Eileen Fisher Harem Pants (mine are medium, although the small fit, I wanted them to be longer)
James Perse slubbed jersey contrast panel shirt (so old…can you tell?)
Gerard Darel Bowling Plum bag (gifted by Forzieri for review)
Jil Sander sandals (secondhand from MOSS)
Do you know how hard it is for me NOT to wear these harem pants every day? Actually, since it’s been pretty cool here it hasn’t been THAT hard, but I just love how easy they are to throw on and look amazing 😉 In case you’re interested in a pair of your own, Nordstrom seems to have all sizes in stock!! (just try them, I promise they’re amazing)
This week, my post for IFB is about how fashion bloggers can be influential when it comes to sustainability in the fashion industry. While I am a marathon shopper, and know I buy too much, I do try to be conscious about what I’m buying, preferring to buy things made in the US (like these Eileen Fisher harem pants, and all things James Perse), and I do try to buy/wear secondhand when I can (these sandals are my FAVORITE consignment find!). I hope in some way that influences you to think about what you buy, where it comes from, how it’s made and the overall impact it has. I know it’s not easy, and lately, I’m spending too much at H&M (although I do appreciate their recycling efforts now), but I’m always trying!!
Finally – I know I promised a thorough review of the Gerard Darel bag, but that will come next week. Suffice it to say that I love it more and more each time I carry it. The slouchiness is something that I have needed to get used to, but the color fits in perfectly with my wardrobe (although I don’t carry it when I’m wearing gray), and I’m always pleased with how light it is, even with everything in it.
That’s it. I hope you guys have a great weekend!!! See you back here on Monday 🙂