Lifestyle

From Hatha To Hot Date

Here it is! The final look I created from the items I put in my Summer Travel Capsule wardrobe. (Find the other looks here and here.) This one was a total no brainer for me. These AMAZING pants are from Free Label. I’m pretty sure I wear them at least once per week. I wear them around the house, for running errands, and even for the occasional night out. I feel my best/sexiest when I’m comfortable, so in this outfit,…

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From Beach To Bevies

Summer is here!!!! The kids have one week of school left and we are busy making plans to make the most of the warm weather. Also, this is the second look I have put together using the pieces I selected for my Summer travel capsule wardrobe. Those items again are, 2 pairs of shorts, 1 swimsuit, 1 tank, 1 pair of pants, 1 bra top, 3 pairs of shoes, 3 bags, 1 pair of sunnies, 1 cotton blouse, 1 denim…

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Lifestyle

From Bed To Brunch

I dare to say, I will never be one to have a minimalist, capsule wardrobe. I love the idea, but I just love variety to dang much. The one time I do like to play with a capsule wardrobe is when weekend getaways and vacations come around. With the Summer almost here, I thought I’d share a great way to make the most of of your wardrobe when you want keep the items limited. I’ve styled three complete looks with…

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Lifestyle Slow Fashion

Elizabeth O. Vintage

One of my favourite things about moving into shopping slower, is the amazing gems I get to add into my closet and my home.  They are things that have had a life and a story before me, and are now a part of my story.   This beautiful vintage blanket is now where my kids cuddle up for a movie night and the blanket we throw down for a a backyard picnic.  These Italian made leather shoes are the exact…

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Kids Slow Fashion

Budget Friendly and Sustainable Kids Wardrobes

Whenever I do a Google search for ethically made brands for kids, I see a ton of blog posts, featuring “affordable” options for kids ranging in cost of $25 for a t-shirt to $80+ for a dress.  Do I love these pieces?  Yes!  Do I wish I could buy exclusively this way?  Yes!  I adore quality, timeless, items that I can invest in and last forever….for myself.  Kids are a different ballgame.  They do actually NEED new clothes, usually, every…

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