Sheer collared shirt - Loft, thrifted
Sweater - Etoile, thrifted
Leather Skirt - vintage
Cotton lined wool tights - MP via Sockdreams
Ride boots - Cydwoq
Note to self: Always remember to retry on winter clothes from last year. This skirt did not fit as well as I remembered, despite my weight fluctuations, it was too tight in the tum. The weather has gone a little bit warmer today, which is nice because I wasn't quite ready to stay in heavy sweaters for months on end. We need a good cold winter, but I wasn't ready for how fast it set in.
I'm sure I don't have to tell most of you, but of course I'm going to take Citizen Rosebud's pledge. All of my clothing these days is thrifted or gifted. And much of the 'gifted' comes from consignment or thrifting as well. Even my shoe buying has taken a turn to ebaying and if new, high quality brands with good practices. I do this not only to put the planet first, but to be kind to my wallet. Her badge represents my approach to shopping and will give me something to point to when I want to describe my personal ethics when it comes to clothes.
I'd probably even further add a condition of "comfortable" into this pledge, reminding myself that I will only wear clothes that make me feel as good as they make me look.