No matter your personal style, you *can* go ethical in your fashion choices. Despite the question in the title, today’s post is a loud YES expressed only through images and some brilliant German, English, French, and Russian poetry.
Green luxury at its best: fabulous and waterproof high heels, a gorgeous (vegan) bag the colour of sunshine, and sleek laid-back basics together make a memorable — fair fashion — outfit.
Vintage pieces — an exciting world of almost unique, affordable and often really well-made clothes. Here I’m styling a trench coat and a mini dress from the late 60s with ethical, green luxury fashion accessories, a super elegant Humour Noir clutch and pointy Alina Schürfeld salmon leather flats.
A trench coat is one of those wardrobe basics that immediately level up an outfit. The style upgrade achieved when all you’re wearing are flats, a pair of slim fit jeans, and a plain shirt by simply throwing a trench coat on top? Immediate and powerful. Best part: they exist in eco-fair, as well.
I’ve talked about ditching what I call “boring” basics in order to create a minimalist, slow fashion wardrobe you are thrilled to wear any given day. Let me drive the point home once more with 3 outfits and 15 styling tips!
Ethical, wearable, colourful: 11 items – over 40 outfits. Follow these 5 simple steps to build your own capsule wardrobe. Featuring 100% ethical, beautiful and shoppable examples from summer 2018 collections.
An eco-fair fashion blog is incomplete without ethical outfit posts! But we don’t want styled outfits, so let’s see what *this* slow fashion blogger really wears.
Walking the green talk can sometimes mean wearing a lot of red 😉
This style article packs a punch: 5 OUTFITS styled for a busy week & cold weather, 11 hottest fall/winter TRENDS, 15 ethical brands, and 5 tips on building your own ethical wardrobe.
Follow these tips to be less prone to September’s fast fashion madness and to be more style- and money-savvy when shopping for an ethical wardrobe!