My very smart and clever friend Dacy shared this on her Instagram page a few days ago. It’s a piece by Arianna Huffington championing for women to stop worrying so much about repeating outfits. Huffington contends that we are wasting valuable time/energy/money when we spend hours deciding what to wear. She also decries 5 inch heels as the “power shoe” of women. I have been waiting for someone to say that for a very long time. Men, at their professionally-dressed best, wouldn’t dream about tottering around on toothpick heels, and a woman shouldn’t feel like she has to put herself on that perch to feel professional. (Though if she likes them, more power to her.) But my favorite part about this article is the way Huffington showcases through collage after collage her shameless outfit repeats. And she is not repeating your basic black dress, but instead, intricate and beautiful designs. A great inspiration to be an unrepentant outfit repeater!
It’s no secret that I’m a clog-lover. This is probably the most comprehensive review I’ve read on all things clog. If you’re in the market, no doubt you will find this immensely helpful!
5 Ways Shopping Ethically Can Improve Your Style – Yes! I have found these to be so true for me, particularly #2 and #3.
Want to make one decision that could have a huge impact on how sustainable your wardrobe is? Perhaps setting a minimum price for what you pay for clothing (as in one high enough to make you feel the pinch of spending your money) could shift the entire course of your closet. One fashion reporter did just that and it changed everything for him.
A little S+S throwback. I wrote this post two years ago, and I’ll be referencing it again this week, when I’m coming out of my turkey coma: 9 Things To Do After Dinner on Thanksgiving (Besides Shop)