Do “influencers” have the courage of their convictions when it comes to promoting slow fashion and mindful consumption? Maybe yes. Maybe no.
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.
What’s your magic wardrobe number? How many clothes do you really need to make dressing fun, instead of a chore? It’s less than you think.
I hate sewing with a passion. But this week I found that I have a hidden passion for mending. It’s satisfying and environmentally friendly.
I’d love to be revolutionary. But I’m not. Still I learned this week that I can be part of the Fashion Revolution. And that makes me excited.
I’m styling pieces from my anti-haul haul. And talking about the whole idea of hauls. Just when I was sure so that term was dead and buried.
I’m mostly a slow fashion devotee. I buy quality and keep my clothes a long time. But lately I veered over into the fast fashion lane.
It’s January 2021, time for my slow fashion review of 2020. What I bought, and what progress I’ve made in becoming a more ethical shopper.
As follow-up to my closet edit last week, I’m trying to rekindle my love for this old blue shirt, and finding out how my style has evolved.
My midwinter slow fashion initiative is to shop my closet and wear all my winter clothes before spring. Especially my coats. Especially my old coats.
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