Bangs trimmed, clothing appropriately layered for New England October daze …
Speaking of clothing, I recently checked out the great stuff at GRIME and More vintage clothing store on Shrewsbury Street, Worcester.
Beautiful looking store!
They have cowboy boots just like new, vintage tee shirts, sexy dresses, wildly colorful blouses and jackets, skirts, blue jeans and STUFF FOR HALLOWEEN!
Get creative, creatives!
Visit GRIME today and create your own homemade Halloween costume-masterpieces!
Owner Molly is 100% local – from the goods she sells, to that real, down to earth Worcester ‘tude! Plus, she’s beautiful and knows fashion!
ICT editor/boss lady Rosalie (pic taken a few weeks ago – she’s cut and dyed her hair since then) NEVER buys leather, wool, angora ANYTHING! The animals on these “farms” suffer horrible deaths, often bleeding to death for what??? for a jacket? A pair of boots?
Check out this interactive Fashion Look Book from PETA.ORG (their first ever!!) to see how attractive cruelty-fashion can be! (Click on blue highlighted text!):
From PETA.ORG. Cruelty-free fashion! No animals were killed/harmed to make these adorable denim pieces…
Click on the UNDERLINED names, following the numerals, to order the clothing and to see more fall fashion!
– R. Tirella
Denim is a true-blue, all-American classic. It became popular in the 1840s among people mining for gold, who depended on the sturdy cotton weave to withstand all types of weather. Since then, it’s made appearances in major fashion trends, from bell-bottoms to acid wash denim to skinny jeans.
Highlighting the vegan-leather footwear revolution and reminding us how the new trend helps rectify disastrous effects of the leather industry, Stephanie Nicora, owner and founder of NICORA, gives PETA an unprecedented insider’s look at her process of creating 100 percent cruelty-free, eco-friendly, and fair-wage handmade shoes made from all-recycled materials in the company’s Los Angeles factory.
Here’s a woman who is revolutionizing the footwear industry with her tasteful, stylish collection — a vision that’s dazzled the public and her celebrity fans alike.
“Consumers are more committed than ever to choosing options that are good for animals, the environment, and the health and safety of industry workers,” Nicora says. “We’re meeting that demand with a tasteful, fashionable product that everyone can feel good about.”
More and more companies are choosing to use cruelty-free and sustainable materials every day.
Feeling inspired? It’s never been easier to wear vegan!
Cruelty-free, of course! From PETA.ORG
For more info/to order items, click on blue text! – R.T.
This doughnut bag looks good enough to eat:
This raccoon bag is too adorbs:
Every true cat lady (or cat dude!) must have this:
This bag TRULY makes a statement:
This glorious, glorious tofu bag is a must-have:
This elephant backpack that is 100 percent OK to carry around as an adult:
This PB&J bag is obviously essential:
The PETA-approved vegan company Cykochik is now featuring one of our snack-time faves. No, the bag isn’t edible, but it is ridiculously cute.
Fall is the perfect time of year to show the world how veganistas roll!
It’s the time of year when people are starting to stock up on sweaters and jackets.
Thankfully, cruelty-free clothing has spread like wildfire on the fashion scene, so ditching wool, leather, and fur has never been easier!
Layer your look with these cruelty-free sweaters and jackets from Lulu’s and ModCloth.com, and you’ll be fabulously faux for fall.