What do you eat when you get late night cravings? 🍜 Had the cutest experience at a ramen restaurant ...
————— 𝐏𝐀𝐘 𝐈𝐓 𝐅𝐎𝐑𝐖𝐀𝐑𝐃 —————
It’s not often you come across people that truly believe in giving-to-give, especially when our generation has been conditioned to think more selfishly. A couple next to Henry and I noticed that we had left the same club, and a conversation together began to take off. After each of us had finished our yummy bowls of ramen, the couple paid for our meal. We were taken aback. To put things in perspective, we’re often delivering random acts of kindness ourselves. It just feels so strange whenever we experience that same gift. They left us with a sweet message, “Pay it forward”. We responded, “We will.” ❤️ ————————————————————
Top night-eats: noodles, hsp, tea
Awkward family photos for Friendsgiving 2019 with #MIPSanFrancisco 🥼👨👨👧👧👖
I may not be running with them like I used to, but its been so nice to catch up with old friends. I appreciate y’all for always showing love ♥️
Thanks for hosting @artiffact & extending the invite @criiisjay
Here I go again wearing all black but oh well... that’s my style ✨🖤
Yesterday and today were beautiful but very hot so I’m looking forward to the next couple days of rain we should be expecting! 🌧
What’s the weather like where you live? Would you prefer this California hot weather in the middle of November?!
If people'd start paying more attention to clothes labels Do you think this would help the environment? ♻️ This evening I was running errands with a friend when we started talking about fast fashion and its issues. ⏩⏩ We mainly focused the discussion about fabrics.🧵🧶 People are not used to check the materials their clothes are made of .In addition, it turns hard to be sustainable and incourage people to buy wool jumpers or coats when these textiles are too expensive ( from 80 to 300 €).💸💸 Even if, to be fair, natural fibers wouldn't be the response to a problem .
I got that jumper I'm wearing on this photo a couple of years ago,during my fast fashion days. I still use to love it but it is 90% acrylic and 10% wool which is a considerable high percentage, considering that certain items are TOTALLY acrylic-made but still... That jumper,just like a 10% acrylic or a whatever synthetic fiber jumper, is a danger for the environment given that the 30% of plastic microfibers found in the oceans comes from items like the one I'm wearing above. 🌊💧 In my opinion, Vintage clothes could be a solution but not THE solution.
Buying less and WASHING our clothes more consciously would also be helpful to our days' most important quest.
What's your idea about it? 💡 .