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It took a pandemic for our nation, and the world over, to become more woke towards the harm our human actions are causing the environment. Since then, many of us have become more socially aware about our carbon footprint. Most F&B merchants such as McDonald’s have stopped providing plastic straws, while fashion retailers have taken on a more sustainable production approach. How can we, as individuals, help to consume more responsibly?

In this article, Yahoo Shopping shares a list of top environmentally-friendly and socially-responsible beauty brands, as well as the major beauty e-tailers where you can get all your shopping done in a fuss-free and sustainable manner. Mother Earth will thank you for it!

The Yahoo Shopping team has taken pains to seek out the best deals in town. So take advantage of these sales and enjoy massive savings today!

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Exploring sustainable shopping in Alamance County

Sustainable fashion has made its way into stores in recent years. This sort of fashion can consist of clothing made with environmentally friendly materials such as organic cotton,  repurposed materials and any other sort of clothing made to last long. Fortunately for Elon University, there are some local businesses offering sustainable options. 

Elon U Thrift

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Elon U Thrift is a consignment shop founded by junior Jakob Reuter and senior Grace Granger. The shop originally started as a class assignment in 2020 for their ENT 2500 course, Creativity & The Doer/Maker Mindset. After the class ended, the two chose to continue with the project.

Elon U Thrift is a consignment shop founded by junior Jakob Reuter and senior Grace Granger. The shop originally  started as a class assignment in 2020 for their ENT 2500 course, Creativity & The Doer/Maker Mindset. After the class ended, the

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A Shop For Sustainable Fashion

Photo: Courtesy of Madeline Ritaccio

It is notoriously difficult to be sustainable in the fashion industry, and as entrepreneur Madeline Ritaccio attempted to make ethical decisions in her fashion choices, she became increasingly disillusioned. Brands claiming to be environmentally forward were not, and shopping fast fashion was almost unavoidable. In 2019, she decided to take matters into her own hands, launching her own shop, SENSE of SHELF. The online re-seller highlights eco-friendly, BIPOC, and size-inclusive brands. But, rather than merchandising a label based on their company mission, SENSE of SHELF evaluates each product individually– in order to create the most transparent shopping experience possible. Ritaccio hopes for her site to provide a platform for brands that are inclusive, equitable and engaged. She nicknames her customers “Bold Babes” because SENSE of SHELF believes that deciding to shop conscientiously is “pretty fucking punk rock.” The Cut spoke to Ritaccio about the ethical

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Sustainable fashion brand BITE Studios

When it comes to sustainable fashion, it can be hard to know where to start. With an endless barrage of information, countless new and established brands to research, and a mass of confusing terminology out there, it’s understandable that anyone might feel a little overwhelmed.

In light of this, every month we will focus on a brand that knows exactly what it means to be a sustainable force for good in fashion today. From debunking inaccuracies to advice for aspiring brands and tips for consumers on how to be kinder to the planet, we cut through the noise so that you don’t have to. This month we’re getting to know BITE Studios, a sustainable brand that specialises in wardrobe staples that take care of the planet.

Founded in 2016, the luxury womenswear label set out with one mission of creating thoughtfully designed, sustainable clothes. Every piece is created to

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