About Me

photo by Lauren Weaver

Hello & Enchanté!

I believe in style & simplicity, which means I think you can have a lovely functional wardrobe without a ton of stuff. I believe less is more in what “works best for you” sort of way. If that means buying clothes you love and will wear often, great! If that means making clothes you will love and wear often, great! If that means thrifting your way to a wardrobe you will love & wear often, great! There are so many wonderful ways to build a wardrobe you love.

Simplicity is not boring, contrary to what our culture is constantly telling us, simplicity is loving what you have and being intentional when adding things to your wardrobe, your home, or your schedule. Simplicity is choosing to get creative with what you already have, remaking or repurposing so it works best for you. Sometimes it means learning a new skill, or downsizing your possessions. 

Style & Simplicity are not contrary to one another, in fact, they complement one another in a beautiful way that elevates life to more than just buying clothes and loving the wardrobe you wear in your day-to-day life. 

I am a fashion stylist with 9 years of experience. While living in California in 2015, I started working at Stitch Fix which led me to ask a lot of questions about the fashion industry. In 2017, shortly after moving back to Colorado, I began working at wearwell, an ethical fashion subscription service focused on supporting women-focused & women-owned businesses in the ethical fashion sphere. With wearwell, I curated hand-picked selections for my clients of new ethical & sustainable styles, vegan styles, and secondhand styles.

Clothes have the power to encourage us to do the hard things and comfort us when we just need to relax. My wardrobe is full of ethical fashion pieces, thrifted pieces, old fast fashion, and vintage garments that give me flexibility & empower me when getting dressed each day. 

I’m so glad you’re here and can’t wait to show you how I am embracing slow fashion & simplicity in my daily life!

Memorial for my Grandfather
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