Thanks to Generation Z, thrifting is trending, and I’m not mad about it. It’s a trend that helps the environment and brings back styles from iconic eras.
Though I’m not mad that thrifting is trending (and has been for a while), I am a little upset that a recent debate to surface the fashion world and its many subsections is thrifted versus fast fashion.
Even though I’m late to the party, I wanted to give my brief opinion on the subject.
Summer 2020: Jamilah spends too much money on unnecessary pairs of prescription glasses.
Now she spends her mornings figuring out what to wear with five different pairs of glasses.
Here is an example.
As an African-American woman, my hair is a big part of my culture, and I wanted to share my journey with my thick, 4C natural hair.
During this time of quarantine, I haven’t stopped working out.
I decided to do Chloe Ting’s 2-Week Shred Challenge, which honestly took me more than two weeks, and here are the results.
For the final week of my “Outfits of the Week” mini series situation (?), I decided to create outfits that consist of hand-me-down items I’ve been given.
No matter how much older I get, I will always appreciate used, hand-me-down items.
Spring break definitely didn’t go as planned.
My friend and I still did our trip to Asheville, but everything else was pretty much cancelled. I started my spring break in a tiny house in Weaverville, NC and ended my spring break in my bedroom in my grandparents’ basement where there is only one tiny window as a source of light.
With all that being said, enjoy a chaotic video of my spring break outfits.