Today I’m wearing a replacement for my old Zara utility shorts that went into retirement after it burst open at the butt. This is a very similar pair of shorts with a few upgrades: back pockets and front pockets that look like back pockets, a beautiful metallic button, a modest length, and structured denim that keeps its shape. I loved my old shorts but one downside was how it got baggy and lost its shape by the end of the day. Faded olive greens fit right in with my wardrobe; they pair well with oatmeal and other neutrals. Continue reading →
This weekend I read two old New Yorker articles on the peculiarities of two behemoth ethical fashion brands, Eileen Fisher and Patagonia. These two brands are like the godparents of the whole ethical fashion movement. I was so intrigued by the stories of the people behind them. (I actually do not own a single thing from either brand, but I do follow a lot of bloggers who wear them regularly).
It turns out Eileen Fisher employees are even weirder than I imagined! (I say that fondly).