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.
Because we’re slowly starting to hope for spring and declutter our wardrobes (us all, right? Riiiight?), my highlight-packed “green fashion week” review coulnd’t be more timely.
Walking the green talk can sometimes mean wearing a lot of red 😉
Trends + individual style + sustainability? Can you have the best of ALL worlds? Hell yes, you can! Here’s my brief & crisp eco-fair fashion/ decluttering guide for Spring 2017.
Summer + swimwear = love! Fast fashion + swimwear = microfibre and ethics issues. Discover a detailed, up-to-date comparison of international sustainable swimwear brands in this brand new product guide!
How the DIY jersey dress experiment ended, how the dress turned out and why it lead to vamping up a pair of shoes and upcycling a diary into a clutch.
In which I try to be a Slow Fashion maker and not only consumer. How “easy” is an easy DIY maxi dress really?
Resuming the ‘Understanding Textile Standards’ series, today we’ll have a look at the eco-fair fashion’s most prominent and important standard: GOTS 4.0 and some of their certified brands.