Buy less, choose well, make it last. This was a simple statement made by Vivienne Westwood - not in an effort to promote her fashion line, but to promote the agenda of the climate revolution. It really is my philosophy, and for a similar reason. . . .
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. . . .
You know that time of year in Texas (and other states with crazy weather) where it was winter last night, spring this morning, summer time this afternoon and heading into fall this evening? Well, it is upon us, and my body can't decide whether to shiver or to sweat. Quite frankly, it's confusing . . .
I have this problem where I don't like to throw my clothes away... I keep them because "maybe I'll wear it another day?!" Is that really a problem, though? Naaah! I also like to style my clothes in several different ways to achieve many looks from them. Sometimes I even tweak . . .
Thrifting is still a thing, y'all. One of my thrifting rules is to step outside of your comfort zone by searching different departments for patterned fabrics and playing with the patterns to create an outfit of your own. In my pattern search I have come across some crazy wicked shirts, . . .
I'm excited to share a post with you this week from a blogger whose work I absolutely adore! Meet Madaline from Pretty Thing & Co. Besides the love of blogging and pretty & old things, our love for Italy unites us. She lives there now, and is an avid blogger. I'm so glad that somehow we . . .
Did you know that thrifting can take you all over the world? This shirt's fabric is from Germany, while the actual shirt was assembled in Mexico. 100% Rayon, because who doesn't love fake cotton? That 100% Polyester mustard colored skirt? Vintage + 'Merica, baby! My thrift finds . . .