Lovely Links: 10/13/17

Weekly Kitty:

Simon insisted on accompanying me to Tae Kwon Do this week.

Dawn shows us how marvelous washed black and deep plum can look worn together. Anna tries out the combo, too!

Adopting the ideals of intersectional feminism gives women from all classes, races and religions a voice, and the opportunity to work together. If all these groups partner with one another and develop a plan that will benefit everyone, it’s possible that feminism will once again become an unstoppable force for change.”

Reminder: You Are Sacred Land

Great tips for making the most of your thrift shopping experience.

The constant eco-focused marketing is wearing me down and I’m seriously considering a pair of sustainable Rothy’s flats.

Anna shares her own personal style journey while showcasing an absolutely stellar outfit featuring an embroidered tee and printed skirt.

More than a year ago I decided to take off my hijab, which I had worn for about a decade. It was a huge decision, especially coming from the predominantly Muslim Indonesia, where I grew and lived. But there was a process before I made this decision and now I want to share this process in the hope that I could enlighten some confused hearts and minds.”

Amazing! Check out this roundup of seven stylish non-orthopedic shoes that work for hammertoes.

My inner astrology nerd adored this one: How To Look Like Every Sign Of The Zodiac

Turns out a graphic tee is the perfect way to update a bright pant suit.

If I were a gajillionaire, I’d buy this made-in-St.-Paul J.W. Hulme tote in a heartbeat. Just sayin.

Emma tells us exactly why she’s ever so grateful for her body.

I also find outfit repetition very satisfying. It makes me feel like I’m wearing the heck out of my clothes, and relieves the pressure of styling an item ten ways just for the sake of it. No need to fix something that isn’t broken. And it strengthens your signature style.”

Rochelle looks so sharp in her double-breasted blazer and skinnies.

More than 60 years after beloved artist Frida Kahlo’s death in 1954, The Telegraph reports that the Victoria & Albert Museum in London is planning an exhibition dedicated to her eclectic sense of style.

Forever enamored of camel, black, and leopard worn together.

Once the REAL cold sets in, I’ll be busting out the Turtle Fur. (I worked part time at a boutique in my hometown from middle school into college, and sold these the whole time! They are THE BEST.)

How to Dress to Flaunt Your Figure – great read from another woman who’s sick of experts telling her she’s a pear or apple or any other kind of fruit.

“‘Traveling while fat’ sadly still often carries a stigma. Women with bigger bodies face discrimination both at home and abroad, get body-shamed on flights, and many tend to shy away from the camera instead of taking all the travel selfies.”

Alison shares fantastic advice for how to stay stylish on a budget.

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