I feel I've talked a big game about an ethical capsule wardrobe so far on my blog and so in the spirit of transparency I wanted to share with you all exactly what my wardrobe looks like right now. I've only been adding ethical pieces (predominantly by way of thrifting) since September 2018 after almost … Continue reading My February Closet // A Mini Review
I've finally returned! February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness month so it's one of my busier times at work, and I've worked several long days, weekends for special events and have a few projects still coming up. I'm thankful for a surprise day off (and an upcoming three day weekend!) so I can finally dedicate … Continue reading Evaluating Your Closet // My Tips + Tricks
Living in Naples, a town with 42% of the population 65 years or older and a median age of 61 years old, means that our few Goodwills are not exactly teeming with lovingly used Everlane or Madewell. I've definitely snagged a few gems but it's an entire project to comb through all the Tommy Bahama … Continue reading Poshmark // Taking Your Time to Thrift
I said in my first post and I meant it, that I reject the idea that this is a movement for affluent influencers only. If having an ethical wardrobe is accessible to anyone (as it should be, regardless of income, body type, race, etc.) then I think more people would be willing to give it … Continue reading Building an Ethical Wardrobe without Shopping Ethical Brands
Ethical fashion. The elusive buzzword (buzz phrase?) that's on the tip of everyone's tongues lately. What exactly is ethical fashion and why does it matter to me? "Ethical Fashion is an umbrella term to describe ethical fashion design, production, retail, and purchasing. It covers a range of issues such as working conditions, exploitation, fair trade, … Continue reading What Does it Mean to Have an Ethical Wardrobe?