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Repeat Offender

Lately I’ve been trying to organize my closet and have noticed a lot of repeats in my selections. For example, my collection of 6 wayfarer sunglasses above, which doesn’t even include the countless other pairs (at least 6 more) of wayfarers that I’ve lost or broken over the years. I also realized that I have 7 shirts with skulls on them, 12 pairs of black boots, 4 grey purses of similar shapes, and 5 silver, studded bracelets. And whenever I go shopping, I find I’m still drawn to all of these items even though I already own so many of them. I’m starting to feel as though I’m stuck in a rut. Or should I look at it as just being part of what makes me “me” or as part of my everyday style?

What do you think? Do you buy repeats of stuff? Or would you recommend me branching out?

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Be Conscious

Last night, I was finally able to shop and try on some of H&M’s Conscious Collection and was pleasantly surprised.

For those of you that don’t know, the Conscious Collection, according to their website, is clothing made from “conscious materials for a more sustainable fashion future.” In other words they’re producing clothes made from organic cottons, linens and recycled materials such as polyester and wool and many more. Also, according to their website, they’re doing more than just using environmentally-friendly materials such as donating clothes to charity, using less water in their denim production and “educating garment workers in Bangladesh on their rights.” If you’d like to learn more about H&M’s conscious collection go here.

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Girls

HBO’s new show “Girls” premiered last night, and it’s shaping up to be a younger, less glamorous girl’s Sex and the City (and I mean that in a good way). For me, Sex and the City did touch on subjects more realistically than most other shows about women, but a lot of it seemed over the top. Girls focuses on younger women living in New York City and deals with gritty topics, such as the economy, drugs, sex and even butt sex all in the first episode.

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