s
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This Lifestyle Store in QC Has Shampoo Bars, Metal Straws, and More

Eco-conscious shoppers, take note!
It's almost the start of a brand new year, and if you're looking to do some major lifestyle changes like living more sustainably, there are a bunch of stores that offer zero-waste alternatives to everyday essentials. The newest eco-friendly store in the
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This Local Online Store Makes Beach Towels Out of Plastic Bottles

You recycle 8 plastic bottles in one beach towel.
Functionality meets style with local online store Sora's line of beach and yoga towels. Expect quick-dry, lightweight beach towels and non-slip yoga mats that are not only aesthetically pleasing—pastels with tropical and floral prints, anyone?—but also eco-friendly. Do your part in minimizing
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Here's How This Filipina Launched Her Own Clothing Line in the US

"If you have something that you think you're going to regret not doing when you get old, do it."
Meet Isadora Alvarez. Raised in Palawan and currently based in Los Angeles, California, she's living out her fashion dream: running her own clothing brand, Back Beat Rags, which has been featured by international titles like Hypebae, Fashionista, Refinery29, and Bustle.Isadora claims that her inclination to fashion,
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How the Zero-Waste Movement Became Cool

There are cool people who want to save the world. Let's join them.
In the not-so-distant past, there was a cartoon called Captain Planet (Google it, kids) that was about a superhero called upon by a bunch of teenagers wearing magic rings. Hokey, concept? Absolutely. But it was a progressive show even for its time.It
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15 Money-Saving Wedding Hacks That Won't Hurt the Environment

Enough with the single-use materials!
When planning a wedding, the impending mountain of expenses is always the first thing a couple is concerned with. But for others, it's the impact of their event on the environment. Think about this: Did you know that your beautiful, freshly-cut bridal
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This 27-Year-Old Filipina Will Change Your Perception on Ukay Clothes

"Eco-conscious fashion is a philosophy driven by mindfulness of self-expression and lifestyle."
Being stylish is at the very core of being a Preview girl. Still, our penchant for fashion does not mean we care any less about the environment. This is why we champion conscientious brands and other environmental efforts that promote sustainability. However, the
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A Bag Made of Paper But Looks and Feels Like Leather

And it’s washable, too!
Sounds too good to be true? It does sound like an oxymoron; but it exists.Marrying traditional craftsmanship with contemporary design, Uashmama is an Italian brand that creates a range of products made of washable paper with the texture of leather. Marco Marconi,
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Emma Watson’s Met Gala Outfit Was Made from Recycled Plastic Bottles

Margot Robbie wore an eco-friendly frock, too!
We’ve rounded up a list of the best and craziest looks at this year’s futuristic-themed Met Gala, but there are two girls who didn’t quite make the cut. It’s not because they weren’t noteworthy, in fact it's because they deserve more attention. Amidst the