This post was written for Fashion Journal. Environmentally-friendly household alternatives to shop from the comfort of your couch. Call me lazy or fickle, but I love online shopping; there is no denying its magic spark. Even the most boring of purchases become exciting when a package is left on your doorstep. You might know what’s… Continue reading 5 Easy Ways to Make Your Home Earth-Friendly
This post was written for Fashion Journal. Do we all just want to be kids again? Fashion is often referred to as a cycle: from the lifecycle of a garments life in the sustainability conversation to the revival of trends. There’s a new cycle on the horizon, though – one where we rewind our wardrobes… Continue reading We Unpack Why Adults Are Trying to Dress Like Children
This post was written for Fashion Journal. Maybe we need to take a step back and adjust the way we consume. No matter how much I read, or how many podcasts I listen to, sustainable fashion doesn’t become clearer. What makes a label sustainable? How many “sustainable” decisions do brands have to make before they… Continue reading Is Circular Fashion The Real Deal?
This post was written for Fashion Journal. Clean conscience. Let’s get this straight: dry cleaning is not the water-saving, earth-positive washing method some of us have been led to believe. Very naively, I had long thought dry cleaning was a good thing. Not only would it make me feel like a responsible grown-up (who actually… Continue reading It’s Time to Talk About Dry Cleaning’s Dirty Little Secret
This post was written for Fashion Journal. Strewth. Dear friends, the countdown is finally over. The much-anticipated arrival of Nick ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins and his quest to find love has hit our screens. I hope you all celebrated in true Bachelor fashion: cardboard cut-outs (of Nick and Osh, duh), copious amounts of champagne and/or wine, and an… Continue reading Honest Thoughts about ‘The Bachelor’ Two Episodes In
This post was written for Fashion Journal. Let’s learn a thing or two from the made-to-order model. It’s no secret the world of haute couture is elusive, aloof, and exists only to serve those in the upper echelons. Couture garments are made for people with millions to spare (and a sprawling walk-in-wardrobe, no doubt). While… Continue reading Could Couture be the Most Sustainable Form of Fashion?
This post was originally written for Fashion Journal. Wellness 101. We look to the French for covetable style cues and North Americans for guilty TV pleasures. And the Scandinavians? They are, or very well should be, our lifestyle gurus. Hygge was one of the first Scandi concepts to take the world by storm. We embraced… Continue reading These are the Scandi Trends You Should be Embracing for a Happier Life