Honey Honey

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These photos have such warm tones, however the weather was was not warm in the slightest (typical Saskatchewan). I really love this outfit, one of my favourite things about this outfit is how the items are all composed from natural materials (except the tights, which I have been gently washing and reusing for over 4 years now). It is one thing to shop secondhand, but it is only sustainable if the clothing you are thrifting is high-quality and composed of natural materials. This is because man-made materials create plastic microfibres when washed – which is one of the most devastating pollutants in our waterways today. It is time to take responsibility for our actions and to start making our purchases more sustainable.
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Turtleneck: French Connection (thrifted from Stasia Boutique ) / Blazer: Ann Taylor (thrifted) / Skirt: The Leather Ranch (thrifted) / Shoes: Last Shoes / Purse: 33rd Street Market / Sunglasses: vintage Ralph Lauren (thrifted) / Belt: vintage / Necklace: Hazlewood Vintage /


Tiara

Taking Care of Business

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Feeling like I am part of the landscape, business as usual.
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Jacket: thrifted vintage / Top: Hazlewood Vintage / Pants: Northside Antiques / Necklace: Vintage / Shoes: Aldo
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– Tiara

A Step Up

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I found these 1980s trousers at Northside Antiques when I was at the lake this summer. I’ve been on the hunt for this style of pant for years now and I am so excited that I finally found a pair that fit!
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Shirt: Zara / Pants: Vintage / Shoes: Call it Spring / Jewelry: my grandmother’s / Lipstick: Nars /
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– Tiara