Fashion & Beauty

Mrs. Green in her "under $10" dress from Goodwill

From purses made from bill boards to eliminating carcinogens in your shampoo, fashion and beauty are rapidly changing industries.  Stay current with sustainable fashion trends, the latest research on things like safe cosmetics and why you might want to ask your jeweler where he purchased his gold.  And Mrs. Green would love to hear from you — always and forever.

Radio Shows

Are Your Clothes Fed by Threads?

11.25.13

Alok Appadurai, Fed by Threads Co-Founder: There is such a thing as perfect timing and having Alok on the show at this time has taken on new meaning since my trip to New York City. The Go Green Conference had a series of…

Mrs. Green's News


10.11.13
A Hair-raising Ordeal By Sue Carr

When I decided to chronicle my journey of greening my daily routine, I knew some parts of the journey would prove far easier than others. Switching from chemical body wash to a more natural beauty bar: simple. Switching my children from neon-colored “kid” toothpaste to a more natural formula: simple. Greening my multiple-product, chemically-infused hair […]

09.06.13
The Power of the Purge – 4 Easy Baby Steps!

Blog #3 in the series Confessions of an Eco-Evader by Sue Carr: If you follow this blog, you know that I’ve been spending more than my fair share of time on the Environmental Working Group website…

05.09.13
Mrs. Green Makes it a Great Day At VerVe – Always

Hear ye, hear ye. You are about to get inside my  bright green head  so you can see why I am a true fan AND a true believer in VerVe and Aveda. I don’t know about you but when it comes to someone actually touching my head and putting “stuff” on my face, feet, hands & […]

07.19.12
Girl Talk on Green Talk Radio?‏

If you regularly open my newsletter, it won’t surprise you that I love writing it. I have broken the rules of social media on this one, and this is more about me than it is you. But I felt strongly that I had to share it.

Links and Resources

Be green and stylish with Ecostilleto.

Skin Deep is a safety guide to cosmetics and personal care products.

The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics.

Did You Know?


Three Things About Abbott Taylor Jewelers

1. Abbott Taylor Jewelers is a family-owned business and in the thirty-five years I have known Abby, every family member, with the exception of their 10 year old grandson, has worked there at one time or another. Family matters to them above all else.
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You will find no dirty gold at Abbott Taylor jewelers. Abby has been purchasing recycled “green” gold since the 1980s and my only regret is that I am not wearing more of it!
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They walk the walk of giving back. I can’t remember the last time I went to a charitable event that had a silent auction and didn’t see a donation from Abby. Both Abby and Martha serve on Boards, attend local charity events, and support all things green and beautiful.