To spread that cheer just a little bit further, I decided to start my first ever Kindmas! For every day leading up to Christmas, I am going to go out of my way to do something kind. Check out 25 kind things you can do before Christmas!
I am currently nose-deep in shopping land, but I knew I needed to hop on here and talk about my newest ethical finds – athletic gear. I’ve been eyeing these shoes and leggings for the longest time and I finally decided to bite the bullet after I joined Orangetheory. I’m trying to up my fitness level and that requires some cute gear… or at least I think it should.
Let me start off this whole thing by saying that I am not a minimalist. I enjoy shopping, finding new things to wear, and trying out new styles. Since I started seeking out sustainable fashion clothes, I’ve felt a never-ending pressure to become a minimalist. This got me thinking, do I really need to be a minimalist to be into sustainable fashion? Does that mindset exclude the majority of people who are trying to find better alternatives to fast fashion? Before I get into that, let me talk about this outfit. This dress and boots are over three years old and still kicking strong. This dress was one of my…
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Do you ever get ready for the day and just need something to elevate your outfit? You try layering something extra, wearing a different color combination, or even try mixing patterns? Well, when you're rushing to get out in the morning, which let's face it we all are, here are a few tricks to elevate your outfit.
After seeing a graphic shirt this weekend, I feel the need to explain what purpose feminism has in the fashion world.
This post may be an eye-opener for most of us shopaholics. The first step to a sustainable closet is wearing what you already have. I know, that’s bold and unheard of but that means your shopping habits need to cool down for a little. For me, slowing down on my shopping habits has been a hard but necessary task. Before I give some tips on how you can shop your own closet, let’s break down my outfit. Every time I am wearing is before I started researching and investing in sustainable clothes. Although these items are not sustainable, they have been in my closet for a long time and I plan…
As I have been looking through my closet I've come to the realization that I may need to accept that I'm no longer in college. Yes, ouch, that hurt just typing those words on my screen (and hurt even more rereading that sentence). I'm getting older and I need to realize I don't really need 25 Siena college basketball shirts taking space in my closet (yet again... ouch) and I definitely won't be wearing some of these short shorts anymore. So where do we begin? Read on to find out...
Silk button downs were huge in the 80’s with one of the biggest trends in the decade. With crazy prints and a luxurious textile, silk shirts instantly became one of the biggest trends in the 80’s. Check out how you can find, style, and take care of your favorite vintage finds.
The best day of the year has come and left like a tumbleweed through my heart. Lark Fest, a street festival in New York, is a day where Siena alumni from all over crawl out from underneath the floorboards and come for a day filled with street vendors, live music, and prancing to each and every bar. Not only is it one of the best college reunion weekends, but it's also a day full of cute outfits and blissful college memories. Find out what to wear to your local street festival.