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Los Angeles, CA 90014

Daughters of Culture specializes in high performance active wear for the modern woman in her busy lifestyle, focusing on vibrant, one-of-a-kind prints from around the world. The trend-driven collection transitions effortlessly throughout the day from hot sunrise yoga to a steamy date at dusk! Luxurious, waterproof and anti-microbial material has four-way stretch for a naturally flattering fit, a comfort waistband with top stitch elastic to prevent any fabric roll, and quick-dry moisture wicking.  Bra tops and tankinis are manufactured with comfortable, soft fabrics and designed to capture a woman’s graceful back, featuring crisscross straps, mesh detailing and an array of unique colors. Daughters of Culture makes every day extraordinary with culturally inspired prints that stand out from the crowd. Get ready for compliments wherever you go!

OM Living

There is harmony, peace and bliss in this simple but deeply philosophical sound.

Adulting is {Hard}

PEGGY KHOUCASIAN

ALL THE FEELINGS…

Oh, feelings. Ooey-gooey, complicated, messy, uncomfortable feelings. Showing the most vulnerable parts of our soul in a bleeding mess of emotions is terrifying, because we feel judged, rejected, teased, or told we are overreacting, and our feelings become invalidated. And? Maybe we’ve denied empathy to other people, too, when they’ve exhibited emotions, and so we feed a terrible cycle that forces people to hide their sentiments deeply inside their hearts.

Feelings are not rational, however -- that is why they are feelings! When someone is afraid of something, suffers from depression or is simply jealous of another person – the ‘feelings’ part of that isn’t coming from a logical ‘thinking’ place. Honoring how you feel, vs. repressing things, lets you deal with the moment and then take action. The key is truly what you do with your feelings (and knowing how to take care of yourself when you’re not in the right venue to fully express them). By the same token, how you deal compassionately with others when they exhibit feelings they don’t know what to do with is only fair. Should someone just haul off and clock you because they’re angry? Of course not. Should you stand up in tears at your sister’s wedding because she’s getting married and you’re not? Also inappropriate. But simply ordering someone not to feel something, or making out that their feelings are an overreaction diminishes them as a person and invalidates them. Reacting to someone in this manner instead of being patient never, ever helps! I know. Adulting is hard =)

Designer & Stylist: Peggy Khoucasian / Writer: Christie Cole

Photographer: Camila Cardozo / Model: Katrina Amato