Tag: Fashion For a Cause

What Sewing Has Taught Me About Fashion

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If you’ve been following along the past couple of months, you’ve probably heard me mention that I recently learned to sew. I’ve always wanted to learn, and of course it helps that we already have a sewing machine + table in the house. Throughout the process, sewing made me think a lot about fashion, the clothes we wear, etc., so I figured, what better way to share these insights than in a blog post? I hope you enjoy! Continue reading “What Sewing Has Taught Me About Fashion”

Denim Day 2020: Wear Jeans, Support Survivors

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Happy Wednesday! As you well know, I don’t usually post on Wednesdays (at least, not anymore after my month-long hiatus a few summers ago). But today I had to stray from my usual posting schedule to participate in and tell you about Denim Day, which is today, April 29th. For those of you who don’t know, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Denim Day is an international campaign that aims to bring awareness to and protest victim blaming and other misconceptions about sexual violence. Read on to learn more about this powerful movement and to see how I styled my jeans in solidarity with survivors. Continue reading “Denim Day 2020: Wear Jeans, Support Survivors”

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”