A most fabulous and decidedly GREEN lunch! My new fav!! This is KUKU SABZI, a delightful aromatic green flourless "pie"; a traditional Persian delicacy to celebrate spring. It's packed chockablock with different fresh herbs and spinach. Seasoned with zaatar, fenugreek and turmeric! Delish! #perfectketo#livinggreen#greenisthenewblack
Very excited about my blue + orange + stripes combo today! Also very excited that the working day is done; it's been a big one! 🎉🎉🎉
These @sportsgirl top and @asos pants were both from @vinniesnsw. The necklace was 10c from Legacy in Richmond!
Hey, I'm in love,
My fingers keep on clicking
to the beating of my heart.
Hey, I can't stop my feet,
Ebony and ivory and dancing in the street.
Hey, it's 'cause of you,
The world is in a crazy, hazy hue.
My heart is beating like a jungle drum...
So grateful that I got to shoot with such beautiful and amazing people to support the sustainable and vegan clothing brand @sage_larock . Thanks to @jswmodels and @feylasala for making this happen.
Also, thanks to @theanimalbabe , @itsrachelford , @angelathedenist and @nataschaelisa 🙏🏼💕
Grateful for an amazing weekend in Ojai @cannablissretreats. Incredibly proud and in awe of @mizzcannabiz @herb_girl_alchemy @karinaveexo and the work they are doing to create waves of change, education and movement in the cannabis industry 🍁🙌🏽
Green is the new black! We're proud to carry eco-friendly and sustainability-minded brands like @toadandcoclothing. The fabrics listed on the right of this graphic aren't as kind to the environment as one might think.
Rayon and viscose use a chemically intense process to convert natural fibers into man-made ones – bad for the environment, and bad for you!
Bamboo sounds eco-friendly, but like rayon, the process of converting it to fabric is super toxic. Though it can be sustainably sourced, there's issues with harvesting in unregulated ancient bamboo forests.
Acrylic is a synthetic fiber made from polyacylonitrile, a known carcinogen. Additionally, it's impossible to recycle.
Angora is harvested from Angora rabbits – the methods use to collect it are often cruel and inhumane.
Conventional cotton, unlike the organic kind, is grown using pesticides, herbicides, and synthetic fertilizers that pollute our air, water, and soil.
Knowledge is power! Shop smart! [info via Toad & Co]