Celebrating Earth Month with EILEEN FISHER

EILEEN FISHER linen collection

In honor of Earth Month, I’m teaming up with EILEEN FISHER to talk about their latest organic linen line. If you’re new to the brand, EILEEN FISHER creates ethical, timeless, well-made clothes designed to work together, wear effortlessly, and be part of a responsible life cycle. Not only do I love that her pieces are minimal, classic, and versatile, but they’re also completely sustainable. While more and more brands are thinking about their environmental footprint, EILEEN FISHER has been making a huge impact for many years. I’m honored to be able to team up with a brand that’s truly making a difference. More on this and the organic linen line below.

Wearing EILEEN FISHER Organic Linen Delave Shell Top xs, EILEEN FISHER Flex Tencel Ponte Wide-Leg Pant PP

Organic linen has to be my favorite fabric for spring and summer. I love the effortless, cool vibe yet it’s also comfortable and breathable. This organic linen shell top is such a classic piece for warm weather. You can easily wear it alone or layer it underneath a lightweight jacket or sweater. I’m wearing a regular xs here, but could easily wear a petite xs. I also have my eye on the organic linen round neck jumpsuit (such an easy yet effortless piece). And in case you’re interested EILEEN FISHER’S organic farming supports clean water and healthy soil. They’re dyed without hazardous chemicals using minimal water and energy and meets the bluesign® standard. More on this here.

For this collaboration, the team at EILEEN FISHER asked me to share what sustainability means to me. Mike and I live a very conscious lifestyle. We make conscious efforts in everything we do, from what we put into our mouths, to how we raise our daughter, to the lifestyle we have chosen to live. With that being said, we’re not perfect. While sustainability is oftentimes tied to the environment, what I’ve found is that it’s also about sustaining whatever practice/change you’re implementing. If you want to lower your impact on the environment by going plant-based, but you end up only doing it for one month, your change isn’t sustainable. Sustainability is about implementing something in your daily life that you will be able to adopt for years to come. For us that’s been eating plant-based (I’ve been for over 10 years), choosing organic products whenever possible, slowly eliminating everyday plastics, and working with more brands that are making an impact. 

Read more about the brand and their sustainability efforts here

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Special thank you to EILEEN FISHER for partnering on this post.

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