Softbatch Cream Cheese Chocolate-Chocolate Chip Cookies - Cream cheese keeps them super soft! Say hello to your new favorite chocolate cookie!!
This No-Bake Raspberry Chocolate Tart comes together in just ten minutes! The no-bake chocolate crust is filled with vegan chocolate ganache and topped with fresh raspberries for a decadent, guilt-free treat.
Mini Fig Goat Cheese Bacon Bites. Everyone will flip for this easy but impressive holiday appetizer recipe!
Chai spice + almond + coconut breakfast smoothy. It's hard to believe it's healthy!
30 Short Hairstyles for Winter: Asymmetrical Messy Haircuts
The Best Bangs for Your Face Shape: The Perfect Pixie: Awesome for Oval, Round and Heart-Shaped Faces
Cut Is Too Cute: Classic Short Bob Hairstyle
Long pixie cut with bangs. If my hair gets bad enough after the baby I will go short again.
Side Parted Short Bob Haircut with Blunt Bangs
Ellie and I joke that as the rest of the country is getting ready for fall, Texans are buckling down for the worst of the summer. People are talking about pumpkin spice lattes and sweaters while we are sweating in our shorts and tank tops! Well, even though it is still very hot (read: triple digits), we... Continue reading →
We know you all have been waiting with baited breath for part 2 of our shorts styling post! See part 1 here if you want to see the first five ideas. Let’s get to it! (A quick note: if you see an item marked with an asterisk *, it is an affiliate link. We love these... Continue reading →
Ethical fashion isn’t cheap, and shopping ethically without breaking the bank can be a challenge. We’ve talked about the human cost of fast fashion, which may motivate you to WANT to purchase ethically, but it’s hard to make the switch from a lifetime of deal hunting, bargains and sales. Shifting an entire ideology (cheaper is better)... Continue reading →
With the loss of sewing our own clothing, most of us also lost the ability to recognize the differences between fabrics. When people were sewing their own clothing, much time and thought was put into fabric selection since the finished garments had to endure many years of use and reinvention. Since we no longer construct our... Continue reading →
As we continue on this ethical fashion journey, there’s one question about fast fashion that we frequently hear. We want to take some time to address it because it’s an important conversation to have. Here’s how it often sounds: “Aren’t fast fashion companies that source to the developing world actually doing some good? After all, they... Continue reading →
Kid’s ethical clothing is an area that I have been pondering since we starting delving a little deeper into the ethical fashion conversation. How do you make ethical clothing choices for children? Is this even possible? This is hard because kids are exceptionally hard on their clothes (rips, stains, tears, popped seams, torn buttons) and grow out of their... Continue reading →
A lot of people have told us that they don’t know how to use the clothes in their closets to put together outfits that they like, or how to buy items that they will actually wear and enjoy. We want to help! One way to start is to identify your individual style. If you have an idea... Continue reading →
I think a lot about clothes. I think about what I am going to wear. For three hours every day I think about what clothes I am going to send to my Stitch Fix (* affiliate link) clients. And since I read Elizabeth Cline’s book Overdressed (* affiliate link) I have been thinking about clothes even more. Every... Continue reading →
If you’ve been around the ethical fashion conversation for any length of time you may have heard the phrase ‘fast fashion’ thrown around. But what does ‘fast fashion’ really mean? ‘Fast fashion’ comes from the unsustainable practice of producing and purchasing clothing as if it were disposable. This clothing tends to be high-volume, low-quality, and super-trendy. It’s the poorly... Continue reading →