20 Days of Sustainable Living Tips This series is designed to showcase small, actionable steps that anyone can take in order to make your lifestyle more sustainable. It doesn’t matter what level of sustainable living you are already on. These tips are intended to help you more easily navigate . . .
If you were in Dallas and "in the know" last year, you will recall that the inaugural Dîner en Blanc (pronounced "dee-nay in blanc" /// "di.ne ən blaŋk") Dallas 2015 was the event that you HAD to attend. If you're like me, you missed it, and immediately regretted it! Let's not all get down about . . .
A while back on instagram I saw this sustainability graphic, which has been deemed a "bastardization of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs in the name of conscious consumerism" by its creator, Sarah L. It inspired me to want to share the message since I try to live by it already and I want to incorporate . . .
The mauve sack dress with 3/4 sleeves is thrifted, the gold filigree frame necklace is thrifted (and for sale here now), the shoes were found on sale for $5 at Charming Charlie a few years ago. This classy ensemble altogether totaled less than $15. Moral of the story: go thrifting! . . .
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. . . .
Today, I give you the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, also known as the Gateway to the West, and also known simply as the Gateway Arch. I visited it a few years ago (2009) as an interior design major. See my pics below. Until next time, Ci Vediamo!!! xoxo, dolls & dudes . . .
Hello out there! I hope you have been making the most of every day in this new year! Old World New Girl has had an exciting past 11 month of blog life, and there are major plans in the works for making the upcoming year just as awesome! In February 2012, this blog was started just as a class . . .