Full Look:  Top (Scarf by Liberty London) , Skirt Anonyme , Earrings Elisabetta Franchi & Handbag Vikele Studio

Fierce,

I know it may not sound appropriate to talk about extra spending on non-essential things most especially due to the growing numbers affected by the COVID 19 Pandemic, however, it’s probably no secret that I’m around clothes all the time whether it’s fashion week, events season or not. From one showroom to the next, I have no choice but to tune into the latest designer drops and trends. I’ve become ultra picky when it comes to adding clothes to my wardrobe since I moved here in Barcelona, Spain and have learned to ignore the nonessential things. That being said, if you’re striving to approach fashion more sustainably this year, I wanted to share the only 12 pieces that truly matter this season.

These pieces will ensure your spring wardrobe is updated yet on-trend, but most importantly, not wasteful!

  1. MONICA SORDO JEWELRY

2. JULIA HEUER DRESS

3. CULT GAIA DRESS

4. VANINA CHOUQUET BAG

5. LYNYER EARRINGS

6. MING SARONG BY RIKA STUDIOS

7. NANUSHKA BRALETTE

8. RODEBJER DRESS

9. NADYA DZYAK BLOUSE

10. SAFSAFU EARRINGS

11. MARIMEKKO SKIRT

12. MUNTHE UMA DRESS

 

 

Full Look: Lipstick: Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Eyeshadow Natasha Denona, Mascara Hourglass Caution Extreme Lash Foundation: Charlotte Tilbury Concealer: Nars

Full outfit from Sophié Bakuridze Tbilisi, Georgia

Fierce,

Now may not be the best time to shop with the uncertain state of the economy, but if you’re going to do so, I say make it worthwhile. I’m sharing 5 beauty brands to shop while on quarantine. It is important to look after ourselves most especially during this depressing time. There are so many people fighting right now from healthcare workers to businesses – and it’s been both inspiring and heartbreaking. Many brands are stepping in to help and this is the best time to share with you all who they are.

  1. TAN LUXE The sanitizers will not be available for purchase as they’re being donated to health workers for free.

2. MAC Cosmetics They will donate $10 million to 250 local organizations around the world to support vulnerable communities affected by COVID19 through its Viva Glam campaign.

3. MURAD The Fifteen percent of all sales made through Murad.com will be donated to the No Kid Hungry organization through April 6. The organization helps feed kids affected by school closures.

4. TATA HARPER They donated hundreds of units to the medical community in LA with plans to donate more to New York too.

5. SUNDAY RILEY Not only can you get 20% off every single product from their site. They also donated 500 jars of C.E.O. Vitamin C Cream across 13 US hospitals in efforts to fight health workers irritated skin.