Thank you so much! I edit all my photos on Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop!
Edmonton’s creative community has grown SO MUCH since I’ve started blogging and it’s so amazing to experience! There’s a whole new generation of creatives who are inspiring me to keep pushing myself. Thank you so much for the love and kind words!
For sure! I answered most of this question in a recent blog post. But just to delve a little deeper into your ask, being a part of the fashion industry (if that’s indeed the industry you’re referring to) isn’t a difficult task at all. Try interning or working different boutiques, magazines, or fashion labels to start off – a simple Google search of what fashion companies are hiring can do the trick.
As for my struggles, that’ll have to be another post 🙂
Hope that answers your questions for now!
My favourites off the top of my head – Acne Jensen boots, Baserange White Tee, vintage Levi’s jeans, Converse x CDG sneakers, my Chanel purse. As for tips, it’s really about building more sustainable consumption habits! Something I like to do when I find myself window shopping or online shopping is always ask myself “Who made my clothes?” in order to prompt myself to remember that there are real people behind the clothes we wear. Also, think about investing in your clothing rather than buying them for trends! Most of my favourite pieces are ones that I’ve saved up for and know that I’ll be able to wear for a long time 💖
Research any government grants or loans, or if you’re a minority or a woman, look out for groups that help mentor or fund female or minority entrepreneurs!
Thank you so much for the love! I just started trying new things on my blog, whether it was a new style choice or editing technique, and tried to keep as many doors open as possible! It’s so easy nowadays to talk and meet with people with similar interests in the same city a la social media, so make friends, collaborate, and keep on creating 🙂
Thank you! They are from Society 6! x
I think it is called Honda!
If we find some new sustainable timepiece brands, why not! We’re always open to carrying and supporting slow fashion companies, whether they are established or just starting out!
We carry all the inventory at our studio so we always ship out our orders personally (unless we are dropshipping with a label). Thank you!