Sustainability Weekend: Today’s Coveted Working Looks for the Eco-Friendly

by Rachel Yeomans | January 24th, 2010

I have a weakness for clutches, and this cutlet cluch by hu.made is just so…pretty! I would love to skip around the city carrying it while wearing a flirty white dress. Or it would be a lovely clutch to have in my larger purse during the work day that I can take out to use… Read more…

Sustainability Weekend: Today’s Coveted Working Looks for the Eco-Friendly

by Rachel Yeomans | January 23rd, 2010

In honor of “Sustainability Weekend”, we at TheWorkingWardrobe are going to share with your our coveted working looks centering around eco-fashion and sustainability throughout the entire weekend. I’d like to start with two of my all-time favorite looks from Chicago designer Lara Miller. I love wide-legged pants and I love these as they not only… Read more…

Sustainability Weekend: The Environmentally Friendly & Ethically Made Men’s Dress Shirt

by Rachel Yeomans | January 23rd, 2010

By Brad Bennett Just because your wardrobe need be professional, doesn’t mean it can’t also be sustainable. There are a handful of environmentally friendly, ethically made dress shirts on the market, all of which boast great design, quality construction and zero granola. For those wanting to look good while doing good, here’s a brief round-up… Read more…

Designers Who Work It: Melissa Baswell of Mountains of the Moon Works Style into Sustainability. Sustainability Weekend Series Kick-Off

by Rachel Yeomans | January 22nd, 2010

This week we offer the readers of TheWorkingWardrobe a little treat. As part of our weekly Designers Who Work It series, we are proud to bring you an interview with not only one of the leading Windy City designers, but also on the forefront of sustainability design. So we are so excited to have our… Read more…