“I was an environmentalist, but I was also a shopaholic.” Kristin Glenn on #WalktheTalk.

Via on Sep 11, 2013

Kristin Glenn Waylon Walk the Talk Show

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featuring Kristin Glenn of Seamly

“I was an environmentalist, but I was also a shopaholic. And that doesn’t even make sense.”

Truth be told eco-fashion isn’t always that cute. Kristin Glenn of Seamly is making a difference by making clothes I might actually wear. Deadstock.  You should know about it.  ~ Meg


Check out her mindfully-created fashions here.

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One Response to ““I was an environmentalist, but I was also a shopaholic.” Kristin Glenn on #WalktheTalk.”

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