Our newest capsule collection is available for pre-order! As always, each piece is ethically made in the USA from vegan fabrics, but this one is different than anything we’ve done before. The collection is called Transition, because it exists in the center of multiple crossroads.

It goes from day to night with ease: every piece is designed to be worn dressed up or down, casual or extra.

It’s seasonless: each piece transitions your wardrobe from Fall into Spring, Spring into Fall, with lightweight fabrics, 3/4 sleeves, and our most wearable jumpsuit yet, the Superfox.

It walks the line between festival and default life: seamlessly integrating into both wardrobes as a costume piece or a wearable staple.

We’re also introducing a sustainable new eco-luxe fabric made from recycled water bottles! It’s entirely recyclable, breathable, and super silky. Used in this capsule for the Cynthia Pant and the Flatlock legging, it will be making an appearance in all our collections going forward.

We’re so excited about our most sustainable collection yet, and hope you meet us in the crossroads!

PHOTOSET: Midnight in the Garden

Lavish holiday fabrics, lush greenery, and sultry details make this one of our favorite shoots ever.

Ethically produced, USA-made, vegan fashion for life.

We teamed up with an amazing group of women for this shoot. Huge thanks to:

Models @shrushru @iambellesophie @wanderlustalittle
📸: @ashleywacker @ashleywackerphoto
Jewelry: @bohemijewelry
MUA: @denisebeauty101 ❤️


First and foremost, giving and receiving gifts are hands down some of our favorite things to do! There's something so sweet and heartwarming about the thought that goes into giving a gift, and we feel such a sense of gratitude and honor when we receive one. In the spirit of giving and receiving, we put together this guide for mindful gifting this season. Scroll for more!

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  1. SHOP SMALL & BUY LOCALLY! The holiday shopping season is a great time to support small businesses. Each time you purchase from a small business, you are positively impacting the life of a real person ! Trust us when we say that we literally do a little dance every single time an order comes in. :) According to the Small Business Administration, the 28 million small businesses in America account for 54 percent of all sales in the U.S. Plus small businesses have provided 55 percent of all jobs and 66 percent of all new jobs since the 1970s. When you make a purchase at a small business, you are doing your part to stimulate the local economy.
  2. SHOP ETHICALLY. There's nothing wrong with buying new clothes, but every dollar we spend makes an impact. While you're shopping this year, commit to only buying items that are sustainable, USA-made, cruelty-free, fairtrade, or second hand, and make a statement with each gift you give.
  3. GIVE THE GIFT OF TIME OR SERVICE. This is one of our favorite ways to be mindful during the holidays. Offer to volunteer at an animal shelter together, run a 5k for a good cause, or make a date to simply walk in the park, and the memories will last forever.
  4. GIVE NON-MATERIAL ITEMS. Give a non-material gift such as festival tickets, a charitable donation in the receiver's name, a massage or spa treatment, or a download of your favorite DJ/Singer/Band's latest album.
  5. BUY SECONDHAND. This one is self explanatory! Shop at thrift stores or local vintage shops (give a gift card if you aren't sure what size your gift receiver is...or what color they would prefer...or if they are super hard to shop for like *some of us* over here!). Add a personal touch by customizing your gift - sew on some fringe, reupholster a chair, paint a mini-mural on a boot, or draw a personal illustration inside a book.
  6. FINALLY, MAKE ROOM FOR NEW GIFTS IN A MINDFUL WAY. If you're receiving new clothes this year, you may have to get rid of a few things to make room for your new treasures. Make sure you're discarding your old items in the appropriate way to reduce landfill use and be kindest to the environment. Our favorite way to do this is to host a post-holiday clothing swap with friends! One woman's trash is another woman's treasure, as they say. :) If you're left with items after the swap, take old clothes to a local second hand store (or try re-selling them if they're in good condition). If your clothes are too trashed to be donated, find out if you have textile recycling in your area before throwing them away. Click here for a great article with info on the impact that clothing is making on our landfills and envrironment.

We hope our guide is helpful! Feel free to share, and leave your own ideas in the comments below. Happy Season of Gratitude!


We're overflowing with joy and gratitude that 4,000+ amazing people have joined our ethical, cruelty-free fashion family on Facebook. To celebrate, we're doing a 4-day sale! First things first, come over to our page and like or follow so we can stay in touch. Second, use code HEYHEY4K! at checkout for 20% off our entire store (including our new Holiday pre-orders!) at It's beyond our wildest dreams that so many phenomenal human beings would resonate with what we're doing, and we are only getting started. THANK YOU for joining the movement!