I realized that there wasn't accessible, user-friendly content out there that really empowered people to find a way into the green movement.
I really look to past generations. I think my grandparents, friends' grandparents, or even parents of my older friends grew up in a time when they used everything. There was a more mindful way of moving through life. You didn't waste.
The green movement got really hot really fast, but then the economy took a turn and it became clear exactly what's at stake, so I think somehow celebrities got a bad rap when they were trying to do good.
There's something very environmental about quality. We live in such a disposable society, but real style doesn't change that much.
I'm big on reworking vintage. Also, buying one great piece that lasts forever - to me, that is total sustainability.
What I learned from being around great icons like Calvin Klein is that the great fashion trendsetters don't change their look every season. They have a look, and they update maybe a piece per season.
I worked in fashion for ten years, and like anyone in the fashion industry, even if you leave, you never leave fashion behind.
I want to set people up for success, like a good diet plan. If I pick just one, it may not be the right one for you. That's why there are 500 shifts, so you can literally flip it open and have an easy starting point.
Yes, it benefits the planet, but I don't lead with the green message anymore because I think there's a more evergreen way to look at it, which is efficiency.
At the end of the day, saving money is really about efficiency. You simplify your life, and its overall quality inevitably gets better.
I think there are a lot of older people who are moving through life the right way, and they just don't know it.
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