Aventura

Fashion Review

 

 

 

 

 

Poncho:  Aventura // Scarf:  Aventura // Pants:  Banana Republic (old, similar here) // Denim Jacket:  Kensie (similar here and here) // Boots:  Lucky Brand (another similar pair) // Backpack:  Embrazio
Hello everyone!  Today I want to introduce a brand called Aventura. For those of you who have a goal to be more eco friendly this is the brand for you.  They are family owned and operated based in Sierra Nevadas.  They began doing research in 2001 on using organic and sustainable fibers to use in the making of their clothing.  With having organically farmed cotton, they are able to not use chemical pesticides, synthetic fertilizers and genetic engineering.
Today over 75% of their styles use lower impact or sustainable materials.  They are a partner of Uncommon Threads which is an organization that is providing clothing for domestic violence survivors.  Aventura also donates clothing to women in need, helping them feel empowered and return to work feeling confident and professional.
I feel like a company that partners with great organizations is always a plus in my book.  Plus, they are partnering with a company like Uncommon Threads which is helping women basically get back on their feet.  I love learning about brands that are working towards the greater good. Their clothing quality in general is really amazing.  I wore this poncho a few times already and I’ve actually never had a poncho with sleeves so when I first tried it on I was very
confused haha.  Y’all should’ve seen my face, it was pretty funny.  The scarf is also from Aventura and it’s so warm.  I
don’t normally go for blue colors, but I saw this scarf and loved this specific color blue.
Also, I just wanted to highlight the power of making and doing your hair and what not.  I was extremely sick in these pictures.  This was before I found out I had a sinus infection and started antibiotics.  Usually when I’m sick or if I’m just feeling under the weather emotionally I do my hair and makeup to pick myself up.  I wanted to also give a big thanks to my mom for getting me these boots and this denim jacket for Christmas.  I’m so in love with both of them and I can’t
wait until it gets a little warmer so that I can actually wear the jacket.
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**Please note I received this poncho and scarf as a review,
however all opinions are my own.
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