Category: Fashion For a Cause

Living for Living Coral

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Happpppy Monday! Did you know that 2019’s Pantone Color of the Year is called Living Coral? Do you even know what a Pantone Color of the Year is? If not, no worries. It’s basically just a color that’s “forecasted” to be popular throughout the seasons in industries such as fashion, home décor, and even marketing/design. Last year’s color was Ultraviolet, and while I can’t say I saw a ton of vibrant purples, gorgeous lavender shades were a huge hit in the past year and even still to this day. Keep reading to see some ideas for how to style this year’s fun new salmon-esque color! Continue reading “Living for Living Coral”

Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: The Big Chop (And Why You Should Too)

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If you follow me on Instagram and saw Thursday’s blog post, then you probably noticed I chopped off all my hair—more than ten inches worth! I’ve been known in the past to secretly plan a hair appointment and then show up to school the next day with all my hair gone; something about the shock of such a big change is thrilling to me. Some people say I’m brave and that they could never do the big chop like I do, but I’ve always disagreed. While they feel super attached to their hair and protected by it, I, in contrast, associate chopping my locks with freedom and positive transformation. So if you love my hair and want to hear about my specific cut (or even if you hate my new ‘do), I’m sharing all the deets below, along with some reasons you could use a fresh hairstyle too. Continue reading “Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: The Big Chop (And Why You Should Too)”

Staying Warm with Love Your Melon

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You know I love talking about fashion with a cause or raising awareness through fashion, so today I wanted to introduce you to an awesome brand, Love Your Melon. I only just learned about Love Your Melon this Christmas when my mom bought me this super cute teal ear-warmer, as well as a beanie for herself and each of my brothers. Continue reading “Staying Warm with Love Your Melon”