Visiting Waco, TX Our trip to Waco, TX was so amazing! You gotta click over to read about it and see all of the pictures. We stayed in The Morrow House (check that post out, too), and we were able to go explore the city and take a LOT of photos for our blogs. The weather was really nice for early . . .
Black Panther, the Marvel & Disney movie, has been in theaters for less than one week and I have already seen it twice. Each time I viewed it, I wore clothing with prints to mimic traditional African garb for cosplay and to just look cute. My first outfit's top is a piece by modern African . . .
Josh, Greyson, and I took fall family photos with a local McKinney, Texas photographer, Christina White, this past fall. I absolutely LOVE how they turned out! We all wore a mix of thrifted & eco-friendly clothes with our typical fast fashion stuff that we've held onto for a while. Christina . . .
Outfit Remix You've seen everything that I'm wearing before. Wearing the clothes in your closet more than once is no longer taboo. The new trend is to maximize the use of as few clothes as possible. Capsule closets and 10 x 10 challenges can be seen on blogs everywhere. To be able to do minimize . . .
Hemp is Good Wanna know why? When hemp is planted, harvested, and produced right, it is super eco-friendly. It takes a significantly less harmful toll on the earth compared to some of our top favorite fabrics, such as cotton. Cotton uses 95% MORE PESTICIDES, 50% MORE WATER, and yields only 1/4 of . . .
Disclaimer: I was given products by Laura Zabo in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Fast Fashion Just like fast fashion, cheap jewelry and accessories that we purchase and forget about have become extremely problematic. Many of the jewelry pieces sold in fast fashion . . .
This post is sponsored by prAna. I received the Annexi Pant and Liana Sweater in exchange for a review. All opinions are my own. I love thrift shopping and thrift style. I believe that buying second-hand clothes has less of a negative impact on the earth than constantly buying new clothes . . .