The article, The Case for Fewer—but better—Clothes, written by Keila Tyner, was a good read. Too often many of us, including myself, get caught up in the cheaper items for that one special event or one outing that requires you to look fabulous but by the following year we are sending it off to be donated, thrifted, or trashed. Don’t get me wrong these recycling methods are awesome (I do them all the time) but “we should consider how all the cheap clothing we buy may be indirectly costing us much more than we realize…“
Bathroom selfie on a Monday morning? Why of course!! I am obsessed with this floor to ceiling mirror at it’s nameless location and I can’t help but take pictures in front of it like I own the darn thing. I just need to suck it up and buy one that I have been drooling over.
Blazer: H&M (basic blazer from several years ago)
Pants: Forever 21+
Top: Forever 21+
Shoes: Target (Summer ’13 Mossimo flat)
Purse: Urban Expressions
Necklace: So Good, Newbury Street, Boston
Except for the purse, this entire outfit was under $80..sweet! You never have to pay an arm and a leg to look fabulous!
I hope you like it!
Sade, from Brooklyn NY is 3 days away from reaching her goal of $4k to get her clothing line up and running. This young woman is using Kickstarter to get the job done. Donate to her goal and watch this young lady take over with her fun line.
Only 3 days left so donate donate donate and support small businesses!
The KG Lifestyle shared this simple video on how to organize scarves. This seems like a simple task but when you have Winter scarves vs. Spring scarves things can get cluttered so this is a great way to keep things in order. Spring scarves are lighter and take up less space so this option seems best.