7 January 2020 On this blog, we speak about our ‘journey’ with style and fashion. I’m not sure when it happened exactly, but from the start of documenting this journey, I have been aware of a shift in my style. I must admit, I do really feel more and more comfortable in the clothes IContinue reading “When did I start wearing black?”
When choosing to wear a collarless shirt, these are some of the ‘rules’ I impose on myself. They are not necessarily the ‘fashion tips of the century’ (or should I say decade), but they are some tips that have helped me not look too fussy with this look.
Our mission this year with MSJ, is to have a more sustainable closet by the end of the year, than what we do now. One way to do that, is to find more ways to wear one item. Matilda shared in her recent post about her process in deciding whether she was going to bring in a pair of black trousers into her wardrobe. She wanted a few different ways to wear them, so that got me thinking.
Last month, whilst planning for the month of November, we decided it would be fun to do +mypartnerdressesmechallenge on Instagram. We put it out on the Gram and for a very small brand, Matilda and I were quite honoured and thrilled at the response. In the end, we were ten ladies participating.
I know. I know. Belinda already did a post about the 10×10 challenge, but I also wanted to write about what my experience was like. It is day nine of the challenge as I am writing this.
At the beginning of September, as part of our journey into more conscious shopping, Matilda and I decided to join Oxfam in the pledge of “Not buying New in September.” As part of this awareness journey, we made a decision to give the 10X10 challenge a try.
Each day this past week, has presented it’s challenges in our household, but when things tend to falter around me, the one thing that I don’t want to think about, is my outfit for the day.
Because of our daily Instagram posts, Matilda and I used to both do a type of styling photo every single day…