Though I haven’t done many, these posts are my favorite. I love diving into an artist’s vibe and translating it to clothes, and Troye Sivan’s concert was no exception (more on why I love concert dressing here)
As I’m writing this the weather people say tomorrow will be sunny, but then it’s on to our third solid week of rain. *sigh.* I may be going a little stir-crazy. I’m all for getting cozy at home, but it’s hard when all I want to do is go out biking or to the beach. At least it’s still fun to dress like the sun is out.
Putting on this outfit made me feel so cool. There is something about a strictly black and white outfit just feels so bold without being a bright ball of color. Maybe the StormTroopers are on to something.
I love how the holiday season automatically means Star Wars. It’s another awesome thing to do and appreciate this time of year, and it has become a tradition for my family to go see it together opening weekend.
I’ve been going through a winter cold this week, so I decided it was best to stay inside, away from the freezing temperatures. Snow filled pictures will have to wait until later. In the meantime, this outfit has a bit of old and new in it.
In the search for better clothing choices I’ve had a lot of success with shoes. The newest editions to my shoe rack are these pair of Vejas. When I was putting together outfits I felt like I was missing a sneaker that was a little more plain, but wasn’t boring. While I’ve oogled off-white Converse and classic Adidas, I’m glad I found Veja.
Working makes it slightly difficult to really check off all of the activities we love to cram into the nice part of fall season, before it gets too cold. Lots of apples were consumed, I drank my fair share of pumpkin spice lattes and even did some Halloween baking. Not too shabby, but my friend and I decided to squeeze in a farm visit for a flashlight corn maze just before the temperature plummeted.
I went to go take photos for this week’s blog post and fell right into a style slump. I faced my closet, a little stumped on what to wear in this irregular, transition weather. Rather than try to force anything, I decided to take a step back and gather some inspiration for the upcoming months. While I’m putting together my fall and winter wardrobe, I thought I’d look back on one of my favorite ways of dressing; taking outfits out of the TV shows and movies I love.
Though I’m not one to get excited about fall when it’s still 90 degrees out, I love the whole mentality of the season. Nothing’s really happening; the temperature changes, some harvesting begins but there isn’t an abrupt changewhen the time comes around. And yet, we have created something to make the change feel huge.
It’s been too long for me to remember how I found out about this shoe collection, but I do remember being incredibly excited the minute I heard the news. I’ve been starting to do some research on ethical and sustainable fashion and poking around brands I’ve never heard of, and I thought this Po-Zu collection would be a great place to start with incorporating those ethics into my closet.
Po-Zu incorporates ethical and sustainable methods into all tiers of their company, from the materials to the people that put together the shoes and the charities they work with. Everything is made in a small factory in Portugal and there is a lot of information on their website about the care they take to create a great shoe company.
I pre-ordered these guys back in April (the wait has really tested my patience) and now that I have them I couldn’t be happier. They are incredibly comfortable and the minute you see them you can tell a lot of love went into creating them. They are vibrant, well made, and a great addition to my many Star Wars clothes. If you’re looking to stray from the same, huge sneaker corporations, I’d definitely give Po-Zu a search (the BB8 pair are super cute– trust me.)