The global fashion industry is currently a huge problem when it comes to pollution, waste and abuse of human rights. If you are concerned about the environmental impact of fashion and the social impact of where your money really goes then making more sustainable fashion choices is the best approach.
Henry Ward Beecher said it best when he stated: “Clothes and manners do not make the man; but, when he is made, they greatly improve his appearance.” The attire choices we make every single day define us in more ways than we are perhaps even aware of.
It’s no surprise that the fashion industry, blogging especially, is a saturated market. With social media, you can find just about anything or anyone in fashion.
As the timeless fashion icon Coco Chanel so eloquently said “dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman.” It’s definitely true that looking put together can leave a lasting impression on people.
With endless email campaigns clogging up your inbox with sales and specials, it’s hard to avoid fast fashion companies that often use unethical manufacturing factories overseas.
You’ve done it—I’ve done it—looked back at our travel pictures and…totally cringed. It is hard to look good after 20,000 steps—most of them outdoors in the hot sun—and that sticky skin, frizzy hair, and walked-in clothes can really kill your dinner vibe.
Thrifting, like anything else, takes practice to become good at. I’ve been an avid thrifter for seven years now, and purchase 95% of my wardrobe from thrift stores.
Whether you’re on a summery vacation or staying at home and enjoying what the weather is offering, there are certain things you can do to make sure you’re staying comfortable in the heat and keeping your skin healthy.