Goodbye Summer

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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 […]

Three Canadian Indigenous Owned Brands To Discover

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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 […]

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

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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Ethical Independent Businesses I’m Rooting For During the Global Pandemic

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photo: I’m sure I’m not the only one grappling with the conundrum of wanting to support local and independent businesses while also maintaining my low consumption values. Am I alone in this? I hope not. I also hope that no matter where you are in the world, and no matter how you are experiencing […]

How to Dress Like an Italian: A Guide to Italian Style

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Style Secrets to Steal From Italian Women There is no question; Italian women are among the most stylish in the world. In this week’s video, I break down some key style secrets to steal from Italian women, and how to dress like an Italian woman. While a lot of their flair for style is innate, […]

12 Capsule Wardrobe Essentials For Effortless Style

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The 12 Basics You Need To Build a Capsule Wardrobe Capsule wardrobes are so hot right now, yes? Have you tried one? Perhaps you’ve been thinking about it but have yet to pull the trigger. If so, before you start let me give you a hint: if you want to try a capsule wardrobe method, […]

Ethically Made Footwear With Poppy Barley

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It really doesn’t feel like Spring where I am. We have yet to hit double digits and there’s snow in the forecast for today. But style and fashion must go on; we can still look good even though the weather doesn’t want us to right? Enter ethical footwear maker Poppy Barley’s annual popup in collaboration […]