Snow? I’m over it. Sure, it’s absolutely beautiful when it’s happening and makes for great blog pics, but it also cancels flights and makes you cold and gets grey and slushy on the sidewalks. I head back to 72˚ sunshine in LA tomorrow, and as much as I’ll miss mooching cozy sweaters from my sister’s closet, and as much as I wish I didn’t start class at 8am on Monday morning, warm weather is the be-all and end-all to my happiness (along with açaí bowls and One Direction and 9 solid hours of sleep and window seats and iced green tea, and lots of other things). TL;DR warm weather is better than snow.… View Post
This lil’ yellow backpack was one of my favorite Christmas gifts this year. I have long been a fan of Fjallraven backpacks, and finally bought myself a blue backpack for school this summer. A week after I bought it Fjallraven announced it’s Re-Kanken collection – a backpack collection made of recycled plastic bottles. Not only are the backpacks made from yarn made from recycled plastic bottles, but it’s dyed with natural dyes and is spin dyed, meaning it uses less water, energy and chemicals than normal Fjallraven backpacks. ~swoon~… View Post
I have never been one to dress practically for the weather. I wear dresses and skirts until the cool air turns my legs purple, my outerwear of choice is a flannel, and I avoid pants like the plague (except my mom jeans, of course). Last year’s 65 degree Christmas day was a blessing: no warm sweaters or fuzzy socks were required. This year, however, I woke up to snow flurries on my first morning back from school. It has been a while since I’ve been in snow and, let me tell you, I was not prepared.… View Post
Talking about Zara and Poshmark and sustainable alternatives to fast fashion.… View Post
I am never one to turn down a good deal, so my first Black Friday as a sustainable shopper is not an easy one. So I rounded up some of the best Black Friday (and Cyber Monday) deals from sustainable/ethical brands. Happy shopping!
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