Here’s my Rock ‘n’ Roll meets pin-up look. I got the dress from Revolve and the jacket is an oldie from Nasty Gal. This cadet cap from Lack of Color has also been in constant rotation for me the past year.
Speaking of going green, my partner and I have also made a collective decision to consume a plant-based diet (with occasional wild-caught seafood) last night after watching 2 enlightening documentaries that educated us about the food industry. I urge you guys to check them out. They’re called Food Inc. and Eating Animals. The documentaries cover the mistreatment and abuse of animals in factory farms to slaughterhouses, and how factory farms are negatively affecting society by bringing in more diseases while polluting our environment with viruses. The meat industry is dominated by a few companies, who pressure farmers to convert to factory farms with their contracts for the sake of profit. Factory farms force animals to live in confined spaces with no sunlight and dreadful conditions. These animals are raised so ill that 80% of the antibiotics from our pharmaceutical companies go towards these animals.
As of late, I’ve been really reflecting my title as