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Tag Archives: summer outfit
the moral wardrobe: royal
Just me in my favorite vintage midi skirt again. Crazy patterned skirts and pants is (are?) pretty much my signature look. It’s important to know your signature look in case you become famous and need to share that information with … Continue reading
an ethical outfit: farmers’ market
newlook by fracturedradiance featuring Clinique The one good thing about winter (besides the temporary thrill of snow) is that it makes warm weather feel like paradise. I’m having fun creating virtual outfits fit for all kinds of outdoor activities. I … Continue reading
Posted in Styleboards Tagged baggu, clinique, farmers market, mata traders, organic cotton, outdoor activities, sseko designs, styleboard, summer outfit, synergy 5 Comments
an ethical outfit: weekend sightseeing
sightseeing by fracturedradiance featuring stud earrings Simple, feminine, and comfortable for a quick weekend away. Daniel and I plan to make frequent weekend trips this summer. Richmond, Williamsburg, Virginia Beach – I’m excited for the time and freedom to explore … Continue reading
Posted in Styleboards Tagged ethical, fair trade, krochet kids, mata traders, purse and clutch, sightseeing, sseko designs, stud earrings, summer outfit, weekend getaway, weekend trips 4 Comments
illustrated: pinafore perfection
Posted in personal style Tagged doodle, fashion drawing, h&m, illustrated fashion, illustrated style, personal style, pinafore, preppy style, summer outfit, weekend look Leave a comment
the moral wardrobe: summer days
I spent Sunday in this outfit, reading, cleaning, and making quiche with Daniel. It’s the perfect weekend look: shapeless and airy, but still put together. I’m reading Under the Banner of Heaven by Jon Krakauer; it’s a fascinating look at … Continue reading