How can you not feel happy when you're wearing one of these?
The current movement of slow fashion is resorting back to the ways of old; we think that’s why it’s here to stay.
Iconic designer Mara Hoffman speaks to what it really looks like for a brand to go sustainable.
From Laguna Beach to Costa Mesa, these 8 brands are truly changing the world by bringing people together in impactful ways:
Dip-dyeing, also known as ombré, is an excellent way to revamp old clothing and it can easily be done at home.
Guest Editor Erin Boyle shares the only bit of small-space advice that anyone needs. And it starts with employing a little bit of creativity
Building the closet you want can be difficult and time consuming, especially if you don’t know where to start. I’ve spent years making impulsive shopping decisions that have led to a closet full of clothes I’ve only worn a handful of times.
The first steps in building a versatile closet are to determine what you own, why you own it, and how it will meet your day-to-day needs.
Intention is key with everything, right? Which is why we’re loving this Glitter Guide article about curating a home that best welcomes others and also reflects your own unique style. They had blogger and designer Amanda Risius share her process for creating a space, and we’re pumped to share her advice (and handy workbook) with you, too. Below!
Do you struggle with the process of picking out furniture or art because you aren’t sure what your style is or if it will match your current décor? Do you wish you could decorate your home beautifully with ease like the pros? The key to confidently creating a home you love is knowing your decorating style. Knowing your style will give you a plan to follow and make decisions much easier. I’m going to show you exactly how to determine your decorating style with five simple exercises.