New Skirts Drop January 26th (my 11th anniversary!)

Mrs. Emily Fashion Advocate

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It took me an hour to write one sentence, but what a great one it is. Check it out in today's newsletter here.

 


WEATHER APPROPRIATE FOOTWEAR WEEK! Sock Advice!

WEATHER APPROPRIATE  FOOTWEAR WEEK! Sock Advice!

📣📣WHAT DO WE WANT?📣📣

Socks without holes that don’t slide into our shoes when we walk, that make our shoes more comfortable and our feet not too hot and not too cold.

📣📣WHEN DO WE WANT THEM?📣📣

Now!

My Mom gave me a pair of wool socks after my daughter was born bc none of my boots fit. Since then, I’ve been experimenting with brands and slowly building a small collection of wool socks. Wool absorbs moisture - way more than cotton - so it keeps your feet comfortable even when they sweat....


Weather Appropriate Footwear Week

Weather Appropriate Footwear Week

ARE YOU JUST DYING OF EXCITEMENT?!

The temps dip here in the Midwest and today's grey sky makes me feel my job as #MrsEmilyFashionAdvocate is very important in this next week:

It's time to look objectively at our shoes and socks. And decide if they bring us joy, and more importantly, if they equip us for the season ahead.

This week, we'll be talking about the why and how of building confidence through weather appropriate footwear: not just what boots to buy, but how to incorporate them into your wardrobe in a way that makes you feel like yourself.

We'll be spicing it up...


Today's Newsletter!

Today's Newsletter!

Catch today's newsletter here. It's a good one, all about how we aren't qualified for our jobs which is a beautiful thing!


you want me to pick up WHAT?

you want me to pick up WHAT?

This week we are contemplating HOW to appreciate the poo after it hits the fan, so to speak.

It’s ZERO WASTE WEEK, celebrating the process of using every scrap of fabric to make my skirts. And EVERY SCRAP OF EXPERIENCE to make our lives.

I’m in the post production stage of making skirts, which is kind of the main one.

First I make the skirt, sew all the little fabric pieces to it. But THEN, I wash and dry it, and spend time on each ‘pouf’ making sure it’s just right. I comb over the skirt with scissors and a lint roll and...