#HaulTalk: “I’m Scared to Date”

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An Instagram Shop Owner’s Guide to Thrifting

For teacher-turned-thrifting goddess Savannah Ward, starting a one-woman Instagram shop wasn’t a play for extra cash, but rather, an attempt to give the people what they wanted. “The people,” AKA Savannah’s adoring followers, had been fawning over her thrifted apartment decor on social media for months.

Broke Girl’s Guide To Budgeting

Shopping is beyond therapeutic for me. It’s my drug. I get a high when I find that $50 Anthropologie candle marked down $32, and I’m a sucker for a Madewell flash sale and can quickly find myself accumulating upwards of $100 on things I never knew I needed.

Sunday Best

There’s something really simple and beautiful about Sunday. It’s the last day of the weekend, when time moves slightly slower; the blissful buffer day between that Saturday rager and the Monday morning snooze-button exhaustion loop.

The 4th of July Playlist Our Office Has On Repeat

It’s Independence Day eve! Light a sprinkler, fire up the grill, and get down with our rockin’ July 4th playlist.

Why This Under-the-Radar City Should Be Your Next Travel Destination

Chiaki Samonte, our graphic designer, took a trip to Mexico City and captured it all with her trusty camera. The result? A vivid, evocative, collage of memories.

This YouTuber “E-Designs” Her Subscribers’ Homes

Kristen McGowan - design lover, YouTuber, and enthusiastic new member of the #StyleHaulFam - sat down with us last week to discuss interiors, content creation, and what it’s been like transitioning from making the occasional guest appearance in her boyfriend’s videos, to being the boss lady of her own little corner of the internet. Here, below, is our chat.

Meet the LA Woman Who Sells Handmade Bagels on Instagram

When Ari Skye lost her job a couple of years ago, she found herself. She also found bagels.

How One Sustainable Brand is Changing the Intimates Market

MADI Apparel is a sweatshop-free, locally made, sustainable intimates line with a buy one, give one business model. Here. below, MADI’s founder Hayley Santell talks to us about what inspired her to start her company, and what it takes to maintain it.

How These Best Friends’ Simple Hygiene Solution is Changing the World

EMBR co-founders Emily Moon and Bre Conn are women united in best-friendship and in business. Here, below, they talk to us a bit about being clean, helping others, and what it really means to live life with open hands.