Whether you’re a lover of dainty jewelry pieces or loud, statement ones, you’re going to love these 2 ethical jewelry brands featured in this post. Their collections of earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and rings make great wedding, birthday, and bridesmaids gifts for the conscious jewelry lover in your life!Read More
Rothy’s, a sustainable shoe brand based in San Francisco, seemed to have gone viral overnight. As of May 2019, I see women outside left and right wearing #rothysinthewild, almost daily now. They certainly have a unique product line - sustainably-made, moisture-wicking, machine-washable woven flats and shoes that are made out of recycled plastic bottles. But is it worth all the hype? Based on a personal need for a new pair of pointed black flats, I jumped on the Rothy’s wagon and gave them a try, and am now here with an honest review of their pointed toe flats. I’m hoping this review will be helpful in deciding whether or not Rothy’s is right for you. If you already own a pair, I also share a few of my current favorites, as well as pro-tips on washing and caring for your Rothy’s!
If you’re already considering a pair and want to jump straight to the $20 discount, you can take advantage of my referral link here, or click the button below for $20 off your first pair.Read More
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! Whether you’re single or in a relationship, going out for a date night or going out with your girlfriends, it’s a great opportunity to get dressed up! I put together a conscious style guide for the upcoming holiday.
WHAT I'M WEARING
Note: A * next to the brand name indicates that it is a conscious brand.
Top/Bottom: *Reformation Cote Dress | Chrissy Tiegen x Revolve Muse Duster
Shoes: *Reformation Romy Wedge Espadrille
Accessories: *Les Lunes Beret (c/o of Les Lunes!) | Goodnight Macaroon Crossbody Bag
Today I’m doing a review on True & Co, a lingerie brand that provides personalized results for your best fit!
True & Co claims to make better bras and lingerie that are inspired by feedback from women all over the world. As of 2018, they’ve collected 6 years worth of data from 7 million women and have a collection of over 400K reviews and comments about their bras and fits. True & Co recently contacted me to try a few pieces from their collection. A couple of my friends who’ve tried True & Co’s bras have told me that the pieces are pretty comfortable, so I decided to try them out for myself and share my review with you here!Read More