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How Your Style Can Help the Planet—No Matter Your Body Type
In our current climate, both literally and financially, many consumers are re-evaluating their spending habits, especially when it comes to fashion. The fast fashion industry is not only one of the most wasteful—it also produces a great deal of pollution, and often relies on unethical labor practices.
Patches Have Finally Released!!!
Well, where do I even begin? It has been a very long and hard process to get those patches you are seeing in the picture in my hand and out to all the people. The process is finally done and now it's time to just sit back and market the patches here and there—and sell the patches.
10 Fashion Tips for Traveling Females
Many girls know what I am talking about when I say we tend to overpack, fearing that we will need something "just in case." I recently went on a two and a half month long backpacking trip, and here are some fashion tips I learned that will save you some hassle:
Second Hand September
I recently discovered the Second Hand September challenge via the wonderful world of Instagram. The premise of the challenge is that you don't buy ANYTHING new for the entire month of September, and in turn you help save the planet, and you also probably help you bank account out as well.
What Virgil Abloh Means for Creators
At the time of writing this, Virgil Abloh is the most influential person in the world of creatives. His omnipresence and sway in nearly all creative pursuits is rooted in Virgil's unique talents. Born outside of Chicago in 1980, he is an artist, architect, and fashion designer. He received his training as undergraduate in Civil Engineering and a Master’s degree in Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Were Your Jeans Created by a Sexual Assault Victim?
Work. It is a fact of life and has been called inherently humanizing. Whether we like your job or not, we all agree that we have to work. But what happens when the job you have frequently puts you at risk for sexual harassment and sexual assault?
My Poshmark Experience
I signed up for Poshmark at 2:20 AM on a cold Wednesday on the second day of January, 2019. My experience so far has been good, bad, and ugly.
We're an Online Boutique That Helps Women Who Have Undergone Hardships Like: Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence, Mental Illness, and Much More!
Our Brand We are a fashion boutique that is uniquely shaped around the mantra “Be Confident.” With an ever changing world, it is easy for both women and young girls to loose grasp of who they are. That is why we promote confidence, and aim to instill even more confidence in women's lives through positive thinking and looking fabulous while doing so. We carefully pick the collections that we carry on our website to ensure that they solely focus on making every woman and girl feel and look confident in themselves.
Why Kim Kardashian's "Kimono" Is Rightfully Catching Major Heat
Another day, another Kardashian or Jenner appropriating someone else's culture. This time, it's Kim Kardashian-West with the announcement of her new shapewear line. No, it's not the shapewear itself or the hues causing the trouble. It's the name of the shapewear line, called Kimono. Kimono, as in the long, loose robes with wide sleeves tied with a sash that were originally worn as a formal garment in Japan. Chosen because, well, Kim is part of Kimono. Duh.
Baby Phat Is Back!
I am old enough to remember the original Baby Phat. This brand was one of few that catered to curvier figures with denim that stretched across the hips of hippies kids to hip hop lovers, all baring a stitched slender kitten on the back pocket.
Fast Fashion as a Class Issue
There's genuinely something haunting about the fast fashion industry. With sustainability and ethical problems swarming around the trade, the question becomes; should working class people be expected to pay more for sustainable clothes, or should big corporations introduce innovation, and principles to their practices?
How to Get a Vintage Look when You Don't Have the Time or Money
There's no doubt that the aesthetic of the 1960s and 1970s has become increasingly popular over the last three years, with Instagram absolutely flooded with people from all over mimicking the mods and the rockers in fabulous ways, not to mention the sudden flood of films devoted to 60s and 70s rock bands such as Yesterday, Bohemian Rhapsody, and Rocketman. Yes, vintage is most certainly "in" right now, but between the high prices on Etsy and long uniform clad work days that prevent us from being able to show our true colors, how is anyone meant to keep up?