Sustainable Outfit Of The Week Doing a closet detox is a good way of realizing how much clothes we have, how many of them we like and how many of them we simply don't wear. One of my friends was detoxing her closet and she found a light blue tutu skirt that she only wore… Continue reading Tutu Outfit Ideas
Impulsive shopping. We all have been guilty of this. The marketing and social media worlds are really good for making us feel that we 'need' new clothes every week. We feel pressure to be on trend and with the fast fashion at its peak, it's getting easy to buy a lot of clothes for little… Continue reading Questions To Ask Yourself Before Buying New Clothes
We are surrounded by fabrics. The clothes we wear, the sheets we sleep with, the upholstery on our furniture, the rug we walk on. We can't avoid them. Before the invention of polyester in 1941, most used fabrics were of natural origin. Wool, cashmere, silk, linen, hemp, and cotton. If you start reading the fabric… Continue reading Cotton VS Polyester
Black is my all-time favorite color. In psycology, the color black is linked to power. It’s an intimidating color and indicates strength and discipline. Black doesn’t usually express emotions, rather, it conceals them, giving the person in black an air of superiority. The color black is also considered to be elegant and chic. A black… Continue reading How To Wear All-black Outfits
The project 333 is the minimalist fashion challenge that invites you to create, and live with a wardrobe of 33 items or less for 3 months. I started to do this challenge three weeks ago. If you missed my first update, check it first here. This is how my second week looked like: Learning points:… Continue reading PROJECT 333: DID I CHEAT?
The project 333 is the minimalist fashion challenge that invites you to create, and live with a wardrobe of 33 items or less for 3 months. One week ago I started it and this is how my week looked like: Friday 2nd of June Saturday 3rd of June Sunday 4th of June… Continue reading MY FIRST WEEK HAVING A MINIMALIST WARDROBE