Keeping fashion and feminism hand-in-hand, this issue's reads include Year of Girl Empowerment and Female Fronted Bands. Getting to know the woman behind the chef, blogger, writer, and cover model is an interview with Tess Ward. Readers are introduced to Rae Morris, her life and success in music, and how the ladies behind the scenes in the industry and the progress they're making. Keep reading encouraging words, and maybe relate to Why It's Totally Okay To Go See A Movie Alone; ode to simultaneous self care and shedding of security blankets.
Sunday Girl is an intellectual fashion publication for women. Made to approachable and accessible, the feminist voice of each issue speaks to ambitious and creative women who want to converse deeply about a wide range of topics. Each feature and interview demands to know the women behind the brand and the face of celebrity. Using a scrapbook-like style, Sunday Girl is for the relaxed and easy going young woman, encouraging acceptance of the moment that your style and identity currently embody, without the need to grow up, change, and fit the mold.
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