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.
Wolford’s Cradle To Cradle Gold certifications have sparked new discussions in the sustainable fashion scene. Read now why it’s simply not enough to use recycled fishnet or natural fibres to be truly environmentally savvy.
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.
A Neonyt day well spent brings a year of cóntent: the highlights of ethical style and the Berlin way to do fashion.
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!
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.
Has shopping elegant hosiery just got a little greener? Let’s have a look at the bluesign standard and what it means using the example of their latest partner Wolford.