The fashion revolution is a movement to help you become conscious about the conditions in which folks create your clothes, and to provide them with fair wages so that they can live a good life. I also like to throw in my thrifting and sustainable finds. Why not just be good all the way around? I chose this ensemble to share for the fashion revolution because I do know where half of it was made, and the other half was thrifted. It is still beautiful and affordable.
On April 24, 2015 – Fashion Revolution Day (see the instagram @fash_rev and #fashrev), we are asking all companies, “Who made my clothes?” Who makes your clothes at Zara, Wal Mart, Target (mmmhmm, you Lily Lovers haha =), Forever 21, etc.? Are they paid fair wages? Post a picture of your clothes today and ask, #whomademyclothes Read More →
Earth day is soon, so let’s start the week off right by honoring it with this DIY homemade carpet freshener. All you need are these two ingredients: Baking Soda and an Essential Oil (or blend of oils to create a fragrance of your choice). I also purchased large sized glass jar with a perforated top from the Dollar Tree (like a parmesan or red pepper shaker – maybe you could repurpose one that you have sitting in your fridge?)
If you want an easy, cost-effective and creative way to create furniture that fits in with the style you want for your home, this post is just right for you. Read More →
On my last minute neutral Easter dress quest, I found out that one of my local thrift stores would be having a 50% EVERYTHING IN THE STORE sale. Yes, I yelled that. I found this out the night before the sale that would start at 7 a.m. the next morning, so I stuck around to try on and photograph the items that I would like. Now, I’m not a morning person, but somehow I managed to arrive at 710 am. I quickly found all of the items that I tried on the previous day and wanted to purchase. I also found some goodies for one of my best friend’s bundle of joy. Check out my finds – I can’t wait to wear them and share how I style them with y’all!
My thrifting game is leveling up, y’all, and I’m so excited about it. Like I said before, I can’t wait to style these beauties for you. Before the year is over, I’ll be able to show off my friend’s baby in his thrifted finds, too. Stay tuned, y’all!
xoxo dolls & dudes,
Neutral tones are part of the evolving Spring 2015 trend scene, so I had to try my hand at finding beautiful, fashionable neutral pieces at a thrift store – and on a dead line. Read More →
Spring is finally here and there are several items in our closets that we just kind of don’t want anymore. I have already paid Goodwill a visit and dropped off the most random box ever (clothes, picture frames, flags…. random). There were some things that I kind of didn’t want anymore, but I kind of didn’t want to get rid of. To this dilemma I say, “DIY!” Read More →
Whole Foods Market recently hosted it’s inaugural Beauty Week (March 20-22, 2015), in which they highlighted their growing Whole Body section of skin care and beauty products. My favorite part of the week was the #HelloBeauty bag filled with sample sizes of natural skin care and makeup products. Read More →
I have a garden, y’all!! Now, despite the history of my family – my Papa and Daddy were/are avid farmers and lovers of tractors – I am in no way a grower of things. I plan to change that, though. I’ve tried my hand at not killing plants before, but I hope to approach this with a more positive outlook from the start this time. I want to help these babies grow, and most importantly, I want to eat them. I can’t do that if they wilt away and die. Therefore, I am sharing the journey with you all! Read More →