Still WinningDespite Everything JAYMEE WINS Career: Commercial TalentCountry: USAInstagram: @jaymee_wins I used the stage name “Jaymee Joaquin” in the Philippines where I was born and raised. I was a former TV and movie personality back then. I hosted my own TV game show and appeared as a supporting actress on TV shows and films. But …
My background is in healthcare yet when I was told in March of 2021 that I would need breast cancer surgery. I was in complete shock. My friends and family will tell you I still carried on with the same positivity and humor I share today, but naturally everything changed.
Sustainable, comfortable, fashionable shoes? VIVAIA shoes claims to be the answer. Check out our unsponsored VIVAIA shoes review below.
It’s hot outside, so you know what that means — it’s time to bring out the flats! The warmer months bring easy, breezy fashion, and a comfortable and portable flat shoe is a staple in any woman’s spring and summer wardrobe.
VIVAIA is on a mission to inspire positive change in the sartorial world; creating sustainable, eco-friendly and responsible footwear that helps consumers make conscious choices as part of a burgeoning fashion-forward movement.
With many brands turning vegan, cruelty-free and eco-friendly, as consumers have no excuse to not do our part for the environment and our world. VIVAIA was founded to create stylish footwear that is sustainable, eco-friendly and responsible.
VIVAIA is a beautiful brand I recently discovered. In all disclosure, they offered to send me a pair of their kitten heels to try out. The moment I got them, I loved them. They’re actually comfortable and super duper adorable! I couldn’t believe they were made of 6 recycled bottles!
I am typically a size US 6 and so I purchased these shoes in that size. The navy pair fits perfectly, but the smoke pair fits a little snug. I could have taken the next size up in the smoke-colored pair. The first thing I noticed when putting the shoes on, and wearing them around the house is how comfortable they are.
Since I made the decision to make my wardrobe more sustainable a lot has changed. I now own less items and see my wardrobe as an exclusive place. Only the items that completely fit my style, colour pallet and sustainability values deserve a place.
The rain has been pouring on and off for the better part of the last two weeks, so i finally accepted defeat and took these photos indoors. i picked this little corner in our room, which is a newly-added reading nook of sorts.