If you live in a similar climate, you may need tips to help you patiently transition your wardrobe from winter to spring!
Back in the early 2000s, my mom coined the term “the heap” to reference unwanted items I got rid of. Whenever we went shopping, she would say things like, “I can see that piece ending up in the heap in a few months.” LOL. Over the years, I grew tired of wasting money and now make it a point to ask myself if I will still love an item in six months. If the answer is “no,” then it stays at the store. I had to crack down to avoid having my hard-earned cash turn into disposal income.
Lace & Pearls – Wardrobe Tidying Up Post
I found this quote perfect for today’s post on sustainable fashion and shopping smarter. Sustainable fashion is becoming a popular buzzword in the fashion industry and is at the forefront for both retailers and consumers.Read More »
I swear I have become perpetually lazy! For some reason, I lack the motivation to do much of anything. I am perfectly content sitting on my couch in my PJs, watching tv, and taking naps. Maybe I should have been a cat.
After Seattle’s recent “snowpocalypse,” everyone and their dog was talking about having cabin fever. I, on the other hand, was completely fine staying home.
Last February, I shared this post where I focused on self-care rather than the traditional valentines’ fashion post. Just because Valentine’s Day is traditionally associated with romance and spending time with someone special, doesn’t mean you can’t also take time for yourself—making time for yourself, incorporating self-care into your routine, and practicing positive self talk are things that can be done year-round!
When writing new blog posts, I hope to inspire and provide valuable information for women in regards to fashion and their overall confidence. I think this particular post has been brewing in the back of my mind for a while, but I didn’t realize its significance until now.Read More »