While I believe in buying ethical fashion but I also believe in slow buying. The big question is can slow buying be a form of ethical closet?
Since we can’t invite you all over to our new place and have an open house, I thought we’d do a home tour here on the blog!
Here are the dresses and outfits I wore for the last 2 weeks of Dressember. I added a few incentives to grow donations and they really helped!
Hey there! It’s 2018, already?! Where did the time go? I cannot believe 2017 is over, so much happened…and was tweeted about…but now it’s a new year and time for a new beginning.
2017 was a bit of a roller coaster ride.
OK, y’all I’ve been doing Dressember for 4 years now (has it really been that long?) and even though I’m choosing to wear a dress daily, I can’t contribute financially to my own campaign this year. (yeah moving, and holidays and moving)
I don’t write nearly enough personal or reflective posts anymore. Blogging over the last few years has turned into a bit of an advertising space for brands and products.
Its the 4th annual warm & coztea exchange and I’m exciting to be co-hosting this year with Kayla Nelson from The Accidental Nomad Life Blog, Susan from Restoring the Day, Rebekah from Hargraves Home & Hearth, and Amber from @blessingsabide on Instagram!
Here’s a recap on the first few weeks of Dressember 2017, my goal this year wasn’t to wear the same dress everyday but just a variety of dresses from my closet. And I only wore dresses on days I got to pick what I was going to wear for fun. I’m wearing jeans/pants to work … More Dressember 2017 Update
Last year for Christmas my sister bought me Grace not Perfection from Emily Ley, designer & creator of The Simplified Planner. I absolutely loved Grace not Perfection and may have read it in like 3 days, I also bought myself a Simplified Planner for my birthday this year and it’s my favorite.