I completed a winter closet edit this week. The deep freeze edition. I needed to get out my heaviest sweaters and pack away the light ones.
How does an avowed slow fashion devotee get excited about a new year of shopping? I have a plan. And I’m calling it Sue’s “New Frugality.”
Did you shop the Black Friday sales? Me neither. Can we hope that the Black Friday frenzy is perhaps becoming unfashionable? Nope. Not yet.
Do “influencers” have the courage of their convictions when it comes to promoting slow fashion and mindful consumption? Maybe yes. Maybe no.
I’m digging into my curated closet this week and restyling some essential pieces. To see if I can get excited about wearing them again.
This is a non-travel travel post, my friends. I’m going to walk around downtown Ottawa and go for tea at the Château Laurier. Want to come?
In my October vlog, I’m playing with fall fashion. Trying to style two old sweaters to avoid buying a new one. Shopping my closet. Again.
I’m loving these weeks of crisp, sunny fall days. Great for wearing blazers as outwear. I call it the brief and wonderful fall blazer window.
After years of searching for that one perfect pair of jeans, I have given up. I am embracing the concept of the “jeans wardrobe.”
Hubby and I are still camping. I’m writing this on Monday and we are currently hunkering down out of the rain. I was thinking of a comment on my last post about living in the wilderness, and since I have …
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