WARNING: If you have poor self control, hide your credit card from yourself right NOW.
I’m not kidding. When I first stumbled across Reformation, I literally died. I seriously couldn’t deal.
Everything is SOOOO FREAKING CUTE.
To make my obsession even worse, Reformation is about more than creating beautiful clothes: Everything from The Reformation is made in USA annnddd they are an environmentally friendly brand. They even purchase carbon offsets for shipping.
I’m a total sucker for brands that are about more than just creating beautiful products. I like supporting companies that actually stand for something greater than looking good.
Yael Aflalo founded Reformation on the idea that clothing can be both beautiful and sustainable. In her own words from this interview with Out Of Order Magazine The Reformation team believes “You can change the world without changing your style.”
Love it. I couldn’t agree more.
What I like most about Reformation, is the subtle, unique details of each piece.
They ride the line between timeless and trendy. All of their pieces have unique details, but they’re not overwhelmingly trendy.
AKA i’ll be rocking their clothes long past a hot minute.
Take the Lazuli Dress I picked up for example: just a basic black casual dress, but check the details —->
Mr. A’s is our absolute favorite restaurant in San Diego. Our good friend George works there so Nico and I love going to visit him! Today we had these delicious donuts, a must try if you’re a foodie in the San Diego area.
OH, BTW: The Reformation always offers their products in a few different colors. For example, the Lazuli Dress I’m wearing in this post comes in three different colors.
I also purchased the Fiore Dress below, which I plan to wear next weekeend in Vegas! Nico and I are going to see our favorite comedian Aries Spears. I’ll definitely post about the trip next weekend.
I hope you guys like this brand, and definitely let me know what you think about The Reformation in the comment section below.