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My Favourite Fall Capsule Items

https://youtu.be/juO04jJuZxg I’m not typically one for capsule wardrobes, but I love the idea of choosing your key items per season and building outfits around them. I guess that sounds a lot like a capsule wardrobe but to me there is more flexibility in this practice, especially if you have a larger closet and want to increase the rotation of certain pieces over different seasons. The idea for this came from Mademoiselle Jamie, who did a

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5 Multi-Tasking Slow Fashion Picks for Fall

First of all, I would like to preface this post by congratulating myself on not including jeans in a “top slow fashion picks for fall post”. I mean, wow. Is it even possible to have a top fall items roundup without a denim component? I will let you be the judge after reading this post.  Although fall always feels like a fresh start for fashion, it is a fashion season that, I feel, leans heavily

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Sustainable Clothing Options for Men

I recently participated in a public interview for a virtual zero waste conference and thought I was ready for audience questions when one had me stumped. Where can men shop for sustainable clothing?  Things are changing now, but for a while the conversation around slow fashion and sustainable style left a lot of people out; Black people, people of colour, the LGBTQ community, people of different abilities and sizes, and I think we can add

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Goodbye Summer

It’s well and truly over. I wish I was referring to 2020 and the messed up state of the world, but no – I’m talking about my favourite season: summer. Even when you’re in it, summer feels a bit nostalgic. Before I started spending summers traveling in Europe with my mom (I’ve been lucky enough to do this for the past 5 years – you can check out one of my travel vlogs here, or my

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BIPOC businesses in Canada, indigenous owned business, indigenous owned jewelry business, indigenous beauty businesses, indigenous owned makeup brand, indigenous owned skincare

Three Canadian Indigenous Owned Brands To Discover

I recently read that natural habitats grow and thrive more when under Indigenous stewardship. This seems like such an obvious statement after writing it, but if it’s so obvious, why aren’t indigenous voices a bigger part of the conversation around sustainability?  For this month’s amplification of BIPOC voices, I’ve chosen three indigenous owned and operated businesses that I’ve recently discovered. Cheekbone Beauty Find her @cheekbonebeauty on Instagram Find them at cheekbonebeauty.ca I am SO excited

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Thank You! 100K Celebration

I debated posting about my little celebration the other day. In the giant ocean that is the Internet, 100K subscribers on a Youtube Channel is the tiniest of drops in the tiniest of buckets. But after reflecting, the reason I felt so compelled to celebrate 100K subscribers was to share my thanks with everyone who has ever liked, commented, shared, or watched any of my videos. I truly believe the channel and this community belongs

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Why I Love Cuyana’s Holistic Approach to Sustainability & My NEW Bag

I’m not really a bag lady, I’m more of a shoe person. But I still appreciate a beautifully designed and chic handbag. I find that because I don’t get too excited about handbags, it takes me a very long time to find one I like and I am extra particular in what I add to my handbag collection. For me, a handbag is primarily for function, but I want it to look good, work with

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5 Styling Hacks That Have Changed My Summer Wardrobe

I will be completely honest: chic summer outfits are not my forte. I’ve wanted to elevate my summer wardrobe game for a long time now but living 80% of my life in frigid tundra-like conditions makes it difficult. There is so little time to practice! But I’m happy to say that over the years, I’ve recently started to develop some fail-proof styling tips that have changed my summer wardrobe choices for the better, and none

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5 BIPOC Sustainable Style Bloggers to Follow

If you read my newsletter, you are familiar with my fan-girling over Aja Barber, the fiery writer  and blogger who drops sustainable style knowledge and truth bombs on the regular. I’ve been following Aja for a while, and for a long while, she was one of the only Black sustainable style influencers I followed. Since the BLM movement in June, I discovered so many incredible Black sustainable style bloggers, and as part of my efforts

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3 Black-Owned Vintage Businesses for Your Next Secondhand Shopping

There are so many lists of Black-owned businesses and creators since the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement earlier this month. Does the internet need another list? Probably not. But (perhaps selfishly), I am sharing 3 Black-owned vintage shops for your next secondhand purchase. As someone who wants to self-educate and expand my consumption beyond white creators, I am using these bi-weekly curations for myself too. This week, I want to share three Black

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My Favourite Fall Capsule Items

https://youtu.be/juO04jJuZxg I’m not typically one for capsule wardrobes, but I love the idea of choosing your key items per season and building outfits around them. I guess that sounds a lot like a capsule wardrobe but to me there is more flexibility in this practice, especially if you have a larger closet and want to increase the rotation of certain pieces over different seasons. The idea for this came from Mademoiselle Jamie, who did a

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Fall outfit ideas, ethical fall fashion, ethically made fall fashion, shop your closet for fall fashion, fall fashion ideas from your closet, fall fashion ideas already in your closet, how to shop your closet for fall Ethical fashion, slow fashion, ethical fashion blogger, ethical fashion youtuber, slow fashion blogger, slow fashion youtuber, canadian slow fashion blog, canadian slow fashion youtube, how to shop your closet, shop your closet, shop your wardrobe, conscious consumption, conscious consumerism, sustainable fashion, sustainable fashion blogger, canadian sustainable fashion, canadian sustainable fashion youtube, use less, how to use less, use what you have, how to use what you have, sustainable style, buy less choose well

