Does anyone else buy clothes completely out of season? Back in May, when I went to Toronto, I was really excited by their vintage shopping scene. In most of the guides and tips I was reading it mentioned it was worth a look before leaving the city.Read More »
This outfit feels so unusual, but in the spirit of celebrating the holiday I figured I’d try something new in the best judgement free zone: Friendsgiving.Read More »
Though I love Friends and don’t think I’ll ever be over all the outfits from the show, I wanted to take things a little more nerdy for a bit. I haven’t really caught up with the latest TV shows, but a couple months ago I fell for this comic Snotgirl, and have been itching to read more. We don’t exactly have the same style, but after seeing Kailey on Tumblr talking about the idea I figured it might be fun to see if our style overlapped at all.
My dip into ethical and sustainable fashion hasn’t been a hit the ground running sort of thing. I’m looking to change habits and aim for longevity here, so I didn’t throw out everything I own, or give myself strict rules. Rather, I decided to slowly learn more and more each month, and start to think about each purchase I was making and how I could improve. All to say: I still buy clothes from large corporations, where ideally I’d purchase from a ‘green’ brand.
Is this a lot of crap to haul with you just to work? I don’t know at this point. Commuting is hard, and the thing is I always feel like I’m a mess (hence the constant carrying of first aid stuff) and with some time before work I might as well use the makeup I have you know? Here’s what I’ve got:
This time of year feels so exciting; Getting to layer, buy new autumn clothes, and have that back to school/new year kind of feeling. I’ve been looking forward to this since early August.
Sometimes something that you’ve had forever becomes lucky later on. Apple picking is such a quintessential fall thing. I can’t remember a year where I didn’t enjoy at least one fresh apple. With social media and a renewed love of fall, it seems everyone wants to head out to a farm and pick some fruit.
I’m honestly eager to say goodbye to summer. It’s been a bit intense, and I’m ready to be wrapped in a blanket all day, and put my layering skills to good use. Summer wasn’t all bad though, it’s leaving some cool favorites behind.
Number one on my to-do list this summer was to visit a garden or greenhouse. I don’t have much of a green thumb (I kill most everything I try to grow honestly) but places filled with greenery, plants, and flowers feel so peaceful, and are a beautiful show of the season. I may have waited until the last minute, but we made it.