No Longer Grey

The sartorial experiments and ramblings of a girl named Sarah

Category Archives: lifestyle

Serendipitous Shopping

by Sarah on May 7, 2017, no comments

I had just come off of a red eye flight, was jammed into the bowels of London’s underground, and hadn’t slept in 26 hours when I saw them. Red suede, block heel, back zip. They were dream boots that I hadn’t known I’d been dreaming of until we met. They seemed to almost glow amid […]

A Very Sort of BTS

by Sarah on April 18, 2017, one comment

A very sort of behind the scenes. I went out and took some pictures with friends. There was a big swing, loads of fresh April mud, and one very big red bow involved.

Resolutions 3.0

by Sarah on December 31, 2016, no comments

Last year I resolved to get rid of clothing that doesn’t spark joy. I’m going to give myself half a point here, because I did sort through my clothing, but most of it is sitting under my bed, waiting to find a new home. Still gotta do that. I wanted to only buy clothing that […]

Informed Consumption 101

by Sarah on June 20, 2016, 3 comments

The hardest part about being an informed consumption¬†is the informed part. It’s so much easier to just pick up something cute, and buy it. But being an informed consumer is important (if you want to know more, check our my Earth Day post!) To make it just a little easier, the POST method can help […]

Is Fashion Frivolous?

by Sarah on May 31, 2016, 6 comments

There are a billion stereotypes about the fashion industry. That no one eats more than three pieces of pasta per year. That everyone is catty. That you can’t be a guy and work in fashion without also being gay. But beyond those, there’s also this underlying assumption that fashion just isn’t that important. It’s seen […]