We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: fashion rules are meant to be broken! As September rolls around we’re particularly excited to throw out the antiquated “no white after Labor Day” fashion law. Why has it been a rule anyway?
Although kids are going back to school and college will begin full force within the next months, there is still time to soak up the sun! Considering we are based in Southern California, we’ll be rocking warm weather styles until October at least. Whether you’ve gone on a million adventures or stayed home this summer, we’ve rounded up 3 activities for you and your friends to enjoy.
It’s funny that I’m here writing advice about summer dressing because I consider myself basically a vampire who lives in Los Angeles. Although I’m not queen of this sunny season, I have learned some great ways to stay cool and stylish during the heat! Summer dressing tips can be broken down into three categories: wearing the right styles, wearing the right fabrics, and wearing the right colors.
Although the sustainable fashion movement is still growing, there are many wonderful people to take inspiration from right now! Find your personal style by following these 10 eco fashion bloggers. Each has their own take on conscious style and are great resources to use on your own sustainable wardrobe journey. Not to mention, more than one of these beauties are Swap Society lovers!
Independence Day is just around the corner and you know what that means, right? It’s time to plan your killer Fourth of July outfit! There tends to be two different types of celebrators; the ones that go all out, and the ones that roll their eyes. I seem to fall closer to the “all out” camp. I love getting dressed up, having a theme to work around, and spending time with friends in family. Oh, and I love food. However, the abundance of plastic accessories purchased around the Fourth of July often makes me want to boycott the entire thing. Let’s find a happy medium and discover a way to have a fun and conscious holiday. Below are festive pieces that can be worn with other eligible swaps or garments in your own closet. Who needs to go to the store anymore?