I got my first pair of Knickeys about 4 years ago and since then have been slowing replacing my underwear and bras with Knickey to the point where they now make up the majority of my underwear drawer. So suffice it to say I’ve had a lot of experience with their styles, fits, and fabric to do a thorough review!
H&M has been very vocal about their sustainability efforts, but is the brand actually eco-friendly? Boasting over 38 million followers on Instagram and more than $22 billion USD in sales last year, H&M has made quite a name for themselves. Chances are you have … more
This post was kindly sponsored by wearwell and contains affiliate links, however all opinions and experiences are my own. My wardrobe is unfortunately not at it’s peak. A lot of favorite clothes and unique pieces no longer fit and I’ve defaulted to a uniform … more
Last winter I got a DM from Anne Mulaire asking if I’d like to try a pair of their winter leggings. I’ve never owned winter leggings before and love a good legging for layering so said yes. I’m not exaggerating when I say that … more
What Is OEKO-TEX? You may have seen products in stores with the OEKO-TEX label and wondered what exactly this means. OEKO-TEX is short for The International Association for Research and Testing in the Field of Textile and Leather Ecology and was started in 1992. … more
Dolls Kill has been a destination for unique pieces and statement items. The brand is best known for their festival styles and as a source of punk, kawaii, goth, rave, and “alternative” fashion. The issue? Dolls Kill has taken many counterculture fashion movements, which … more
In the world of sustainable fashion, materials are always a hot topic. Whether we’re talking deadstock, low impact, recycled or repurposed, there are a million different opinions as to what is truly best from an environmental perspective. Lyocell fabric is certainly no exception to … more
Are you already supporting local, small businesses? Why not take it a step further to also support Canadian made clothing! While Canada might not be known globally for our garment industry, a lot of clothing production still happens here. By purchasing clothing made in … more