Flares have recently been on my radar and after searching high and low for a pair that spoke to my style I found some from one of my favorite labels, Maurie & Eve. This pair has a few features I articularly like: the high-low rise of the legs, the high waist, the thick knit material, and the lovely light stone grey color. For an edgier look I paired my flares with a side tie top from Trois and lace-up sandals (vegan, of course!) from BC Footwear. I think flares are very chic
I'm on a sustainability kick and turned my attention to my old water filter and pitcher that desperately needed an update. I found Soma while doing some research and fell in love with their ideals. I got their pitcher which is made from BPA-free plastic and the handle is sustainably-harvested white oak entirely made in the USA. The filter has a plant-based (PLA) filter body and charred coconut filling! Amazing right? Also, every time you buy a Soma filter, we donate to charit
Thrive Market has been a useful resource for me lately; they have all my favorite healthy vegan goodies for way less than Whole Foods prices so I don't have to spend a fortune to eat well. I stocked up on my pantry necessities: the vegan egg from Follow Your Heart, Annie's vegan Worcestershire sauce, Lilly's vegan dark chocolate chips, and powdered peanut butter from PB2. All that might sound like a strange grocery list to you but to me it sounds like homemade french toast an
I've always shied away from white shoes and have only recently felt confident enough to invest in white clothes. I'm always so scared I'll sit in some dirt or epically spill on myself while eating and end up looking like I just lost a food fight. Finally, I found a solution to this problem. These sneakers from Native Shoes are not only completely vegan but washable too! Now if I scuff my shoes or take a wrong step into a mud pile I can just rinse them off and I'm good to go.
As I said in the episode, the Indecisive website is a great source for some facts on sustainability in addition to their shop. They have a lot of really important information on the issues facing fashion industry which helps put ethical fashion into easy to digest figures and facts. I love that Indecisive has a commitment to not only making ethical clothes but also to educating consumers so we can all make more informed choices. By reducing waste produced in clothing producti
This past weekend was the 2016 Vegan Street Fair in North Hollywood. I look forward to this event every year and this year it was bigger and better than ever! With food trucks, vendors from all over, music, clothing retailers, and more, it was an epic morning/afternoon well spent. I dove into my street fair experience with the Buffalo and Cheesesteak burritos from the Nom Eats Vegan Food Truck and I can honestly say that I'll be dreaming of these for a long, long time. So per
I was recently introduced to Karma Trik and after getting aquainted with their ideals, I'm a huge fan. Karma Trik is a single piece of fabric that can be turned into fifteen different looks. It's made for people that need multiple outfit options at their disposal for any occasion. This piece will easily take you from yoga to work and then out for cocktails with just a few quick adjustments. Check out their YouTube channel for the low down on all the outfit options available.
I admit that I never really got on board with the high waisted, long, slouchy short trend. However, I recently found this pair from The Fifth Label and realized I've been missing out on this amazingness! These loose fitting white shorts with a paper bag-esque tie waist and cuffed bottoms are perfection. They're endlessly comfortable and super chic. Here I paired mine with a simple black t-shirt and lace up (vegan) flats from Nordstrom for a casual look but I love pairing my s
Minimal menswear inspired looks for Spring are buzzing around in my brain. This look came about from my love for button front shirts and my new found obsession with lace front shoes. I wanted to highlight both in a casual look that feels minimal and and chic so I paired them with my favorite cutoffs from One Teaspoon, a necktie, and a simple skinny black belt from Bhava. The shoes are from BC Footwear and the bag is from Alexandra K (both vegan!) by the way.
I'm actually a pretty big fan of straws. I use them daily to drink dark beverages to minimize teeth staining (plus, they're fun). I've always disliked how wasteful disposable plastic straws are so I opted for glass straws instead. These straws are very handy, zero waste, and easy to clean either with a pipe cleaner or a straw cleaner (which you can purchase online). If you're a straw user, consider going glass! I bought mine here.