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    The Garment Life Travel Pop-up

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    It’s here! The Garment travel pop-up! If you’re not familiar with Morgan from The Garment, she curates amazing online pop-up shops that feature ethical makers from around the world. It’s a great way to discover ethical brands and get a discount on any pieces you might be eyeing! One of my favourite things is that every pop-up has a photo shoot with real models (aka regular women) wearing the items, so you can get an idea of size and fit based on their measurements – and yours. To top it off, one of my beautiful friends was featured in this pop-up. Look for Britt R – she’s a babe!

    As an added bonus, the coupon code for The Garment pop-up works for any items on the brand’s site – so if the featured pieces aren’t fitting your needs, you can always grab something else and save 10%. The goal here is not to shop for the sake of shopping. It’s to curate a wardrobe that works for you with ethically produced, quality items that will last. If your wardrobe doesn’t have any gaps, you’re golden! If you’re not sure, I encourage you to head over to Encircled‘s website, sign up for their mailing list, and they’ll send you the minimalist wardrobe workbook. I went through it this weekend and it helped me get really clear on my style, what I actually wear, and what’s missing from my wardrobe. Look for more about that in next weekend’s capsule wardrobe post!

    While Morgan always has amazing picks, I’ve gone through the featured makers to share some of my own favourites! A few of these will definitely be heading to my wardrobe. Some are items I don’t need at the moment but are beautiful nonetheless (and hey, maybe they’re on your list!). I haven’t shared anything from Tradlands or Les Sublimes because the featured items are exactly what I would be after – so make sure to click here to see what they’ve got!  If you do pick anything up, don’t forget to use code COMMUNITY10  to save 10% and share your purchases on Instagram with the hashtag #garmentcommunity.

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    The Everywoman Campaign

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    It all started with an Instagram post. Free Label was a brand I started following after seeing them featured in one of the garment‘s online pop-up shops. In fact, I had just recently placed an order for my first piece from them (the must-have Andie bra). The post was calling for models – regular women of all shapes and sizes – for what would become the everywoman campaign. The models would share their measurements to help women visualize the clothing on different bodies that might be more like their own and to see how the sizes would actually fit.

    Before I could talk myself out of it, I grabbed my measurements and submitted them. The next thing I knew I had been selected for the shoot and the date had been set.

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