ad| I had a problem: I had been searching high and low for a simple pointed toe ankle boot, one with a a great color that I could wear with literally anything, and most importantly, something that offered comfort even with a heel. Solution! @aerosoles came to the rescue and the only thing I regret is not finding these sooner. They are stylish yet timeless. I’ve linked these to my @liketoknow.it and stories and they are on sale today as well. Would make a perfect gift for yourself (🤔😂) or a loved one too. #liketkit http://liketk.it/2HXIo Shop your screenshot of this pic with the LIKEtoKNOW.it shopping app
I am hashtag obsessed.
I have been coveting one of these made in Canada @anupaya fedoras for, like, ever! So when they went 25% off on Black Friday, mama splurged on an early Christmas gift for herself 🤷♀️... #treatyoself amiright!
Now, I’ve found my share of thrifted wool hats over the years, but they NEVER fit me properly, what with this giant Ellenberger noggin and thick curls that don’t play...they just pop right off in protest.
I am far from perfect, but I am trying to be more and more mindful of my clothing and home purchases. I am slowly honing in on my personal style as I craft a capsule wardrobe that is thrifted, local, sustainable, minimal, simple, timeless, and...well, me.
Now, I honestly have no idea if I’m cool enough to pull off a hat of this caliber, but I’m going for it and never want to take it off.
*Notes: this is the Supertramp style in Caramel and I measured my head around 23 1/4 inches so I sized up to the extra large. It feels right. It’s also much lighter than I expected so it won’t give me a headache or give me “hat hair”!
#anupayaqualitygoods #anupayahats #capsulewardrobe #sustainablefashion #canadianmade #fedora #statementpiece #timelessfashion #momstyle #anupaya #thepathlesspath #findyourstyle #canadianmom #homeschoolmom #curlyhairdontcare #newhatwhodis #loveyourselfintowellness
Sharing my first ever VIDEO clothing hack today (SWIPE ➡️) showing how accessories can really change an outfit! Videos aren’t really my thing but I thought this might be helpful so here we are. This is the before and after of adding some easy pieces and adding some of my own flare to the outfit to show how much of a difference a few things can make. I love the mix of super casual jeans with a button up shirt 😍 also please excuse my hair flipping, it just gets in my face so much 😂
Easy ways to spice up an outfit:
♡front tuck the shirt to give yourself a waist.
♡add a belt. I used a thin leopard print one here but you could really use anything with this outfit. ♡cuff your jeans with booties. It breaks up the lines and elongates your legs.
♡add a fun head accessory like a hat, hair scarf, barrette, etc. Jewelry is another good option
♡adding another layer like a jacket would also change this look up and add more detail
♡if it were warmer, I’d roll the sleeves up a bit to give more dimension
Accessories give your outfits LIFE! I’ve said it before and I’ll say it 1000 more times. What are your favorite accessories! Shop this outfit and all others via the link in my profile or in the @liketoknow.it app ❤️ http://liketk.it/2HX6R #liketkit
ADVERT FOR TENCEL™️ – I can’t rave enough about these pants! Well-cut dress pants that are also super soft and comfortable Count me in! I’m so honoured to be collaborating with TENCEL™️! 🌱
During my days working as a fashion designer I recall how well people always spoke about fabrics with TENCEL™️ fibers, especially with sustainability in mind. I think it’s pretty amazing how you can create yarn from this fiber, almost without any waste at all! Here’s 3 great reasons to look for the TENCEL™️ trademark next time you want to make a sustainable purchase:
1. TENCEL™️ fibers provide a less favorable environment for bacterial growth
2. It is so incredibly soft and great for people with sensitive skin⠀
3. It is bio-degradable because it’s of natural origin (sustainable wood)
There’s a lot of ”lyocell” and ”modal” out there, but unless the trademark is included on the care label or the item comes from one of the retailers on the list of the official TENCEL™️ website, you can’t be sure of the origin. So, look for the trademark if you want to be sure you’re making a great, sustainable purchase! 😎
Decorate your holidays in style .🎄 To kick off our five days of deals, we’re offering a *flash sale* of our fave jumpsuits, today only! Score one (or three - we get it) for only $195 with discount code JUMP. Go get ‘em. @killer.killer wears our Finn Jumpsuit in Natural Canvas.
