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My roommate is doing a spring clean with his wardrobe. He purged A TON of clothes, most in good condition. Before sending to Goodwill, he let me pick through..With his old t-shirts I cut them up and repurposed them into two (2) new functions. 1) we now have cotton rags, great for cleaning. 2) I then cut small bits into smaller bits and will use for pillow stuffing. I’ll be making a yoga bolster with this.Americans discard 15.1 million tons of clothing and textile per year. (65-70 lbs per person) 85% ends up in landfills. Please consider giving your garments second lives. 🌳🦋🌎 #reduce #reuse then #recycle

My roommate is doing a spring clean with his wardrobe. He purged A TON of clothes, most in good condition. Before sending to Goodwill, he let me pick through..With his old t-shirts I cut them up and repurposed them into two (2) new functions. 1) we now have cotton rags, great for cleaning. 2) I then cut small bits into smaller bits and will use for pillow stuffing. I’ll be making a yoga bolster with this.Americans discard 15.1 million tons of clothing and textile per year. (65-70 lbs per person) 85% ends up in landfills. Please consider giving your garments second lives. 🌳🦋🌎 #reduce #reuse then #recycle

I cannot lie: I love skirts & boots, especially my Fryes. I got them in 2004. I take great care of them, and they are my most comfortable boots ever. Classic, iconic and cool. They deserve my TLC and being part of so many of my crazy adventures. Skirts: on the left I discovered at a sample sale. On the right is a thrift store find. Both have part of my wardrobe for more than 6 years. When I find beautiful things to add to my wardrobe I take care of them so I can enjoy them longer. And let me tell ya, I save a shit-ton on money since I don’t have to buy new stuff all the time. Going green is gold, baby.

I cannot lie: I love skirts & boots, especially my Fryes. I got them in 2004. I take great care of them, and they are my most comfortable boots ever. Classic, iconic and cool. They deserve my TLC and being part of so many of my crazy adventures. Skirts: on the left I discovered at a sample sale. On the right is a thrift store find. Both have part of my wardrobe for more than 6 years. When I find beautiful things to add to my wardrobe I take care of them so I can enjoy them longer. And let me tell ya, I save a shit-ton on money since I don’t have to buy new stuff all the time. Going green is gold, baby.

Utt-oh moment…didn’t give myself enough time to capture this amazing dress before heading out to the @obieawards. These are the best I got. Ta-dah! This emerald green gem is a Trina Turk from 4 years ago. I found it WAY back in the clearance rack at Nordstrom Rack (hello, kick-ass deal). I’m guessing no one wanted it because the size label was missing??? (these things happen, humans). It’s an incredibly beautiful dress that makes me feel incredible. A few lessons here: 1) as a stylist, best to schedule proper time to capture looks. Duh. 2) you are more than a number on a tag. Don’t let it define you. 3) take care of your beautiful things so you can enjoy them for years.

Utt-oh moment…didn’t give myself enough time to capture this amazing dress before heading out to the @obieawards. These are the best I got. Ta-dah! This emerald green gem is a Trina Turk from 4 years ago. I found it WAY back in the clearance rack at Nordstrom Rack (hello, kick-ass deal). I’m guessing no one wanted it because the size label was missing??? (these things happen, humans). It’s an incredibly beautiful dress that makes me feel incredible. A few lessons here: 1) as a stylist, best to schedule proper time to capture looks. Duh. 2) you are more than a number on a tag. Don’t let it define you. 3) take care of your beautiful things so you can enjoy them for years.