What I Wore: NPR’s On Point
I was honored to be a guest on NPR’s On Point this morning (LISTEN HERE) , discussing my book Overdressed: The High Cost of Cheap Fashion. The callers and the discussion really amazed me and were further proof that so many consumers are tired of the cheap fashion cycle and are looking for alternatives. Fortunately, shopping ethically, sustainably and stylishly is easier than ever. Here’s what I wore to the interview (sorry so low-res):
SHOES: Melissa flats, made from recycled and recyclable plastic in a zero-waste factory in Brazil. $80
JEANS: J. Brand, made in the U.S.A. $168
TOP: 100% silk shirt purchased at Goodwill for $5 and refashioned.
BELT: 100% leather purchased at Goodwill for $2.