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时尚的未来上周我在工作间隙决定去西农场购物中心,尤其是h&m。我一直在评论别人的衣服,然后他们会告诉我——‘哦,我在h&m只花了15美元就买到了这件衣服!或者以低得离谱的价格买一件好看的衣服。我已经很长一段时间没有去商场和h & m了,所以这是一次有趣又刺激的经历!我真的不喜欢购物中心。我想知道我买什么,进来,出去。我年轻的时候很喜欢购物,尤其是在西部农场。我可以在那个没有窗户的商品城堡里呆上几个小时,对着我想要的财富流口水……幸运的是,我长大了,不再那么物质化了,更加意识到我所做的选择以及它们对其他人的影响。看着那些巧妙地陈列着去年夏天同样的回收产品的商店,人工照明和香水,拥挤的人群....我不禁想知道,我们在这里做什么?为什么我们要买这么多东西??!! i begin to feel claustrophobic and don't want to be apart of this place! i press on, focused on my destination, h & m. and wow... walking in and seeing the cutest little pleated prairie girl style tunic top for only $13 made me want to quit purusha right then and there. i mean how can i compete?! these huge companies can deliver the trendiest looks at such a low price! i hold the shirt up, want it badly for a split second, then put it back on the rack. i cruise around the store and see someone else about to buy the same shirt. that makes me feel better about not getting it. -that and it's made in china. practically everything at h & m is made in china.. explains why it's all so inexpensive! i leave h & m with a shirt for patrick (he needs clothes more than i do!) and some little hair clips for myself. pat's shirt was $14, lovely, and made in china. shopping is such a strange experience these days because it is sooo easy to forget where the items for sale come from. i've been learning a lot about the food industry and how the modern day grocery store almost disconnects us from the reality of food. produce and other foods from all over the world are available to the consumer. papaya from polynesia, spinach from china, kiwis from italy. it's quite insane how fortunate we are if you think about it! the luxury of shopping the world in your own grocery store. but then, i remember... this papaya is not organic, it took much fuel to get it here, and it's most likely not very fresh if flown in from so far. would buying this help or hurt the planet? i'm not even going to go into animal products here because that is a huge issue and a problem the u.s. is going to have to deal with sooner or later... but back to the fashion industry. it's kinda like the food industry in that we can (and probably prefer to) forget how and where the garment was made. it looks pretty and it's cheap, buy it! most retailers have their clothing made in sweatshops by women that work 18 hour days in poorly ventilated factories for very little pay. that's the reality of it, and sometimes i would really like to forget that's how a lot of items i buy are made. i realize i need to be more conscious of this. this experience at the mall, like many 'negative' experiences, i will use as fuel to fire me up about purusha and what i want it to become. i think more and more people are getting fed up with quick fix solutions, with cheaply made items that don't last, with products that negatively effect the planet and its beings. purusha will never be like h & m, it will never fit in at westfarms mall. and i don't want it to. i want purusha to be the forerunner shop for the new consumer, the one that wants his or her every hard earned dollar to support something quality and healthy for all people. i feel beyond excited when i think about where purusha will take me in the future. i have a vision of a frank lloyd wright style building, effortlessly blending in with nature- with a shop in front lit up by sunlight, filled with consumers that love the planet as much as they love themselves and with employees that love purusha and make a great wage in a tea sipping environment :) behind the shop i picture 'the factory'... but it wouldn't be like any factory i've ever seen. seamstresses and silkscreeners, dyers and marketers, making a fair wage for the labor, showing my thankfulness for them with much respect, sensible hours, kindness, and health insurance of course :) i hope to impact others lives in a positive way~ and i want to dress them well too! these dreams of purusha keep me going when i feel like it's too much work. i've been busting my ass recently, but i know it's gonna be worth it ! thank you mainstream chain stores for helping me realize what i don't want!! ... to the future i look! “我期待着未来,因为那就是我要度过余生的地方。”- 乔治F.烧伤

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Purusha夏季赠品现在只有有限的时间 - 免费男孩短裤,每一个嘌呤订单超过50美元! 没有一对是相似的!你的内裤会匹配你订购的任何衣服:)

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牛仔裤瑜伽!我最喜欢穿着我的斜坡瑜伽裤。他们是舒适的,当我觉得整天伸展时 - 我可以!但是......他们紧紧地,并且不适合所有场合(虽然我有点认为他们是!)我今天正在考虑瑜伽的牛仔裤......巡航互联网,并发现了一家伟大的瑜伽牛仔公司加拿大!第二个牛仔科公司有一些非常炎热的外观!他们都是拉伸牛仔裤的风格。我喜欢这些'lollypop'低层升起的裤子。性感!检查em!---第二个牛仔科公司

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爱这个......我真的很享受可爱的服装公司的款式,卷轴没有。我不能等待Purusha成长,这样我就可以从头开始设计自己的外表!线轴没有。72肯定会激励我! 福克斯岛衬衫 针尖衬衫 我绝对的最爱,传家宝礼服 伍德斯托克罗伯这是我要去的风格......复古变得现代,时尚变得永恒:线轴没有。72.com.

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生日蛋糕星期五,5月14日,我的宝贝家伙有他的生日:)。在他出生的大量庆祝之后,他回家在他的生日胡萝卜蛋糕的光明中反思他的梦想!

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梦想昨晚我有一个关于制作炒鸡蛋的梦想。今天早上我做了炒鸡蛋。有时梦想是如此狂野和冒险 - 令人难以置信!其他时候他们就像你的正常生活一样。昨晚我有一点两人!我喜欢当我记得我的梦想<3今天我为我的衣服创造了新的吊牌。他们来了!前面背面今天我将试图弄清楚让我冒险的梦想成真的方法!

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给自己一个礼物我认为对自己很好,这真是太重要了。当然不要透过落下并破坏自己,但请不要忽视自己!你应该不时给自己礼物。我总是觉得,如果你不能享受你的钱,那么工作的点是什么?所以继续前进,给自己一个purusha的礼物:)!每个订单都有精美的自定义在复古/再生面料中包裹着蝴蝶结和一张卡片。这是你的生活,如果你不对自己善待自己,没有其他人会!努力工作后;坐下来,放松,在线购物,呵护自己,等待您的特殊礼物来到邮件!xoxo.

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找到你的平衡Purusha Summer Line都是关于与自然美的和谐。我们每个都是美丽的 - 有时我们只是忘记!新物品每天发布!请享用!

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明天有时明天的前景就是你一天的原因。明天,我觉得总是有可能的,最有可能。现在明天是今天,今天是如此之好:)。我会整天筛选,明天去海滩,带有Solomiya的Lil Purusha Photoshoot!最后,我会在etsy上发布一些新物品!每个Etsy客户都获得个性化的说明:)我想开始在一个免费的瑜伽文胸,每次购买超过50美元!Purusha的新地球曼荼罗T恤即将推出!

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