Color Me Surprised | Abandoning My Uniform for Spring

Color Me Surprised | Abandoning My Uniform for Spring

I'm doing something I never thought I'd do: wearing color. Like, a lot of color. Maybe it's the Spring weather, or maybe it's my own slowly growing confidence in my ability to style an outfit, but over the past several weeks I've been gravitating towards whimsical pieces and leaving my favorite black & white staples [...]

What I Wore | Spring Outfits and Some Honest Thoughts on Everlane Tread

What I Wore | Spring Outfits and Some Honest Thoughts on Everlane Tread

I've been wearing stuff! I've been taking pictures of it! I've been gaining weight so I'm really glad I kept that stretched-out skirt I thought about getting rid of! I also got to try out the new Trainer from Everlane Tread prior to its release this week, so I'd like to share some feelings about [...]

Review: The Versatile Shirt Dress I’m Living In This Spring

Review: The Versatile Shirt Dress I’m Living In This Spring

It's Fashion Revolution Week, which means that consumers of fashion all over the world are asking #WhoMadeMyClothes and demanding more transparency from big brands that historically have disclosed very little. I'm lucky enough to work with a lot of brands that make it a point to be transparent with their customer base, and today, I'm [...]

How I’m Honoring Fashion Revolution Week | #WhoMadeMyClothes

How I’m Honoring Fashion Revolution Week | #WhoMadeMyClothes

Fashion Revolution Week is a humbling reminder amid the Spring launches and the sales and the pretty, shiny things, that the fashion industry still has big issues. On April 24, 2013, the Rana Plaza factory in Bangladesh collapsed, killing 1,134 people. Most of those people were female garment workers. The factory - which was built [...]