5 Summer Ready Sustainable Interview Outfits

Interviews…. so exciting, so nerve wracking. The last thing you want to think about is what to wear. I’ve put together 5 different style interview outfits for a range of different job interviews that might come up. From corporate, to casual these are my picks- Laulhere Beret You’ve seen this before! In 7 Sustainable Berets…

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9 Types of Sustainable Pants to Wear this Spring

Pants! Women worked so hard to be accepted wearing them we might as well celebrate them. This post is all about the different styles of pants you should look out for this spring, how to style them, and most importantly where to get them sustainably. Wide-leg  The first style of pant we are dressing is…

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5 Ways to Wear Sustainable Spring Florals

It’s spring! Flowers blossom! Miranda Priestly would be staring me down in the obviousness of it all if she could. To switch up the spring/flower/pretty motif I tried to focus on extremes. Looks that don’t necessarily need the flowers or looks that are so full of flowers you might as well have sprouted out of…

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6 Sustainable Pastel Looks to Wear this Easter Sunday

Dress codes for Easter can be far and wide. From your upgraded Sunday best to a light afternoon gathering, Easter encompasses most formal spring events into one day.  I have always associated the holiday with spring barbecues, frilly dresses from my childhood, and obviously church. The color scheme is often lovely Spring pastels that would…

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6 Pairs of Sustainable Shorts to Invest in this Spring

Spring has officially sprung, and warm weather will be on the way. That means sustainable spring clothes, obviously.  I’ve done florals, and dresses, so I’m moving down the line to shorts. Below are 6 pairs of shorts, with complimenting outfits that span all different occasions, from work to the beach, and formal to casual, and…

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Capsule Wardrobe: Feminine

Every style type can have multiple pairings of outfits from the feminine to the flamboyant. Feminine style for me is all about what I would I guess call stereotypical. Light colors (you know I mean pink), laces and ruffles, delicate accessories, and an emphasis on the waist. As a proud “why the hell is delicate…

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