ABLE Cheers to You Sale
ABLE is one of my very favorite ethical and sustainable brands. Through today, they’re offering an additional 30% off sale items in their Cheers to You Sale. To get the extra discount, use code, CHEERS.
I like ABLE because their items are:
- Made of high quality, natural materials
- Fashion-forward, but still classic
- Made with transparent, fair wages
I purchased a few items from their last sale, including the pair of denim trousers below. Since I am curvier at the hips and butt, I find that this style flatters and fits without feeling too constricting.
In the past, I’ve also purchased handbags, jewelry, and shoes from ABLE. And I can attest to their quality and longevity. I might have to do a little shopping myself before the sale ends.
I feel like this summer has given me a lot more clarity around my style. Instead of feeling tossed about by trends, I’m leaning into the style of dressing I’ve been interested in for years: a casual menswear-style a la Audrey Hepburn, but with some funky shoes and accessories.
ABLE’s items really capture the essence of that aesthetic, toeing the line between ultra-feminine and classic menswear. It’s a look that’s really versatile, too, equally suited for hanging out with friends or going to a business casual work environment.
I don’t need any more handbags, but I am particularly interested in the sport sandals, ballet flats, and pendant necklace. Sizes are very limited, so it’s best to shop asap. The sale ends tonight!
Here are my ABLE Cheers to You Sale Picks
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SHOP THE ENTIRE ABLE SALE HERE
Are you eyeing anything in the sale? How has your style shifted throughout the past year?
Leah Wise is the founder of StyleWise Blog. She has been writing, speaking, and consulting on sustainable fashion, the fair trade and secondhand supply chain, and digital marketing for over ten years. An Episcopal priest, Leah holds a B.A. in Religion from Florida State University and an M.Div. from Yale Divinity School. When not working, you can find her looking for treasures at the thrift store.