The start of a new year means hitting the refresh button. I know many of you have made New Year’s resolutions, but does that extend to your closet, too? If you’re anything like me, then you’re trying to cut the clutter and reduce the overwhelm which extends to my wardrobe, too.
Disclosure: Thanks to Haverdash for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own!
In 2018, I was first introduced to the concept of renting my wardrobe. And then in 2019, I met Haverdash. Haverdash is a newer clothing rental subscription service providing unlimited access to the latest looks from boutique brands like 1.State, cupcakes and cashmere, French Connection, BB Dakota, Comune, J.O.A., and many, many more. I love keeping up with the trends and mixing up my wardrobe, but I can’t tell you how many times I’ve purchased something to only wear it once or to find it hanging in my closet with the tags still on it.
While I have worked to reduce these bad habits, renting my wardrobe helps me eliminate this problem completely. By borrowing the trend first, I can see if I actually like the style and try it with the rest of my wardrobe. It’s kind of like the revolving closet from Clueless that so many of us dreamed about when we were younger. (Who am I kidding, I still dream about this!)
If kicking off the New Year by renting a wardrobe with the help of Haverdash sounds up your alley, then read on for all of the details!
I came down with a summer cold at the end of July, and to get me through my boring weekend of canceled plans, I began re-watching Sex and the City. I’ve always fancied myself a bit of a Carrie. While I don’t have the wild curly hair, a bad smoking habit of smoking, and have not been on nearly as many dates as Carrie Bradshaw, her creative fashion, carefree spirit, and freelance lifestyle have always appealed to me.
When it came time to think about Halloween costumes, I instantly knew I had to create some of Carrie Bradshaw’s amazing 90s and early 00s outfits. Today, I’m rounding up 5 easy Carrie Bradshaw costumes that you can re-create for your Halloween soirées, or like me, for answering the door for trick-or-treaters. Best of all, these costumes are all created from real clothes that I either had in my closet, thrifted or purchased on a budget making them truly do-it-yourself!
As we count down the days until fall officially begins, I can’t help but get excited for the cozier fashion options that await us! Layering is one of my favorite ways to be comfortable during the autumn months. It’s this time of year that I crave all of the soft and cozy clothing. To me, layering is a chic way to style super casual pieces in your wardrobe, and when it comes to figuring out how to wear a hoodie, it’s my go-to suggestion.
Disclosure: Thanks to adidas for sponsoring this post! All opinions are my own.
Who says you can’t be comfortable and stylish in your favorite hoodie this fall? Incorporating this piece into your daily wardrobe is possible by styling it with other athleisure pieces, or flip the script and dress it up! While I wouldn’t recommend these outfits as business formal attire, they are perfect for weekend errands and get-togethers.
Today, I thought I’d share two great ways to wear my brand new adidas Cropped Hoodie for fall! Option one keeps things sporty, while the second look dresses up the cropped hoodie trend!
It feels a little strange talking about fall trends in fashion already. However, in typical Seattle form, the weather took a quick turn from hot and humid to rainy and stormy over the weekend. On Saturday night, we had a wild thunderstorm complete with a torrential downpour and lightning that lit up the sky like nothing we’ve ever seen before. Guess it’s not too early for fall fashion after all!
Disclosure: Thanks to PrettyLittleThing for providing free clothing to style in these outfits. All opinions are my own!
With the official start of fall coming in just a few weeks, I can’t help but be in the fall fashion mood. Some of my favorite fall trends in fashion are already hitting my Instagram feed like band tees, trendy sneakers, and all sorts of animal print. Take your pick of these fun trends; just make it cool weather-friendly with longer sleeves, fun layers, and autumnal tones!
Today, I thought I’d share what I’ve been shopping for already for the fall season!
I don’t think it’s a huge secret: I love clothes. I spend most of my “fun” money on fashion related things, so when I heard about the concept of renting a wardrobe, I was completely intrigued. Entire Armoire, a Seattle-based clothing rental service which I’ll be sharing more about in this Armoire review.
A couple of years ago, I learned of Armoire during an event at a women-focused co-working space here in Seattle. Armoire was positioning themselves as a wardrobe rental service for professionals, and while the clothes they had on display didn’t capture me at the time, the concept most definitely did! Later, I was invited to a launch party for The OULA Company, which makes fun, colorful floral and abstract patterned dresses that immediately grabbed my attention. I said yes and found myself on Capitol Hill to see the garments in person and hear more about Armoire.
Despite the lack of color my “stylist” automatically assigned me, the staff promised that their service would learn my style over time and recommend things that were more my style. (My “stylist” is actually a computer-generated algorithm, which is one of the things that Armoire prides itself on.) When an offer to sign up for just $49 popped up a few weeks later, it was the push I needed to give the service a try.
And what can I say, I’ve been addicted ever since! So why have I stuck with Armoire all of these months? Today I thought I’d give an honest, non-sponsored Armoire review. And let’s be real, I’m always honest regardless of sponsorship. But, just clarifying here. ;) I do pay for this subscription myself.
If the concept of renting your wardrobe sounds interesting, read on for my Armoire review!