My midwinter slow fashion initiative is to shop my closet and wear all my winter clothes before spring. Especially my coats. Especially my old coats.
I’ve always been a cat person. When I met my husband, that fact that he had two cats pleased me no end. Love me, love my cats. No problem.
Inspired by my favourite Youtube channels, I’m playing with jewellery this week. Rummaging through my collection and trying to wear what I own.
This year, because we both have colds, we said “bah humbug” to Valentine’s Day. But such was not always the case, my friends.
I’ve spent way too much time on the couch this winter, with one cold or another. I needed some fashion inspiration to finally get me off the couch and back in action.
I am currently too under the weather to write a post today, my friends. My cold has returned, with the added benefit of a killer sinus infection. Hopefully the antibiotic the doctor gave me on Wednesday will clear that up. …
This week, I’m learning all about “investing” in myself and being open to the richness of life. And it’s something I’ve been doing for years. Who knew?
For someone who loves clothes and make-up, and who stresses over my hair, I’m strangely not worried about being ski chic, or not.
The winter I was fifteen I learned some important lessons on the ski hill. And not all of them were about skiing.
I love cashmere sweaters with whatever. With jeans and boots or skirts, tweed jackets or down coats. But it has to be good quality cashmere.
We’re planning for travel this winter. Not actually travelling, but reading and researching and dreaming of our next big trip.
In between being a poor student, an underpaid young teacher, and an aspiring ethical shopper, I had a few indulgent years. The years when I had enough money to buy what I wanted. And did.
I’ve been sick this past week with a killer cold. Thank god for reading in bed, is all I can say.
I’m taking wardrobe inventory this week. Looking at what I bought in 2019, and assessing how I’m doing in my efforts to be a more ethical shopper.
Wishing you a fabulous Christmas and all the wonderful black and white Christmas movies you can stand. Everyone knows the old movies are the best.
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