✨✨CAPSULE FESTIVE✨✨ ou
mon cadeau de Noël pour VOUS ! °
J-14 jusqu'à Noël et il est temps de vous remercier d'avoir suivi Dressinguide et de vous offrir mon cadeau !
Cette année était encore une fois bien remplie de chouettes choses, de beaux projets et de collaborations qui m'ont donné énormément d'inspiration pour l'année suivante !😇
J'ai hâte de vous faire découvrir les prochains ateliers, formations et collaborations que je suis en train de vous concocter pour 2020 😀
Pour recevoir mon CADEAU j'espère que vous êtes bien abonnées à la NEWSLETTER Dressinguide sinon faites le vite sur www.dressinguide.be 😉
Cette année j'aimerais vous offrir une CAPSULE avec plein d'idées de tenues festives (13 looks) + les liens actifs afin de les commander facilement ! °
Vous pouvez télécharger la capsule gratuitement après l'inscription à la Newsletter sur www.dressinguide.be👌
Soyez les plus belles et surtout OSEZ vous mettre en valeur ! 💋
It’s getting colder outside 🥶 so I layer natural fibres to feel warm. I’m the type of person that is always cold, so I always try to choose natural fibres for my clothes, which are not only more efficient but also more ecological since they are biodegradable. I’m doing all I can to reduce the use of synthetic fibres, but it’s been nothing but hard. The industry sure makes it difficult and I think that at the end of the day it is in our hands as consumers to make the right choices and change the current situation.
What is your position about this issue
Está cada vez mais frio na rua, por isso, uso e abuso das fibras naturais. Sou muito friorenta pelo que tento sempre que a minha roupa seja feita de fibras naturais, já que além de serem obviamente muito mais eficientes, são também muito mais ecológicas por serem biodegradáveis.
Estou a fazer um esforço consciente para reduzir o uso de materiais sintéticos, mas não tem sido fácil. A indústria da moda encarrega-se de dificultar a tarefa ao insistir na fast-fashion barata (mas que nos está a sair muito cara a nível ambiental). Em último caso, estará sempre nas nossas mãos enquanto consumidores fazer escolhas conscientes e mudar o rumo da situação atual.
Qual é a tua posição acerca deste assunto
#thewhitebookofstyle #trendingnowandforever #outfitoftoday #outfitforthefuture #sustainablelifestyle #consciousfashion #slowfashion #sustainablefashionblogger #responsiblefashion #knitwear #mohairsweater #alpacacoat #capsulewardrobe #woolcoat #responsiblechoiceforthefuture #streetstyleluxe #buylesschoosewellmakeitless
Let's do this, Monday!
Grab our handmade peruvian baby alpaca coat for layering over your workwear before they're all gone via the link in bio!
School is to a student what roots are to a plant. To survive and grow to their fullest potential, students need to have the necessary building blocks in place. But one can argue that the majority of the schools in the world are ill equipped to tackle the challenges of tomorrow.
But the education system is changing. Starting next year, students in Italy will be required to study climate change and sustainability. Schools will dedicate 33 hours per year—almost one hour per school week—to engage in conversations related to our climate crisis.
According to Italy’s education minister Fioramonti, different grades will take different approaches to the new curriculum. Elementary-aged kids will learn using what he called a "fairy-tale model" that connects the environment to stories from different cultures. By middle school, children will learn more technical data. By high school, they will delve into the United Nations' 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Italy will be the first country to adopt a climate change curriculum in public schools."The 21st-century citizen," Fioramonti said, "must be a sustainable citizen."
Photos by Maurizio Brambatti and @qz