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Style Destino is my personal style space bout cruelty-free and vegetarian style. Fashion is not above someone's life and it is irresponsible when someone makes a fashion choice that involves taking a poor animal's life. I believe in style that has a conscience. We are in 21st century where technology has advanced immensely, there are myriad options available and any person with a desire can make things happen. So it is sheer selfishness and irresponsible behaviour when people make unethical fashion choices. Through StyleDestino I share everything cruelty-free and ethical in my style. I do not use any handbags, shoes or accessories made from leather (animal skin), the make-up I use is also vegetarian and cruelty free. Luxury and compassion can coexist stylishly and Style Destino is an attempt to prove just that. Vegan fashion is not about dowdy clothes, cheap bags, or tawdry shoes. I can just easily be vegan and trot in my Olsen heels, sporting a Stella McCartney luxurious vegan handbag while showing off my red lips painted with OCC lip tar!! I travel the world around and never find dearth of stylish, high quality vegetarian fashion.


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Emily in Paris - Financially Reckless and Disaster When it Comes to Sustainability

 Have you watched the TV Show Emily in Paris?

Not only did I find Emily in Paris clichéd and uninspired (and the style of the main character tacky most of the times), the show was also very unrealistic financially and a disaster when it comes to sustainability…

The show practically teaches you that being financially reckless is glamorous. A novice social media strategist wearing new {designer} outfits and bags every day make no sense at all – financially or practically.

Her spending and lifestyle habits set a wrong example, especially for the young viewers, when it comes to sustainability and managing your money. She’s driving around in taxis in an expensive city like Paris instead of taking public transport (a common practice by people in her salary bracket). And all those fancy restaurants she’s spotted dining in. Dah….!

I know, I know. Emily in Paris is not about sustainability or money. But just because it's not, doesn’t mean the show writers can’t be creative with believable characters that can lead a glamorous life, without being financially reckless.

The famous stylist Patricia Field featured 52 looks outfits in the first season of EIP. Yes, 52 looks….. Who can afford a new designer outfit everyday {or sometimes more than one new outfit a day} on a tight salary of a beginner?

I’m tired of seeing TV and movie characters that are financially illiterate and have no idea what they are doing with their spending.

It's 21st-century people, can’t we be more realistic in how we portray our TV characters? And what about styling the character keeping in mind her budget constraints? She’s not a media mogul but basically a fresher in the digital marketing world.

The show is practically glamorizing spending “beyond your means” and “not being a responsible consumer”.

Key takeaways from the show (aka mistakes to avoid that Emily makes in the show):

  • Spend on things you can afford. 
  • Learn to save and invest your money before spending mindlessly. Learn about the power of compounding and make sure to get your health insurance and regular investments kickstarted. 
  • Repeat your outfits, its a sustainable and smart choice. When you desire something new and lavish. 
  • Look-up for pre-owned stores and swap options.


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