With not much else going on at this time, I’m probably not the only person who’s been browsing a lot online. This got me thinking about how my purchasing habits and what I’ve learned about mine.
I love sparkly things and bling. But I don’t have the patience to keep a huge jewelry collection or match my accessories to my outfit everyday. Here’s how I’ve been accessorizing my life with minimum effort.
Life as a makeup lover is a constant debate between “I don’t actually need that!” and “I deserve to treat myself!”
In some ways, it’s good to never grow up! This week, I’ll be sharing some fashion favorites I haven’t talked about much.
It’s time to embrace a new age of responsible consumerism.
Do clothes get stressful sometimes?
Do you have a love-hate relationship with fast fashion? Do you want to make more sustainable purchasing decisions but don’t have a lot to spend?
Ever since I started making my own paycheques, shopping has been my main outlet of stress. (Followed closely by junk food). Since I’ve hit a transitional point in my career, I’ve had to really mind my budget. Here’s how I’ve been getting a grip on stress shopping.
I’ve never been much of an online shopper until just recently. Between work, chores, socializing, and me-time, who has the time to physically go to stores when you’re just a click away? Still, some things I prefer buying in-store, like things that really need to fit. However, I’ll be sharing what I’ve been saving time by buying online lately.
The fashion industry can be a vicious pit of consumerism and lifestyle marketing. But to me, fashion is first and foremost a form of self expression. Somehow, it has become rebellious to be individualistic when the media pushes for conformity. This week, I’m sharing some common traits of fashion rebels.