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5 Ethical and Sustainable Swimwear Brands

Summer is here!!!!   I have been receiving some DM’s asking about which ethical + sustainable swimwear brands I would recommend, so I thought I’d share 5 amazing brands that are sustainable, ethical, and just happen to all be Canadian and women owned. Vancouver’s Free Label  launched their second swimwear collection today. A sustainable fashion brand that offers up the most comfortable and covet worthy items for any wardrobe, and happens to be a personal fave of mine.   Last…

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Sustainable But Not Minimal

A while back I did a little survey to ask my Instagram followers to chime in on capsule wardrobes.  The majority of those who replied said they did not have a capsule wardrobe and there were some reoccurring themes as to why. Expense.  Purchasing only ethical/sustainable brands felt beyond their reach and their budget. Where to start?  With a closet full of clothes, where does one even start to pair it down. Size fluctuations.  It can be hard to get…

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Five Pairs of Underwear You’ll Want to Wear

Several months back, I went on a mission to find underwear that fit, that I felt good in, and that were comfortable to wear.  I also wanted to move away from toxic companies like Victoria Secret, who’s former CEO had made it clear, their products aren’t for trans or plus-sized women.  I truly believe we get to vote with our dollars, so I did not want my vote to go to a company who is “selling a fantasy” and has…

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Encircled Jumpsuit

Versatility!  One of the main words we should keep in mind when we bring a new garment into our wardrobe.  How many ways can I style this garment?  What different occasions could I wear this garment for?  Can this item be worn both casually and dressed up?  Cue the fabulous new jumpsuit from ethical, Canadian, brand, Encircled.  A piece like this can have so much flexibility in your wardrobe.  I would wear this piece for anything from a chill weekend…

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Wool &

I grew up in the Prairies which meant long cold winters. Wool has always been in my wardrobe whether it’s was a warm sweater knit by my grandmother, my tights I’d layer under my pants, or cozy socks to keep my toes from freezing while playing out in the snow. I still love wool and all of it’s amazing properties like it being wrinkle resistant, odor resistant, temperature regulating, breathable, and quick drying. I was recently introduced to a company…

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