Friday, July 18, 2014

Currently Craving: The (Vegan) It-Bags of Summer

Vegan It-Bags of Summer

A roundup of the best (vegan) bags to carry you through Summer. Whether you're in the market for a new handbag or just in the mood for some major eye candy, this one's for you.



THE FANNY PACK: 

White Fanny Pack

White Fanny Pack

White Fanny Pack
Hipsters for Sisters White Flat Fanny Pack, $145, hipstersforsisters.com

Summer was made to be hands-free! With an option of chain or matching belt (both of which can be worn as a fanny pack, although the chain also converts to crossbody), you really can't go wrong.   



THE CARRY-ALL:

Matt and Nat Vegan Handbag

Matt and Nat Vegan Handbag
Matt and Nat Malone Bag in Peach, $138, mattandnat.com


THE CROSSBODY:

Vegan Crossbody Bag Summer

Vegan Crossbody Bag Summer
Chevron Coachella Bag, $185, hipstersforsisters.com



THE SPLURGE: 

Stella McCartney Silver Croc Shoulder Bag

Stella McCartney Silver Croc Shoulder Bag
Stella McCartney Shoulder Bag in Silver, $865, Forward by Elyse Walker

Stella McCartney Vegan Silver Croc Shoulder Bag




THE BACKPACK:

Freedom of Animals Vegan Red Backpack

Freedom of Animals Mara Backpack in Red, $500, freedomofanimals.com



What do you guys think? Which style is your favorite for summer? 



Thursday, July 3, 2014

Currently Craving: Bling fit for a queen

Gold metal ear cuff trend spring summer 2014

Balenciaga gold metal halo headband trend 2014

Balenciaga gold metal halo headband trend 2014




Is it just me or has jewelry become fun again? Jewelry seems to have taken this whole new turn, where designers are now more creative than ever in inventing new ways to adorn oneself. Think of all the cool headpieces, ear cuffs, body chains, and halo headbands we've seen recently...(not to mention, all of which in thick, gold metal would make anyone appear like a Greek goddess or even better, Game of Thrones' most beloved, Khaleesi, the mother of dragons). And it's true. These new styles have a certain divine femininity about them. A regality... one only worthy of Renaissance-era icons depicting the Virgin Mary...which is perhaps why I like them so much. I mean, who doesn't like cloaking themselves in royal garb fit for a queen? While I'm equally intrigued by all of these new trends, I always say it's best to start small so I thought I'd start with the very teeny tiniest of them all: the ear cuff.


Some of my favorites include: 


LUV AJ gold ear cuff trend jewelry

Luv AJ Hammered Ear Cuff, 24 KT gold, $7 (on sale), Luv AJ.com



Dannijo Joel gold chain ear cuff shopbop

Dannijo Joel gold chain ear cuff shopbop
DANNIJO Joel Ear Cuff, $195, shopbop.com


LUV AJ Gold petite punk ear cuff

LUV AJ Gold petite punk ear cuff
LUV AJ Petite Punk Curved Earrings, $40, shopbop.com






Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Reflections







fanny pack belt bag Hipsters for Sisters



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Not much to say these days. Feeling a bit uninspired lately about writing, and even just vegan fashion in general. To tell you the truth, it hasn't been hard by any means to find attractive, high-quality (and reasonably priced) clothing/ accessories that are vegan. In fact, it's been actually pretty easy, so I've been good on my wardrobe cleanse, buying only items not made of leather or other animal products... However, I'm feeling a bit discouraged by the fact that so many people remain stuck in their ways. They continue to see "real leather" as a desirable quality in goods, maybe even a "non-negotiable" in deciding whether or not to purchase something. While it's sometimes easy for people to overlook the reality of where we get our "leather" from, how can people ignore the major weather pattern changes occurring on earth as part of global warming? How can they ignore the fact that cows and the methane they produce, which is so large in quantity due to factory farming, remain the number one cause of global warming? When did we become so selfish and narrow minded... focusing only on what's convenient for oneself and lifestyle that we refuse to take responsibility for our actions and their impact on the world, let alone alter them...