So after all the fun info I’ve presented you, I thought I’d give you a few products to help you on the journey to making your clothes last longer.
There are a few thing about clothing I’ve learned over the years. Number 1: Quality trumps quantity. Number 2: Expensive doesn’t always mean quality. Number 3: Name brands aren’t always what they say they are. This being said I’ve found ways to make even my cheapest clothing last me for years. Here are a few hacks I’ve learned over the years with…
I know in Part 1 I said that you just shouldn’t wash your clothes, but if you’re not down with that (like I’m not down with that), here are some things to remember to keep your clothes looking good.
If you’re like me, you’re not quite ready to get rid of all your clothes. I haven’t fully embraced the idea of minimalism, because well, my clothes do make me happy. That being said not all of them were quality purchases. Since I am buying less, I want to be able to keep the clothing I have as long as…
I’ve been doing pretty good at this whole purchasing ethically thing. I’m starting to think harder about my purchases and where I buy from, in general. Naturally, a good thing doesn’t last forever, and I’ve already run into a major problem.
It’s been a crazy few weeks and my posts haven’t been the quality I want them to be. Apologies. That being said, I want to share this incredibly crazy journey that I’ve been on.
Apparently I don’t need EVERYTHING I see.
Poshmark is changing people and not all for the better *insert disdain for rising shipping costs* but here’s why it’s still a fairly decent platform.
Don’t get me wrong, Forever 21 has been good to me. The problem is I’m not so sure it’s been great to others, and there seems to be no change on the horizon.
Anybody like me wondering, WHAT IN THE WORLD DOES THAT MEAN!?!