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February 6, 2017


Great fashion is one thing, but when fashion serves a purpose..I’m sold! I’ve teamed up with the Hamilton Perkins Collection because it’s a brand where style and socially consciouness meet. HPC was founded out of a simple necessity: the need of affordable designer bags that look great, perform well and serves a huge purpose. The Hamilton Perkins ‘Earth’ bag is made out of 100% recycled bottles. Being that the average person throws out as much as 180 pounds of plastic a year which takes about 500-1,000 years to degrade-why not fix this issue by transforming it into fashion.

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Photos by: Eun Jung

Shop this look: | Quinn Bartoe coat, Thomas zip sweater, Hudson Blake jean, Creative Recreation (similar) boot, Hamilton Perkins Earth bag |

Since I’m forever on the go, this bag is essential for everyday use. I’m actually a lost puppy without my laptop or camera, but when toting multiple outfits for weekends spent shooting around the city, the Earth bag comes in handy. Whether you’re off to catch the next train or hopping on a plane, the Earth bag makes an easy and sleek carry on for every travel occasion. I’ll definitely be carrying this one to California with me on Friday! Keep up with my travels via Instagram and check out more of the Hamilton Perkins Collection here 

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  • Reply Katie February 7, 2017 at 4:38 pm

    You look amazing. Love the different shades and textures here!

    Katie | Willow and White

  • Reply EUNJUNGAHH February 8, 2017 at 8:58 pm

    Love everything about this post! Can’t wait to read about the next #ootd 🙂

  • Reply Ocean Bay February 9, 2017 at 4:55 am

    Awesome Style! Great look!

    We love the HPC Approach and its def. something more brands should do. There is just too much waste going on all around the world. Really inspiring!

    Love |

  • Reply Laura February 10, 2017 at 8:11 am

    Amazing photos as always! You look beautiful 🙂

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