Levi’s wedgie icon jeans | not 100% cotton 🙁
Everlane box tee (small) | mine says made in the US
Atelier Delphine Haori coat (xs – purchased with credits from Garmentory*)
Freda Salvador Lock D’orsay flats | a couple years old, no longer available
Marsell Bag | I bought mine on super-sale via Totokaelo; no longer available
(I couldn’t crop the photobomb from Dagny out…)
This might be it for the LSJ, it’ll be in the mid-80’s today, so I won’t be able to wear it all day, but it’s still great for 70 degree mornings.
I got my 6397 Shorty jeans from Shopbop’s “big event” and sent them back after wearing them a little around the house. They are 100% cotton and the same size as my black pair, but they didn’t seem to give/stretch out as much with wear. They never got very comfortable, and although I was wary of the herringbone at first, I grew to like it a lot. Oh well.
I’m thinking of trying these “white” Levi’s in a size 30; I’ve never tried white jeans, but am interested this year, and I like the fit of my Wedgie jeans, but they could stand to be a little bigger. I also love this lighter pair by Goldsign, and Goldsign has generally always fit me well…
Do you wear light/white jeans?
Elizabeth Suzann’s warm weather collection launches on the 26th!!! I know a lot of you are just as obsessed with it as I am. I can’t wait to get a better look at what’s coming. I should also be getting my shirts from Tradlands today or early next week, so look for some reviews of those soon too!
Today’s the last day to enter to win a size 8 Everlane Day mule in black or a $50 Everlane gift card >
Also, this weekend, free shipping at slowre ends (I added a few new items today)! Use code PRELOVED *valid on US orders only, once per customer
Three Ways the Denim Industry is Changing for the Better: “recycling/upcycling, comfort, greener production” is the gist of it. And the article mentions Levi’s, Frame, G-Star and AYR among others.
Maiyet’s biodegradable sunglasses – Love these so much…
Nisolo’s Impact Report – I love this, and wish every company would do something similar. Many companies do, if you look on the CSR pages (corporate & social responsibility), but most do not. Even Everlane doesn’t go this far and give this much information. I wish I liked Nisolo’s shoes more…I do like them, but not enough to add a pair to my wardrobe I guess.
I watched 13 Reasons Why on Netflix over the weekend and wow. I sort of wanted it to be over already, once I got halfway through, because…high school…but it was worth watching. If you have high-school age kids, it’s even MORE worth watching. I have a high-school age step-son and nephew, and I can’t even imagine high school being like that for them. I hope it’s not, anyway. It was shocking, and if that kind of stuff is happening in high-school now, I’m speechless. I don’t know what to say about it, really, besides that it deals with rape, lots of verbal abuse, suicide, etc., among high-school kids, so be aware. Leaves you with lots to think about anyway…
I don’t have any serious plans for the weekend yet, although there’s a big Earth Day event in Fair Park I might go to. I was actually considering doing a pop-up there and was invited to do so, but I passed because I didn’t feel like I had enough inventory for it.
Are you doing anything for Earth Day? Or just for the weekend??
*when you use my Garmentory referral link and sign up for an account, you’ll get a $20 credit and so will I