Street Style Inspiration: EcoFriendly Cozy Cold-Weather Clothes

I thought my most hectic time is yet to come (New York Fashion Week). Turns out, this past week of January decided I need more turmoil in my life. I have until the end of the month to figure out my move situation. My lease expires in four days, and I still don’t have a new place. We found one apartment that looked cool with a direct view of the Empire State Building, on 42nd floor, but it turns out their pet policy changed the beginning of 2016. Boo.

Anyway, we have a few more places lined up today, so fingers crossed!

On a different note, I recently had the pleasure of playing in the EcoHabitude showroom. I went to a holiday party they had last year and was thoroughly impressed by their model. They’re a completely ecofriendly, socially responsible online marketplace. Similar to Etsy, but with big stamps of approval meeting ecofriendly requirements.

You may know by now I’m all about pushing forward sustainable fashion, so this platform was a fantastic discovery for me! I’m genuinely excited this is happening. (FYI- no, this is not sponsored, although it might sound like a pitch.) If you click on the product, the shopping page will give you a list of “badges” that certify the product on a number of things, such as whether it’s cruelty-free, biodegradable, sweatshop-free, fair trade, handmade, recycled, non-toxic, vegan, zero waste, etc.

I took a few items up to our log cabin in upstate New York to do the photos. Turned out to be a great choice with the earthy, bold geometric print. Oh, and oh yes, I now have pink hair! 🙂 Thanks, Shireen for pointing it out. :p

Shop The Look:

Sophie Hard Baguette  (Jess Rizutti)// Ines Pullover (Callina)// Pyramid Dress (Myrrhia Fine Knitwear) // Coil Ring (Ways of Change) // Kan Bo Choker (Ways of Change) // Layered Cuffs (Ways of Change) // Precious Wood Sunglasses (IWood Ecodesign) // Marc Jacobs Sandals (Resale only, Fall 2006 collection) 

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Nataliya Ogle


Nataliya Ogle likes making sure others live to their full potential. She publishes articles on her primary website and works as a freelance writer for other women's interest sites. Her physical body is in New York but her presence can almost always be found online. The internet is her first love.


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