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,

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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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