🌱Ethical Fashion Consultant

🌿Environmentalist 🌎Activist 💃🏼Feminist

📖Writer 🗽NYC 🦄Parsons 💥Ethical Stylist





People often ask me about confidence: how to obtain it, fake it, and why I seem to have an endless reserve. I won’t deny that I’m confident. I won’t deny that I often feel good about myself, that I'm proud of my accomplishments, and that I'm satisfied with the person I am. I do need to mention that it takes work, and doesn’t always come naturally.



When embarking outside once again after a harsh long winter into a highly anticipated spring, you need to transition fully and flawlessly. Meaning, don't be boring. We get it. Winter was hard on all of us - but please let's not dwell on it any longer than need be. Catalogues, though many of you might see them as outdated, are actually a great place to start looking for inspiration. 

Ethical Fashion


Did you know that if you're reading this you will likely spend on average, $2288 on clothing and footwear this year? You could easily be purchasing items made in scary places by highly exploited people. Getting the real story behind your spending? It's harder than you think. Even more challenging? Finding the truth about what conditions your clothing was made under.


“She was a gypsy, as soon as you unravelled the many layers to her wild spirit she was on her next quest to discover her magic. She was relentless like that, the woman didn't need anybody but an open road, a pen and a couple of sunsets” -Nikki Rowe