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Yana Dee in Miami

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Yana Dee in Miami

I thought it would be fun to share some highlights and insights we gleaned from our family business trip together. So without further ado, here is a list of things!

1) We want you to be comfortable...

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Love your Skin with 100% Natural Clothing

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Love your Skin with 100% Natural Clothing

I’ve been asked by enough people now "does this has bamboo in it” and "can this be made without spandex.” I’m finally writing the ultimate shopping guide for finding the most natural Yana Dee clothing. Not only is this best for your skin, is also good for the planet!

If you are already convinced, click here to skip the reading and start shopping "The Most Pure & Natural Yana Dee" collection.

What you put on your skin can change how it looks and feels. Since you probably put more clothes on your skin than any other product, picking out the right clothes to wear is key to keeping skin healthy- or bringing it back when an issue arises. Tough love isn’t a good strategy on eczema, acne, or rashes. Practice soft love with all-natural, non-irritating clothes instead.

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Ethical Fashion Advise : A Blog Series Introduction

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Ethical Fashion Advise : A Blog Series Introduction

The internet needs better ethical fashion advice. There are some good resourced out there, but it is hard to find them amidst the barrage of content sponsored by megacorporations. So, I’m going to take your ethical fashion questions, and answer them on the Yana Dee blog. You can submit questions to me by leaving a comment below! To start this blog series off, I’ll answer questions posted to a minimalist fashion online community I am a part of. The first question I will answer is about maternity clothing.

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Top 10 Ways to Have an Environmentalist Wardrobe

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Top 10 Ways to Have an Environmentalist Wardrobe

Once you have learned about the damage the fashion industry is having on the planet, you may be inspired to change your shopping habits.Here is a list of 10 important things to do if you want to have an environmentalist wardrobe.

how to have an environmentalist wardrobe

1. Wear the clothes you have

When you learn how damaging the fast fashion industry is, you may be tempted to...

2. Care for what you wear

By caring for what you have, you can extend the life...

3. Invest in ethically made products

Clothes, jewelry, bags, shoes, and any other accessory will last longer if you invest in a single well constructed piece...

 4. Think about water when you wash your clothes

Minimize the environmental impact when you wash and dry clothing...

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Silk Makes you Fancy

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Silk Makes you Fancy

Silk has long been prized as one of the worlds finest fabric. Nothing mankind has concocted comes close to the strength and softness of silk. Silk is even surprisingly insulating; have you ever noticed how the finest wool coats and pants are always lined with silk? When Yana or I notice affordable clean silk in the waste stream, we usually acquire it. Since silk is all natural, it can be composted; but this precious fabric shouldn’t be cycled through the chain of life until it is dirty and torn.

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