“Like many of my investment pieces, there are times where I don’t wear it as much and then there are times where it is in heavy rotation but that’s why staples/classics are so important when creating a sustainable wardrobe.”
Don’t you think today’s look has a 90’s minimal kinda vibe. I bought out a few of my old classics like this silk shirt that I bought years ago from Topshop, which has served me so so well over the years. Like many of my investment pieces, there are times where I don’t wear it as much and then there are times where it is in heavy rotation but that’s why staples/classics are so important when creating a sustainable wardrobe.
I stopped posting on here last week out of respect to George Floyd and all the people out there protesting for him. It didn’t feel right to post (it still doesn’t) and I wanted to concentrate on educating myself, taking responsibility for my own ignorance and conditioned thinking and also post (on Instagram) my own feelings and thoughts to try and help bring awareness to the modern day genocide that black men and women are currently facing in America and amongst the police especially. I don’t have a big following but as collective we have to keep raising awareness, whilst learning ourselves and excepting nothing less then success in ending racism once and for all, so that the next generation don’t have to pay the price for our ignorance any more. I’m sorry if you come here to escape what’s happening, trust me I do to, it’s my safe space for the most part but how can I keep quiet on such important and necessary issues?! I can’t and so I won’t.
Sending you love and light for the week ahead,
(old) Topshop Silk Shirt – HERE
(old) DKNY Skirt – Similar HERE
(old) Newbark Loafers