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Este fue el resultado del Taller de Tintes Naturales Rojos con Grace Lovelace el pasado sábado en el rancho Vía Orgánica. ¡Colores vibrantes, ecológicos y sin ningún químico! Usamos la cochinilla, la rubia roja (rubia tinctorum) y la laca. ¿Cuál te gusta más?.
Y recuerda que el 24 de febrero tendremos un Taller de Tintes Naturales Indigo, ¡no te lo pierdas! Inscripciones: firstname.lastname@example.org .👚🧣
This was the result of the Natural Red Dyes Workshop with Grace Lovelace last Saturday at the Via Organica ranch. Vibrant and ecologic colours, with no chemicals! We used cochineal, madder and lac. We used cochineal, madder and lac. Which one is your favorite?.
Remember there’s a Natural Indigo Dyes Workshop on February 24th, ¡don’t miss it! Registration: email@example.com .
Most sustainable piece of this outfit: Jack Wills dress, made in India. The founder of Jack Wills talks a lot about how he cares about treating his workers well, and 50% of their stock is made in Portugal. How much this is for show I don’t know, but it’s better than nothing!
Least sustainable piece: sandals from Office, made in China. These, whilst totally adorable, will probably not last very long (sandals never do, somehow) so they’re neither ethical nor slow :(
Meet the JUA Choker. ✨ Inspired by the flowing sand dunes of Kenya, this piece was handcrafted in the city of #Nairobi in Kenya by the artisan, Ojiko. This beauty hits all the right notes. Photo captured by the wonderful, @allisonsherman4. Modelled by @bre.mueck
Betcha can’t do it like me. And you shouldn’t want to. Each of us are uniquely and wonderfully made with an individual God given purpose and talents. What I think I love about being a thrift stylist and there is so much but one of those things is that even if wanted all of my clients to look the same , which I personally think is an atrocity as a stylist but I see it happen, I can’t because mass production does not exist in the world of thrift. So I have to take into account not just my clients sizes but their individual personalities, career goals, job settings, brands, and individual gifts. I have to build a wardrobe that matches each individual aesthetic- key word being individual. I love Instagram, I really do. But Instagram can have you coveting something you are not. I remember upon first entering this world of fashion and although knowing what God told me to be, I started to lose focus and thought I was going to be a blogger LMAO! Truth be told I wanted the access of the bloggers but I did not want to be a blogger. I did a lot of thrifted looks mimicking other looks from fashion bloggers, but while I know the trends usually before they even make it to these fast fashion store, I’m not necessarily trendy and I’m not a blogger. I don’t mimic trends, I create them or at least reintroduce them in ready to wear ways with thrifted clothes. And now I dress some fashion bloggers and help them create content. We all have a lane- I’m just trying to stay in mine. Being a blogger with a massive following might get you access, but having my own style and my own purpose well that gets me access too. Moral of the story- stay in your damn lane! #theworkingbeauty#thriftexpert 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹
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