Simply Sustainable

All Things Hathorway

One of the most amazing things about blogging is being introduced to some of the many amazing brands who are working hard to make a change. The minute I learned about Hathorway and what they do, I instantly fell in love...Read more

Purposeful Fits

Sustainable Holiday Gift Guide

A few months ago I saw that geometric shaped earrings were IN! Since starting my ethical journey, I was always suspicious of things that I immediately loved. I didn’t just want to feed into a ~trend~. But this isn’t that kind of story! Hathorway isn’t a trend, Hathorway is a jewelry company that uses Vietnamese buffalo horns that are a byproduct of the food industry. Natural materials (real horns)! Eco-friendly (no dyes)! Fair-trade (Owner makes them herself)! Beautiful (just look at these babies)!...See jewelry guide


Rising Tide 2018 Gift Guide

Every year, Rising Tide curates a list of shops to feature the artists and makers in our community just in time for the holidays. Through this gift guide, we are also able to give back. This year, with your help, we raised nearly $5,000 for Direct Relief to support their humanitarian aid efforts around the world...See jewelry guide

Nessa Carreira

Sustainable & Unique Jewelry Made of Buffalo Horns

Lately I’ve really been thinking about the fashion brands I support and whether or not their values align with mine. I want to do my part and start taking simple steps to help make a positive change in the fashion industry. I’ve decided to start a new series on the blog where every now and then I introduce a new sustainable fashion brand that goes along with my beliefs. I want to start with a Bay Area based, sustainable accessories brand that gives back and focuses on quality, sustainability, & women empowerment...Read more

Dress Up to Dazzle

Sustainable Fashion, Fall Knocking!

“Sustainable fashion also called eco fashion, is a part of the growing design philosophy and trend of sustainability, the goal of which is to create a system which can be supported indefinitely in terms of human impact on the environment and social responsibility...” Read more

Melodie Casta

Sustainably Luxe with Hathorway

The pieces are made out of up-cycled buffalo horns and rattan and are eco-friendly and sustainable for our planet because the makers do not use any chemicals to make them. Hathorway pieces are a bi-product of the food industry creating a no waste situation... Read more

Purposeful Fits

Tooting my Hathorway horn!

Hathorway claims to be “just another ethical brand,” but I beg to differ. Hathorway encompasses so many aspects of sustainability: Fair-Trade, eco-friendly, organic, beautiful, functional, durable, and also philanthropic! Their dedication to being a sustainable brand without forgetting minimalist beauty separates them from the rest... Read more

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