5 Multi-Tasking Slow Fashion Picks for Fall

First of all, I would like to preface this post by congratulating myself on not including jeans in a “top slow fashion picks for fall post”. I mean, wow. Is it even possible to have a top fall items roundup without a denim component? I will let you be the judge after reading this post.  Although fall always feels like a fresh start for fashion, it is a fashion season that, I feel, leans heavily

Keep Reading
Sustainable clothing, sustainable fashion, sustainable clothing for men, sustainable fashion for men, slow fashion, slow fashion blogger, slow fashion youtuber, canadian slow fashion, secondhand clothing for men, depop, conscious fashion, conscious fashion for men, ethical clothing, ethical clothing for men,

Sustainable Clothing Options for Men

I recently participated in a public interview for a virtual zero waste conference and thought I was ready for audience questions when one had me stumped. Where can men shop for sustainable clothing?  Things are changing now, but for a while the conversation around slow fashion and sustainable style left a lot of people out; Black people, people of colour, the LGBTQ community, people of different abilities and sizes, and I think we can add

Keep Reading
slow fashion, slow fashion blog, slow fashion youtube, sustainable swimsuit, sustainable swimwear, ethically made swimwear, australian swimwear, australian bathing suit, ethically made black bikini, sustainable black bikini,

Goodbye Summer

It’s well and truly over. I wish I was referring to 2020 and the messed up state of the world, but no – I’m talking about my favourite season: summer. Even when you’re in it, summer feels a bit nostalgic. Before I started spending summers traveling in Europe with my mom (I’ve been lucky enough to do this for the past 5 years – you can check out one of my travel vlogs here, or my

Keep Reading
BIPOC businesses in Canada, indigenous owned business, indigenous owned jewelry business, indigenous beauty businesses, indigenous owned makeup brand, indigenous owned skincare

Three Canadian Indigenous Owned Brands To Discover

I recently read that natural habitats grow and thrive more when under Indigenous stewardship. This seems like such an obvious statement after writing it, but if it’s so obvious, why aren’t indigenous voices a bigger part of the conversation around sustainability?  For this month’s amplification of BIPOC voices, I’ve chosen three indigenous owned and operated businesses that I’ve recently discovered. Cheekbone Beauty Find her @cheekbonebeauty on Instagram Find them at cheekbonebeauty.ca I am SO excited

Keep Reading
slow fashion blogger, slow fashion youtube, sustainable style blog, sustainable fashion blog, canadian sustainable fashion blog, canadian sustainable style blog, how to shop less,

Thank You! 100K Celebration

I debated posting about my little celebration the other day. In the giant ocean that is the Internet, 100K subscribers on a Youtube Channel is the tiniest of drops in the tiniest of buckets. But after reflecting, the reason I felt so compelled to celebrate 100K subscribers was to share my thanks with everyone who has ever liked, commented, shared, or watched any of my videos. I truly believe the channel and this community belongs

Keep Reading
canadian slow fashion blogger, Canadian sustainable fashion blogger, canadian sustainable style blogger, capsule closet, capsule wardrobe, Cuyana's Sustainability Pledge, ethical fashion, ethically made bag, ethically made purse, is Cuyana sustainable?, slow fashion, slow fashion blogger, sustainable fashion, sustainable style, sustainably made purse, sustainbly made bag

Why I Love Cuyana’s Holistic Approach to Sustainability & My NEW Bag

I’m not really a bag lady, I’m more of a shoe person. But I still appreciate a beautifully designed and chic handbag. I find that because I don’t get too excited about handbags, it takes me a very long time to find one I like and I am extra particular in what I add to my handbag collection. For me, a handbag is primarily for function, but I want it to look good, work with

Keep Reading

5 Styling Hacks That Have Changed My Summer Wardrobe

I will be completely honest: chic summer outfits are not my forte. I’ve wanted to elevate my summer wardrobe game for a long time now but living 80% of my life in frigid tundra-like conditions makes it difficult. There is so little time to practice! But I’m happy to say that over the years, I’ve recently started to develop some fail-proof styling tips that have changed my summer wardrobe choices for the better, and none

Keep Reading

5 BIPOC Sustainable Style Bloggers to Follow

If you read my newsletter, you are familiar with my fan-girling over Aja Barber, the fiery writer  and blogger who drops sustainable style knowledge and truth bombs on the regular. I’ve been following Aja for a while, and for a long while, she was one of the only Black sustainable style influencers I followed. Since the BLM movement in June, I discovered so many incredible Black sustainable style bloggers, and as part of my efforts

Keep Reading

3 Black-Owned Vintage Businesses for Your Next Secondhand Shopping

There are so many lists of Black-owned businesses and creators since the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement earlier this month. Does the internet need another list? Probably not. But (perhaps selfishly), I am sharing 3 Black-owned vintage shops for your next secondhand purchase. As someone who wants to self-educate and expand my consumption beyond white creators, I am using these bi-weekly curations for myself too. This week, I want to share three Black

Keep Reading