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Store Crush: Tree of Life

If you’re lucky enough to live in Australia, you can visit a Tree of Life store in person; those of us who live elsewhere in the world must be content in admiring the store’s boho, Indian-inspired, ethically-produced wares online instead. 120 more words

Clothing

Your Official Spring Break Packing List

Are you preparing mentally and physically for the spring break trip of the century? At the very least, you’ve started contemplating working out (it’s a process), even if you’re still not actually heading to the gym. 100 more words

Style

The £10 jeans

Today I purchased a pair of jeans for £10. No, they weren’t from H&M or Primark (although the latter does sell jeans for £10). They were originally from TOAST and I bought them second-hand from a charity shop in Bath. 428 more words

Charity Shops

A Challenge to Myself

I have a ton of clothing. I mean, seriously. its ridiculous the amount of unworn cloth that resides in our master closet. I take up most of the racks and my poor husband is relegated to the top rack…. 302 more words

Married Life

Gap's new CEO sees women's wear as path to brand comeback

Gap Inc’s namesake brand is in a deep funk again. And the company’s CEO says that a much more inspired women’s wear collection is key to restoring the chain’s health. 566 more words

Retail

Totes That Transition From Class To Happy Hour

Now that you’ve been back on campus for a minute this semester, are you over your ancient tote? Maybe it seemed adorable this summer when you were outfit planning, but now you’re dreaming of an upgrade that won’t completely cost you. 103 more words

Style

Raising Awareness with Reality TV

“What happens when you send three Norwegian youths abroad to meet the workers who sew our clothes?”

In Sweatshop: Deadly Fashion, a reality show dealing directly with the clothing industry and unethical labor practices, three Norwegian fashion bloggers are sent to Phnom Penh, Cambodia to experience firsthand the everday lives of the garment workers who make their cheap and fashionable clothing. 562 more words

Clothing