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An ethical French style capsule wardrobe

November 27, 2017

I've been more fascinated by French style than ever lately.  It's inherently a thoughtful, sustainable approach to dressing, because it incorporates a lot of classic, neutral pieces that age well, but French women also seem to be at the forefront of a lot of trends.  Brands like Rouje, Maje, and Sézane are huge there (and all provide the dreamiest inspiration), but information on their manufacturing practices isn't readily available, so I thought it'd be fun to make a capsule inspired…

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Fall 2017 capsule wardrobe

September 13, 2017

I’m jumping the gun, calendar-wise, a bit with fall this year because a) I think it makes more sense.  Mentally, my summer ends in August.  And b) I planned this capsule way early and was too excited to get into it.  Because I had fun with color over the summer, I kept a healthy amount in my fall capsule (and I'm already wondering if it's too much!).  I’m focusing on dusty pinks and earthy greens, with a pop of sky…

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