More Fashion and Style posts, so here’s a 15 question Style tag.
- I love to shop for my clothes at (give three stores)?
- RW and Co
- Store you like to visit, but don’t usually buy from?
Urban Outfitters, my sister loves to shop here, and while I like the store I rarely find anything I truly like.
- Last accessory you bought?
It was a necklace from Ardene, but I hardly wear it. It is blue and gold and is a statement necklace with metal feathers, but I think I need jewelry that’s not so bulky.
- Do you own something you’ve never worn? What?
No, not since I switched to a minimal wardrobe.
- I put a lot of thought into what I wear, throw my clothes on quickly, or just like to be comfortable?
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This month was kind of sucky, but hey there were still a few things to celebrate.
- 50 Followers
I actually have over 60 followers on this blog now, but when I reached fifty earlier this month I was so happy. I’ve been blogging for almost a year now, and to reach over 60 followers, I mean it’s great to think that people actually want to hear what I have to say and like my posts and ugh thank you so much.
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If you don’t already know, I live in Canada and while some days it can be quite mild, it can also drop t0 -20 degrees Celsius overnight. So that means fashion may have to take one for the team and settle on comfy sweaters and leggings most days. But that’s the whole point of layering right? Today, I’d like to share some of my recent purchases and how I like to wear these items during the cold winter months.
Item #1- A good pair of Winter Boots
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Sustainable fashion has been getting the recognition it deserves since the disaster of Rana Plaza. People have been speaking out, becoming more aware of the issues and what they can do to help. Companies have been formed on the basis of ethically made, sustainable fashion, so an incident like Rana Plaza never happens again.
Co-Founder of Zady, Maxine Bedat, was one those brands. In her TedTalk, she explains her journey started with the tags. She became curious about where her clothing was coming from and when she realized the enormity of the problems and what little had actually been done, she started something called “The New Standard.”
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