Hello wonderful people! It was thanksgiving last weekend and I want to tell y’all how thankful I am for all your love and support in this one year of my blogging journey 🙂
I started this blog mainly because of my love for taking pictures of people and nature. Little did I know about the joy and satisfaction it would bring me 🙂 As a person, I have evolved so much in this one year. I started off with I-need-to-buy-new-clothes-for-every-blog-shoot until I was exposed to the concept of ethical and sustainable fashion practices by fellow bloggers. Now I can safely say that I no longer shop for clothes unless I have the need. I had to turn down a few sponsorships from famous fast-fashion brands because they didn’t align with what I believed in. It wasn’t and still isn’t easy at all, especially when you are a part of a community where every other person is talking about a sale or creating holiday shopping lists. But I’m getting better at it with time 🙂
So today, I want to thank each and every one of you who come here every weekend and read what I have to share. Without you, this blog wouldn’t have a purpose and I’m so very grateful for your love and support! At the end of the day, this journey is all about sharing my passion and hopefully inspiring some of you along the way 🙂
On a different note, I wanted to share this outfit which I wore to brunch recently. I got these striped pants during Spring and I’ve gotten so much use out of them in the last three seasons. During the warmer months, you can pair it with a tank top/bodysuit and wear it to work/casual weekend outings. During the colder months, pair it with a plain chunky knit sweater or a fuzzy sweater like mine and you are good to go! This applies to any printed cotton/formal pants that you already own. I paired it with the velvet oxfords that I shared in the previous post (Yes, SB and I got a pair each :D) which are so chic and comfy at the same time.
Sweater – LOFT
Thanks for stopping by ❤ I will see you next week with a travel post from my recent visit to Zion and Bryce national park!
Until next time,