I like stuff y’all! Sorry not sorry.
I’ve lived in shame of liking nice material things for most of my life. I don’t have time for that anymore. It’s just part of my being at this moment, in this life so I’m gonna enjoy it like it’s a Mardi Gras celebration! And so. I bring to you my weekly listing of favorite things I found across the interwebs so that you too can bask in their uniqueness along with me.
WEEK OF JULY 15, 2018
Instead of trashing up the Earth with plastic, I adore wooden toys and my little one responds to them well. This online boutique has many options to offer:
This line of organic cotton baby/toddler clothing just won my heart! The online shop opens again on July 13 so get those cool baby threads while they’re hot:
I need this for those sexy halter dresses. I am too ample to go braless and I don’t want a sporty bra under my cute dress. This is perfect and is ethically and sustainably manufactured:
Oh yes, the floral dress is in full effect. I would love to be seen in green with this beauty on my back. With sustainable brand, Reformation, it's hard to not want EVERYTHING:
I can’t help myself. Reformation makes it twice. I could never wear this because of the plunging v-neck but maybe your boobs are good to go for this design:
Any other breastfeeding moms out there? This stylish basic can facilitate quickly whipping the boob out for feedings. + ARMEDANGELS is a sustainable eco-friendly brand:
This ethical and sustainable jumpsuit by Study NY is giving me life:
Sustainable, organic limited-edition orange slices. Hehe! Do not be surprised if it is featured on my body in my Instagram feed:
While I’m at it, I kinda want this tee too. Also organic and sustainable:
Sustainable psychadelic short kimono. I’d add high-waisted cuffed shorts, a fitted cropped tank and strappy flat sandals. The outfit for the week. You’re welcome ;-)
I love these magical unicorn golden sparkle drops hot on the beauty market these days. I’d try this organic one with my foundation to get that magical dewy glow:
Uber ethical US fashion designers, ABLE, are giving me shoe frenzy. I’d love to give these a spin around Paris: