As my friends and regular readers know, I promote cruelty-free fashion and a compassionate lifestyle. People, animals and our planet should not be exploited and suffer.
I’m happy that many companies and businesses are getting on the bandwagon, but it’s the consumers that make it happen.
What we buy, they will supply.
For example: did you know that the fashion trends of the 1920s saved the birds? What we buy and what we won’t buy makes all the difference.
These long cardigans were bought this summer at a sidewalk sale in another beach town on Lake Huron. It’s one of those times I can’t decide on the colour. Does that ever happen to you? The sleeves and pockets are embellished with embroidery and lace trim.
White cotton sweater from Zacks (Canadian store)
While teaching September dance classes for four weeks in Waterloo (near where I used to live) I found out one of my dance students has a charming cottage in Kincardine (where I live now). What a special day to spend it with her and her family and friends, and enjoy this amazing autumn sunset!