My journey with sustainable fashion started before I ever realized it. From a young age, I was following my mom in toe to garage sales and into thrift stores. After college, I decided to go back to my roots and make thrifting *kEwL* again. That led to a blog, Tales From The Thrift Shop, and now to this little corner of the internet. I've ran a non-profit clothing room, curated a non-profit clothing drive, where more than 1,000 people were clothed for back-to-school season, and now I'm here. The hope is to help you curate a more sustainable, long-lasting wardrobe. Because I know that there's no better feeling of looking into a closet that you feel good about, and you should know the feeling too.

Hi, I'm kali —

a self-proclaimed sustainable fashion freak. I'm the curator of westward collection co. and writer of the KB blog.

about me


my black linen cropped pants that go with everything.

favorite item hanging in my closet

thrifting! Goodwill, salvation army, vintage shops, I'm there.

favorite pasttime

Summer house & top chef

guilty pleasure trash tv show of choice

hot with a dash of coconut milk

how I drink my coffee

how about a quick rundown?

fun facts

a four-step guide to waking up to the world of sustainable fashion

download the sustainable closet starter guide

ready to build a  sustainable closet?

Building a closet that you love is no easy feat, but I'm here to help. Whether you're looking for high quality items to quickly add into your closet or you're trying to build a secondhand wardrobe from scratch, I'm here to help. Shopping sustainably is about knowing why you're buying and feeling comfortable with every purchase. I'm here to help with that.

There is no one way to build a sustainable wardrobe. There's only your way. You're journey starts here, and I'm so grateful to get to help you.

my promise to you

I'm here to help you navigate the weird world of sustainable fashion.

If you're looking for an education-based approach to building the wardrobe of your dreams, you're in the right place.


thank you!