What’s in My Bag featuring Beara Beara

I see a lot of content out there where people show what’s in their bag, and on the surface I don’t know what’s so interesting about them. But then I watch the video or read the article, and for some reason I find it kind of fascinating – it’s not only a way to get

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Partner Brand Review: Organic Basics

As an aspiring minimalist/slow fashion blogger, I can see firsthand why partnering with brands and providing shopping links might seem a little incongruous. That said, what I am trying to do is share companies that I believe are worth your money. As consumers, we vote with our dollars for what kinds of companies and brands

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Tread by Everlane Review

Hi everyone! In today’s article I’m back with another Everlane shoe review. They kindly gifted me a pair of trainers from their new Tread brand to try. I’ve been test driving them for a couple weeks now, and wanted to share my thoughts with you to help you if you’re thinking of purchasing a pair

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Get Ready With Me featuring Nordgreen Watches

This article is sponsored by Nordgreen. Please see my disclaimer for more info. Welcome back! In today’s article I wanted to share a little get ready with me. I love reading these kinds of posts, so I hope you enjoy it too! I’ll be walking you through my morning beauty and skincare routine, how I

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Everlane Rain Boot Review

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,

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Ethical Brand Review: Dinadi Knitwear

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

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