This month, let’s take a look at a collection with a slightly more attainable price point than our review of the Dolce & Gabbana menswear collection. Now that it’s finally getting cold, I’m going to be getting my menswear inspiration from J.Crew’s fall/winter collection.
It’s time for another edition of Thrift Store Thieves! If you caught my post about consigning clothes, you know that my friend’s mum owns an awesome consignment store called A Passion For Fashion. She organized an event with snacks, sales, and sangria. It was so much fun; here’s how it went down:
So maybe you don’t care about fashion. Maybe you feel alienated or intimidated by the idea that the fashion world comes with all of these rules and judgments, maybe you’re just simply not interested in clothing beyond the fact that it keeps you from being naked. That’s cool. But as long as you wear clothes, you’re expressing things about yourself with them. Even if you’re just expressing how much you hate shopping for clothes.
It has been a difficult week to be a liberal/progressive in the United States. I think it’s also been a difficult week to be a person of color, a woman, an immigrant, a person with a disability, or a person who is part of the LGBTQA+ community. It’s been a difficult week in the United States. When it comes to this blog, I’ve been spending a lot of time debating whether or not to post this week and wondering what I would say if and when I did decide to start posting again. How could I post street style photos of the outfits that I brought with me to a professional conference in Dallas while people outside the window of my hotel room were marching in the streets in protest? Then I read this article by Stephanie Saltzman about being a beauty editor at Fashionista in the wake of the election results.
I’ve never consigned clothes before, and I figured I’d walk you through the process as I learned it.
I know I said I was going to wait to post until after I’d consigned some clothes on Saturday, but I changed my mind. I got Zayn’s autobiography yesterday. I read Zayn’s autobiography yesterday. So today, let’s talk about what I thought about Zayn’s autobiography.
You saw what I packed, and you saw what my friend wore all weekend, so now it’s time to see New York!