I am always cold, but I hate wearing coats and jackets.
I would also keep my house at 85 degrees throughout the winter if I could afford it.

All the above taken into consideration, anything to bundle up that isn’t a bulky coat and has an added bonus of being super cute?

I’ll take it.

I guess Harlow got those genes too. 

She has fallen in love with my fashionABLE scarf and now insists on wearing it almost everyday.
She doesn’t need to ask twice, since she wears it better than I do.

She makes the most perfect scarf model: don’t you think?


But the thing about fashionABLE —and companies like Threads of Hope and Better Life Bagsis this:

My ability to purchase a product is giving another woman–one of my sisters in this world–the ability to do the same for someone else.

That is powerful when you look at it like that.  Not powerful in a sense of self,
but power in the domino effect.
Power in the selfless act of giving.

// on Kacia //
silk top: Madewell // tunic: Free People // jeans: J.Crew // slippers: Fryes //
necklace: NS Pottery // belt: not sure // top knot: 3-day hair :o]
// on Harlow //
scarf: fashionABLE // cardigan: thrifted, American Apparel // dress: gift, H&M // jeggings: Circo, Target // slippers: her mama, Coconut Robot


*the red Threads of Hope belt is still for sale — email me to purchase*

I cannot thank the beautiful Rachel Rowland enough for these stunning photos–she’s magical.

You will be seeing more of her talent around here!
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