If there’s one thing I love in my wardrobe, it’s knitwear. In this article I’m sharing the best ethical & sustainable sweaters for any budget.
I’m so excited to be partnering with Nisolo for today’s blog post. You might remember from my spring capsule post that their Ecuador Haraches have been on my wish list for a while. I’m fortunate enough that they gifted me a pair to share with you! In this article I’ll tell you a little more
When it comes to my closet, I used to be more concerned with looks over functionality. But as I’ve grown older and minimized my belongings, I feel like that has shifted. While I still value aesthetics, the first thing I look for when adding a new piece is function. Luckily, with the Everlane Rain Boot,
There are many benefits to ethical fashion, the most obvious being fair wages and good working conditions for employees, as well as more sustainable production practices. But ethical fashion also has a surprisingly negative side. Ethical brands have been criticized (and rightly so) for being exclusive in their marketing and the styles they offer. This
I’ve got a new ethical brand to share with you today, and it’s a good one! Dinadi reached out to me on Instagram and asked if I’d like to try some of their knitwear. The more I read about their company and what they’re doing, the more on board I was. Needless to say, I
After a beautiful and hot summer in Vancouver, the weather has finally taken a turn and cooled down a little. While I wouldn’t say summer is over just yet, fall is fast approaching. I’m particularly excited because it’s my favourite season of the year, not least of all for the fashion. I love cosy knits
I used to live on my own in a one bedroom apartment, which meant I had space for a lot of stuff. I had two full closets to myself, and they still managed to be overflowing. When I moved in with my boyfriend two years ago, I donated about half my closet to make the
Taking care of your clothes is one of the most important things you can do to get the most out of your closet. It keeps clothes looking new longer, encourages you to wear them more often, and reduces the need to replace them. It really comes down to only two things: laundering and storage. Today