Raquel wanted a more minimal lifestyle and to be mindful about what she purchased. She wanted ethically-made products, not fast fashion. This is Raquel’s story of creating a capsule wardrobe.
The Patricia cardigan is named in Pat’s honour as she’s the one who inspired me to branch out into curvy sizes. Now meet the woman behind the cardigan.
Last year was a fashion show. But, it’s 2020 so that means the Fun, Friends + Fashion is a garden party this year.
The mornings and evenings are cooler but the days are still warm and sunny. We’re in that in-between phase. So, how do you transition your wardrobe into fall?
What do you think of when you see a sunflower…sunshine, summer, happiness? Ellen Nadarajah eloquently writes about the symbolism she sees in sunflowers facing eastward.
107 days straight of School of Rock photos. It was a thing during quarantine and now it’s winding down. What a run though!
Tracy went from a downtown office to a home office, and now she wants to toss out her tailored suits and high heels.
Covid-19 has reinforced Claire’s philosophies as a consumer. One of her long-standing approaches to what she buys, whether clothing, household items or even food, is to choose quality over quantity.
It all began 4 months ago when the Coronavirus rained down on us. I opened up a virtual coffee shop online. I thought it would be a temporary solution.
Do you wear dresses? My gut instinct is telling me not right now because you’re working from home and you’re not going out.