Fancy Pants with the Magnificent 8

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I’m teaming up with seven other bloggers again today to showcase how we wear out statement pants! When I found out this quarter’s theme, I immediately knew I wanted to reach for these tropical palazzos. They’re so bold and fun, and they are by far the funkiest pants in my closet. The trouble was putting together an outfit I haven’t worn before! Continue reading “Fancy Pants with the Magnificent 8”

Weekly Recap #17, 2021

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It was another week of mostly dreary weather, so my outfits are kind of dark and gloomy to match. But what’ya gonna do?! I captured this pic last Sunday night as my friend and I enjoyed some ice cream in a nearby park, so at least this beautiful sunset adds some color to today’s post. I’m looking forward to spring weather and the chance to break out all my tank tops and skirts again—especially since I sent nearly all of my sweaters home over spring break! Boy, was that a mistake. Continue reading “Weekly Recap #17, 2021”

A Few Simple Tips to Make Your Wardrobe More Sustainable

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In celebration of Earth Day today, I wanted to share a blog post centered on sustainability in fashion. I imagined this post featuring photos taken in the beautiful Rocky Mountains to celebrate the wonder and awe of Mother Nature, but of course, the rainy and snowy weather of the past few weeks had different plans for me. I do have to admit, though, that I am a little apprehensive to publish this blog post… Why? Because talking about sustainability in fashion seems like an oxymoron. After all, we all know that the fashion industry is a major polluter to the environment and a huge emitter of greenhouse gases. Fashion blogging itself, something that I am so passionate about, is often inherently contradictory to the goals of sustainability and ‘green living’. So as fashion lovers, how can we reconcile this? Continue reading “A Few Simple Tips to Make Your Wardrobe More Sustainable”