Winter is in full force, making me seriously lazy when getting dressed. Just give me a cozy clothes and a heavy coat and I’ll be fine. Because of that, I’ve been heavily relying on the basics of my closet and let’s just say they are well loved. In case you’re in need of wardrobe staples, here’s a roundup of ethical and vegan options.
Glasses are perhaps my favorite accessory, but until recently, I never considered how they affect my makeup. Well, besides leaving those annoying marks in my foundation anyway. It can be tricky to balance your makeup and frames, especially when you’re a lover of statement glasses like me, so today I’m sharing my tips along with the new Winter and Resort collections from Warby Parker.
Last week I had an epiphany. I spend most of the year wearing a coat and yet I only own a single coat. From a minimalism standpoint, this is great, but as a girl who has always loved fashion, this is a little sad. Cue searching the internet for coats and jackets for every occasion.
We have a bit of two-in-one today! I’ve found some really cool and badass ethical and vegan clothing that I would happily buy, but then I ask myself, “It is weird to have more than one pro-vegan t-shirt? Is it weird to even have one that advertises my lifestyle?”
Today, we’re kicking off the autumnal content with a little peek into my fall wardrobe and it’s just as cozy as you’d expect. This is my favorite season to dress for because it’s cool enough to layer, but not so cold that you have to be all bundled up. If only it was like that all year long.
I know it’s basically mandatory to say this at the beginning of every favorites, but where did the month go? September, I feel like we were just getting to know each other and now you’re gone. Honestly, it kind of freaks me out that time is moving so quickly these days. Despite time flying, I have some favorites to share with you and as always there’s a bit of everything.
When I started my blog I thought fashion would be the bulk of my content, but that’s not quite what’s happened. Currently, my ethical fashion content is shopping guides, which are fun, but I want to show you my style and prove that ethical fashion isn’t boring or granola.
There’s a bit of a problem though… My current closet is uninspired and missing key items. On the bright side, it gives me an opportunity to share my process of refreshing my wardrobe ethically and on a budget. Let’s do it.
Guys, I was so excited to finally have another DIY post. I attempted to make a simple cotton triangle bra because I’m in desperate need and couldn’t find an affordable ethically made option. I even teased it on my Instagram stories and was diligently working away, buuut it ended up being a complete and utter failure. My inability to find or make bras that fit led me to break my ethical shopping rules.
Boobs are complicated.
I don’t often talk about college, but the fall semester is nearly upon us. How? If summer wants to stay, I’d be cool with that, but the reality is it’s back to school, which may mean a bit of shopping. I thought I’d put together some ethically and sustainably produced, vegan and chic products for college/university students.