I am a big believer of sustainable fashion. I don't like throwaway fashion and have never been a fan of that model because even as a teenager I hated all the information available about what those factories do to children and workers in other countries. Of course I went through my starving artist phase in my 20s where I bought what was most affordable for my wallet especially since back then any cheaply made garment flattered my body. Now that I'm a mom I've wised up to the reality that high fashion is actually much more flattering to our bodies and actually appreciates in value as we can later trade it or keep it for our daughters. Really the only thing that can be done with a Forever 21 garment is donate it when you're done with it and even then it won't bring in much to the thrift store you give it to. I wish this simple investment knowledge had been bestowed on me as a young girl. Shopping high fashion is always made out to be a much more frivolous thing than it really is! I mean, even cars lose value faster than some handbags and no one ever makes car shopping or auto shows out to be a frivolous thing! I want to instill it in my kids this financially savvy and responsible knowledge and teach them to shop smart! If you've made it through this entire paragraph then thank you for your interest. I hope to connect with you on here and my other profiles where I plan on inspiring others to invest in sustainable fashion models.
Alice and Olivia, Balenciaga, Balmain, Carolina Herrera, Hermes, Milly, Narciso Rodriguez, Oscar De La Renta