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Amour Vert is an up-and-coming sustainable fashion brand that makes clothes in limited quantities — here’s what sets it apart, plus our re...
Amour Vert is proving that you can be a conscious consumer with style. Here's what its clothes are like, and how the brand approaches sustainability.
This towel-like headband keeps all of my hair out of the way when I’m washing my face or applying masks, and it’s only $10
This thick headband is made of a fluffy, absorbent cotton. I use it to help my hair dry faster and keep it out of my face when I'm multi-tasking.
These new upcycled knit boots from Everlane fit like a glove — here’s what 5 women thought about its new sock-like ankle boot
Everlane just released the Glove Boot, a knit ankle boot made from recycled plastic bottles. We tried the boots and here's what we thought.
We tried these cult-favorite work pants with an adjustable hem for heels or flats — and we loved them
These work pants created by M.M. LaFleur have a concealed button that adjusts the hem, so you can wear them with heels or flats within seconds
If you want comfort, a flattering fit, and machine-washable fabrics that work harder for you while asking less of you, then you'll like these work pants.
Is expensive denim worth the splurge? I think so. Here's why I'm so willing to splurge on good jeans — specifically, pairs from Rag & Bone.
A lingerie startup used feedback from 6 million women to make the perfect wireless bra — and it works for larger cup sizes
Hands down, this is the best and most comfortable bra I've ever bought. It's wireless, but somehow still gives larger cup sizes the support they need.
This cleansing water removes my makeup and leaves my face squeaky clean — it doesn’t even require me to rinse afterward
The Dr. Jart+ Dermaclear Micro Water is the ultimate cleanser and makeup remover. I don't even need to rinse afterwards.
This $14 anti-chafe stick is the hero of summer. Here's why ladies everywhere, myself included, are loving Megababe's Thigh Rescue.
These flexible $95 sneakers are knit from a stretchy material that requires no break-in period — and they can pack completely flat
Suavs are the travel-friendly shoes you've probably seen on social media. The limited collection combines 3D-printed knit, low-density rubber soles, and removable insoles to make uniquely comfortable shoes that don't require a break-in period. For $95, they're a pretty great option.