There's a reason menswear staples have withstood the test of time. From classic silhouettes ... to durable fabrics ... to functional detailing, they're designed to be lived in. After realizing these must-have items were nowhere to be found in the women's clothing department, U.S. based clothing company, Tradlands, decided it was time to "borrow from the boys."
One of my favorite weekend rituals is taking it slow in the morning – either lounging in bed reading or writing, tidying up the apartment, or binging on the latest Netflix series with my husband. With these slow mornings comes the need for cozy loungewear, something my wardrobe has been seriously lacking in lately...
Let's face it: it's easy to get caught up in all the consumer-driven fuss of fall – stocking up on sweaters, drinking PSLs on the daily, buying every pumpkin-cinnamon-apple scented candle you get a whiff of – all of which challenge the concept of living more simply. Thankfully, there are ways to appreciate autumn intentionally – instead of falling back into old shopping habits.
It's amazing to think that with the simple click of a button, we can connect with people from all over the world who share similar values, and work together to reach a common goal. One company that's helping to bring us closer together is Minimal Exposure, a small batch clothing studio based in Cape Town, South Africa.