The popular TV meteorologist – who recently faced difficulties due to poor weather affecting her family vacation plans – posted photos of what she called her "favorite fit" of the week to her Instagram on Friday.
The 42-year-old was smiling as she posed for two photos in a tailored bright white suit and vest which showed off a glimpse of her tanned and toned midriff.
In her caption, the California-born star who is married to fellow TV host Ben Aaron, revealed her whole look was borrowed from her friend and GMA co-host Eva Pilgrim for a special environmentally conscious reason.
"I’m still on the #nonewclothes challenge," she explained, before adding celebratorily: "It will be one year in June!"
In fact, the star announced her sustainability focused clothing pledge in late-May 2022. "I am now taking the #NoNewClothes pledge. No buying NEW (we can consignment/vintage shop)," she said.
The purpose of her pledge is to shed light on the dangerous consequences fast fashion and mass consumption have on our planet. Taking to her Instagram last year, Ginger revealed that she hoped to reduce her carbon footprint through taking part in the challenge for 90 days.
"Seems easy," she explained, but then she revealed the shocking statistic that: "The average American buys 16 new items of clothing every 3 months! 2,000 items are thrown away every SECOND in the United States.
"We need the fashion industry to change, but we can start a conversation and tell them what we want," she added.
Ginger has successfully kept to her commitment – and not just for the 90 days she originally intended it to last for.
The meteorologist's passion for her challenge – which has now lasted for almost a year – was much admired by her fans on Friday, with many taking to her comments section to thank her for using her platform to share about climate conscious initiatives, as well as to compliment her for her fabulous fit.
"A thrifty Queen," one wrote adoringly.
Meanwhile another commented: "You look amazing in this pants suit! Loving the side bang too!"
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