Christy Dawn

I don’t think you can ever truly become a one hundred percent ethical shopper, at least not based on our corporate habits and company offerings at the moment. However, I will say a college lecture on the business model and ethical questions of fast fashion back in 2016 has made me more aware of my … More Christy Dawn

Anthropologie Bags

I do not know if Anthropologie actually changed up the style of their bags recently, or if I just started taking notice all of a sudden, but I have become obsessed with their line of purses, totes, clutches, etc. I was gifted two tops for Christmas from Anthropologie that did not fit, and I returned … More Anthropologie Bags

Drybar

I was very skeptical of a “drybar” concept, as my first thought was why not just go to a full service hair salon and get your hair done if you need it for a special event. I was also skeptical of the idea of paying to get your hair styled for everyday life. I was … More Drybar

Roots

I was surprised to find Roots, a store filled with warm, winter clothes, on Abbott Kinney Blvd, in Venice, California, but maybe January will bring some colder weather (its currently high 70s in LA right now). However, the clothes worked perfect for me when visiting family in Chicago for the holidays, as the Canadians really … More Roots

Dana Blair Designs

On Abbot Kinney Blvd in Venice, California, there is an open gap in between the lined stores where small booths of handcrafted jewelry pop up every day. The booth that caught my eye right away was displaying jewelry by the designer Dana Blair, and nothing is more handcrafted than the designer creating the jewelry right … More Dana Blair Designs

Clad & Cloth

It’s always great to complement someone on their shirt and then learn about a whole new clothing brand. Complements can really be a two-way street as it lead me to the Utah based clothing company Clad & Cloth. I always have a hard time describing my personal style, but almost all of the pieces sold … More Clad & Cloth

Mo & Co. bags

While walking through downtown Juneau, I spotted a really adorable bag in the window of a boutique store(called Shoefly), and discovered the brand Mo & Co. bags. The bags are made in subtle colors with a vintage inspired look. On the Mo & Co. website, the company describes having a Pacific Northwest influence, which makes … More Mo & Co. bags

Lou & Grey

I found the softest and prettiest sweater I have ever owned at the Loft and the label read Lou & Grey. Since then, I have become a huge fan of the simplicity of Lou & Grey’s clothing and I love that each piece is so soft. Here are a few of my favorite pieces: Lou … More Lou & Grey

Rodeo Drive

I would think a few reasons you would visit Rodeo Drive would include you love fashion and prominent fashion designers, you like people watching, you are trying to spot some celebrities, your favorite film is Pretty Woman, or you are traveling with someone who has an interest in any of the four previous reasons. Rodeo … More Rodeo Drive

The Sak

From the moment I spotted a cross body bag from The Sak hanging on a Macy’s rack, I was hooked. Great quality, a variety of bag styles, and a laid-back feel makes The Sak one of my favorite hand bag brands. Check out some of my current favorite styles from The Sak. While I included … More The Sak