Wardrobe Refresh | How to Streamline Your Closet

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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.

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I bought unethically made clothing after a year and a half.

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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.

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5 Vegan & Ethically Made Handbag Brands

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I haven’t bought a handbag since… ever? Okay, it’s been at least four years. My current everyday bag is a hand-me-down that it beyond battered from years of use. Honestly, there are occasions in which I’m a bit embarrassed to carry it because it looks that rough. It might be time to buy a new one, so I started to look at vegan and ethically produced options. It can take hours of scouring the internet to find the best of the best, so I’ve put together a handbag shopping guide to spare you from the pain. You’re welcome.

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The Hunt for Ethical & Affordable Bras

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I hate bra shopping. I know that’s a little intense, but I’ve never found a bra that fits me properly and now that I’ve narrowed my selection to only ethically produced options, I’m not hopeful it will ever happen. I’ve been dependent on a single “real” bra for a few years. You know, that supportive one in my drawer of laceย bralettes and smash ’em down sports bra. This week, it finally gave out. With the strap’s snap, my whole world came crashing down. Time to bra shop. Take me now, Satan.

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