One of the major problems I've had over the past year has been to beef up my content and become relatable like I used to be in 2015 and 2016 see Herehere, I have had a number of people mail me to say that I need to. That year I could see and feel the interest of my readers and it was almost a perfect blogger world. 

 Lately, I have thought on ways to bring back that drive and that is to really just create content without putting so much thought, because over the years that is what I did. My laptop recently just crashed and I am using my universities desktop Mac book, which is a great way to work on a bigger screen and see how layer my blog as I wish. 

One other thing though is to be consistent with my mode of editing something I cannot really promise. It's also difficult to take pictures with the level of accuracy that I want considering the fact that I am taking this picture myself in an environment I am getting acquainted too and my phone has become a constant challenge.

Back to today's post! I decided to shoot this picture near a trash as a metaphor because I wanted to speak on recycled fashion. I am glad people are getting to appreciate fashion that is recycled and we don't get to defensive anymore on the choice of why we buy thrift clothing. Recycled fashion is a way of preserving clothes for the greater good which can mean reselling your outfits for less instead of trashing it, or actually taking it through a recycled process for it to be repurposed. 

I am a beneficiary of the later, as I get to pick items that are unique, trendy and suits my style and of course the prices slashed down from the original price. My outfit today is from a thrift buy I love the pop of yellow, since spring is almost here. I am revisiting this cardigan and a few of my outfits restyled again through the rest of this month, as a challenge to knowing you can revamp fashion pieces in your wardrobe to suit so many purpose. I have a few blogger friends who are amazing at that Princess Audu 

I found a link where you could purchase a similar jacket Here at almost 75 pounds and I got mine for $6.99.