THIS MONTH’S FAVES
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It was a rainy day in Los Angeles and it was one of the first times I had a chance to wear my new scarf, compliments of INDIGENOUS. I discovered this eco-fashion, organic and fair trade line just recently and the scarf is so soft, I could almost sleep in it. I’m wearing the Tassle Scarf, which is made in Peru.
We hear the term a lot, but what does Fair Trade really mean? Green gifts are the ultimate opportunity to promote sustainable living and prove that fashion can be as wonderful to the planet as it is to wear. When shopping holiday, it’s important to think that maybe your gift can change someone’s mind and help them appreciate the beauties of organic and Fair Trade Eco Fashion!
I’m also wearing new dress by Kelly Wreastler that I scored at her holiday sample sale this season.
I hope everyone is having a great holiday season so far!
Hugs and kisses.
Photography by Soul Of Photogrpahy
Loving any form of head wraps, bows, bandanas, and hats – they immediately transform an outfit.
Another easy way to stay on trend on a budget!Â Jean shirts are everywhere and I splurged on mine from one of my favorite designers – Helmut Lang. The materials they use are to die for – so soft!Â The dress is an older one, but the sleeves happen to have a little 80s love in the shoulder. My favorite boots are falling apart…I’m trying to salvage them as much as I can, but I love the height and they are very comfortable!Â Again, I love to mix girly with menswear, so to me this is a perfect mix!
Scarf/HeadwrapÂ & Ring (Forever 21), Bracelets & Sun Burst Ring (Tracy Matthews Designs), Dress (French Connection), Boots (Cheap Brand From Nordstrom Rack)
Modern Handmade Felted Scarves and Shawls by Taiana Giefer.Â Originally from Southern California, Taiana lives and works in New York City. Inspired by textiles and travels all over the world – no wonder I’m loving these. At $800 a pop, don’t think I’ll be owning one any time soon but I can admire and lust from afar..unless Taiana, you happen to be reading this? Brilliant and beautiful.
Read more at Taiana