Glow and See is Lighting Up Your Wardrobe

Who is Glow and See? Glow and See is an up and coming sustainable activewear company. Founder Comet Chukura realized there was a lack of functional ethical activewear. Glow and See has created ethically made light reflective hats, scarfs, and of course, fingerless gloves. The light reflective fiberglass-fused yarn catches car headlights and street lights…

Four Rabbit, The Zero Waste Pioneer

Zero Waste fashion has given us a glimpse into the future of fashion. Within the last few years a handful of Zero Waste companies have made waves in bringing to light the burden fashion has put on our environment. The fashion industry is, in short, pretty dirty; starting with chemically treated cotton, to chemical dyes,…

2 Must Have Brands for Valentine’s Day

Preparing for Valentine’s Day? Or maybe you’re preparing for the bigger holiday, Galentine’s Day! Regardless of which holiday you’re looking forward to (definitely Galentine’s day), you’ll be feeling your best in our 2 favorite sustainable intimates brands! BASAL Basal is the place to go for any edgy {sustainable} minimalist! All the toxic-free fabric and elastic is…

2018’s Fashionable New Year’s Resolutions

Still searching for a New Year’s resolution?? After explaining Moral Women’s mission to the people I meet, I’m met with similar questions about what others can do to help the cause. This 2018 we can all start by doing our part in understand the effects that our purchases have. I’ve compiled a list of a…

SPOTLIGHT: Terra Thread

Terra Thread is a company that makes awesome bags that are both Fair Trade AND use organic cotton. We love the earthy, neutral toned color scheme and the simplistic design of all their bags. Not only are their bags hella cute, but also hella ethical! They take pride in creating products that don’t hurt the…

Water you doing(to stop garment dye pollution)?

This article is a great one about the textile industry pollution crisis in India. The situation is bad. And with the ever increasing demand for cheaper clothing, it doesn’t look like it’s getting any better. There’s so much dishonesty in the fashion industry. It’s more important than ever to know where your clothes are made!

Moral Women’s Mission

Before moving further with our blog, we want to make a purpose statement, for any of our readers out there but also for us. Sometimes it’s easy to lose track of goals when they’re not solidified- especially when they’re as big and as numerous as Moral Women’s. There are three main aims of Moral Women:…

The True Cost

“Operating within a system that only measures profit, companies have little incentive to do anything other than to make this quarter better than the last, no matter what damage is caused along the way. As corporations that make up the global fashion industry, major brands, as well as seed and chemical companies are growing today…