I have heard so many good things about Everlane, especially their jeans. So when they were having their Choose What You Pay sale, I placed an order on the last day of 2018 (the day before Nothing New January began LOL) After having worn some of the pieces I’ve ordered, I wanted to share my thoughts on the pieces and Everlane as a brand.
One of my 2019 goals is to reduce the amount of waste I generate. Have you heard of the “waste hierarchy”?
I’ve had this Elie Tahari dress for a while and was unable to wear it for two reasons: I couldn’t fit into it. I couldn’t find the perfect occasion to wear it
I wanted to start a series called Coffee Chat,where I discuss various topics. They won’t always be fashion-related.
We see a lot of deep, rich colors, gray and neutrals during fall and winter, but I felt compelled to incorporate bright colors into my outfits.
I believe that a fitted black turtleneck deserves a special place in every girl’s closet. It is an essential layering piece.
With the holidays coming up, you can showcase your holiday spirits through your outfits without wearing the typical red and green.
If you are a sweater lover like I am (I like the term “aficionado” to make my love for knitwear sound fancy haha), I guarantee that you will love the luxurious softness of Halogen’s 100% cashmere sweaters.
Jacket: Thrifted from my local Salvation Army store | Belt: vintage Escada from Poshmark (current Monogram belt) | Jeans: Levi Wedgie Fit Jeans | Boots: vintage Etienne Aigner In today’s post, I’m going to share what I look for while I’m thrifting and two tips for thrifting beginners.
Sweater: Poshmark | Jeans: Madewell from Poshmark (similar) | Ankle boots: Louise et Cie (old) (similar) It’s time to free your thick sweaters from the depth of your closets! If you haven’t stocked up for the impending brisk fall and winter weather, keep reading for some very affordable options!