I was really pleased to notice this little moment in the show. In Episode 9, Juliette is heading home from work(?) and instead of showing her driving, they decided to show her riding her bike:
|Bike commuting is very authentic to Portland.|
In fact, it was named America's Best Bike City
last year by Bicycling Magazine
|Notice her super cute red coat? I'll mention that again|
in a second.
|If you're gonna ride, you should wear|
a helmet, so kudos again to the show for modeling
|Here, we see Juliette set down her backpack (durable!)|
and get another glimpse of that pretty red coat.
I'm pointing out the coat because Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) wears it in a ton of scenes/in quite a few episodes. Again, it's realistic/authentic (It rains a lot here-feels like 11.5/12 months out of the year.) It's also sustainable consumption-she doesn't have a different coat on every time we see her on-screen (ala Sex and the City.)
Have you seen any examples of good/not so great consumption in your favorite shows?