OG Female Style Icons

  The 1960s and 70s saw the emergence of the modern style era. Therefore, many of the original fashion icons come from these two decades. With street style blogs and paparazzi photos, it’s easy to get style inspiration for modern day fashion gurus and celebrity trendsetters but many of their looks, especially today, were influenced by past generations. The leading women were the models, musicians, … Continue reading OG Female Style Icons

Thrifting tips and tricks

After shopping mainly second-hand for many years now I can honestly say thrifting is a lifestyle and an art. Most of my all-time favorite items of clothing were bought used and there is nothing more rewarding than finding a diamond in the rough that is Goodwill. It can also spur development of personal style and outfit creativity that can’t be found by shopping at fast … Continue reading Thrifting tips and tricks

Women’s March New Orleans

Yesterday feminists everywhere celebrated the one-year anniversary of the Women’s March. Women and men all across America walked together in protest of inequality and sexism in our country, we’re speaking to you Trump administration. Today I learned that this movement began when one woman, disheartened by Trump’s election, created a Facebook event inviting friends to march on Washington in protest. The event went viral and … Continue reading Women’s March New Orleans

Sustainable Fashion

Many of my future blog posts and topics of discussion will center around environmentalism and actions that can help lessen your ecological footprint. A main area of interest for me is sustainable fashion and ethical clothing production. I first realized the gravity of the fast fashion phenomenon after watching The True Cost on Netflix where they discuss the terrible economic, environmental and health consequences of … Continue reading Sustainable Fashion