*this post is sponsored by Nordstrom but opinions are my own

Did you see a TON of companies change their logo in June to a rainbow?  While our community loves to see the support, it can often just be a show — it’s called rainbow washing.  When a company / brand uses the rainbow to act as though they are supportive but does nothing at all about supporting the LGTBQ+ community in any other way (donating to organizations, 

That’s why I’ve been super cognizant of the brands I work with and the companies that I support all year long.  

Nordstrom is one of those brands who shows up.  BP. came out with a whole Pride Line this year and joined forces with WILDFANG to create a gender neutral line under the belief that people should be able to wear whatever they want whenever they want.

Further, this year they have chosen to partner with Trans Lifeline, a nonprofit serving the trans community run by the trans community.  They will be giving 10% of their net sales of the BP. Proud by BP. line to the nonprofit as well as a $100,000 corporate grant towards the Trans Lifeline x FOLX Hormone Replacement Therapy Care Fund, a new fund that radically redistributes financial resources to support transgender, nonbinary and gender-nonconforming folx to be in their bodies on their term.  

Nordstrom has several of its own brands, so you know you’re supporting a good company!  Zella is one of my favs (tank + shorts below that I am living in this summer) and I love Freshly Picked, which is a beautiful bag company — they make gorgeous diaper bags and this little sling bag I’m wearing (flip flops + similar sunglasses linked below).


We have a busy summer planned and Parker has been riding horses, so I want to wear comfortable, durable yet cute things on the farms!!  Here are some of my current Nordy favs and looks from above.