Spring 2018 Outfit 28: Some Mending to Do

Spring 2018 Outfit 28: Some Mending to Do

These are one of the pairs of jeans that I took in at the waist.

It’s so incredibly refreshing to be able to repurpose clothing I already own, and make it work for me now.

There’s something very empowering about it!

It also means that I don’t have to go out and buy all new jeans every time my weight changes (yay!).

I’m so glad that I finally started sewing again. It’s been such a fun, satisfying way to spend my time.

It’s such an incredible feeling to be able to make my own clothes… that’s so weird to even say!

I always used to be someone who wanted great convenience in her clothing.

But I’ve learned that the slower the clothing is obtained, the better.

So if you’ll excuse me, I have some mending to do. 🙂

Outfit Details:
Colorful Blouse: Gap | Same Color in Sweater Form | Affordable Option
Mom Jeans: Thrifted | Similar Ethical Option | Affordable Everlane Option
Tan Mule: thrifted | Almost exact in leather | Ethical Option | More Affordable (CUTE!) Option | Investment Option
Red Circle Bag: Vintage | Ethical Option (Almost Identical) | Everlane Option | More Affordable Option
Necklace: Vintage | Similar Vibe

P.S. If you like the outfit I shared today, would you consider sharing it on Pinterest? Just over over any of the images and click the “pin it” buttons. Thanks so much!

Until next time,


Hi there! My name is Karin and I am a lifestyle blogger with a focus on mindful style, clean beauty, and joy filled motherhood. I hope you find some inspiration here!

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