Actually Ethical Everlane Alternatives

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I’ll keep it blunt, Everlane is shady. Their “radical transparency” is a joke, their sustainability initiatives often feel like greenwashing, it’s difficult to find info about their factory standards and wages, and the recent union busting and allegations of a racist and toxic work environment just further solidify they aren’t … more

What Your Unworn Clothes Can Teach You About Personal Style

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Those unworn clothes hiding in your closet? They can teach you A TON about your personal style and what types of clothing actually work for you. Many women around the world only wear about 20-35% of their wardrobe (but believe it’s a lot higher). This discrepancy has a lot to … more

Must-Have Versatile Garments

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I love versatile clothing! Especially with a capsule wardrobe, having pieces that can be worn different ways gives you a lot more options for outfits and styling. I’ve found having a capsule wardrobe has helped me become a lot more creative with how I wear my clothes and playing around … more

Benefits of Slowing Down

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Daily life is increasingly fast-paced with more work and life demands plus the mental energy it takes being always connected through our phones and social media. Additionally consumption has sped up and we’ve been seeing an increase in cheap, disposable products over quality and craftsmanship. I don’t think this speed … more

Sustainable & Fair Fashion Lookbook

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(this post is a partnership with the featured brands, all thoughts are my own) One thing that I find challenging is wanting to – and getting requests to – showcase and share more sustainable fashion brands but being limited by the space in my capsule wardrobe. So this spring I … more

Spring 10×10 Challenge

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I decided to do the 10×10 Challenge again this spring. It’s such a fun way to do a “mini capsule” and try out some different combinations. These are the 10 items I chose Denim jacket Beige cardigan Grey cotton jumper Navy tee Sweater Cropped trousers Yellow skirt Jumpsuit Ankle boots … more

Fashion Week | Sustainable & Ethical Trade Shows

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Last week I went to Berlin Fashion Week to check out the Ethical Fashion Show and Green Showroom, as well as sustainable brands at the Premium and Seek fairs. I also went to Frankfurt for Innatex, another sustainable trade fair. These shows were for brands to sell their A/W 18/19 … more

Easy Colourful Eyeshadow

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I try to keep my makeup collection minimal but versatile. My makeup look is generally simple but I also like to be able to do more creative looks occasionally without buying new products.   The colours in my versatile eyeshadow palette are: brown (also used for brows and contour) black or … more

Fall 10×10 Challenge Recap

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This year I again took part in the fall 10×10 challenge. Created by Lee Vosburgh from Style Bee, the challenge involves selecting 10 items and styling them in 10 outfits over 10 days. What I love about this challenge is that it’s not only a great way to try out … more

Fall 2017 Capsule Wardrobe

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please note: this post contains some affiliate links   The items I’m including in my capsule wardrobe for this autumn are: 1. Wine bodysuit from Miakoda* 2. Velvet bodysuit from Underprotection (read my brand review) 3. Navy tee from Lanius 4. Black tee from Funktion Schnitt  5. Grey tee from Kuyichi … more

My love of Linen

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Linen is an amazing fabric: it’s not only wonderful to wear, but is also the oldest known fibre, as well as one of the most sustainable! Linen comes from the flax plant. The plants go through a process called “retting” to help separate the fibres. Flax is a bast fibre, which … more

Build a Capsule Wardrobe with Colour

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There’s a common misconception that capsule wardrobes need to be neutral coloured. Many examples are all neutrals or have a single accent colour but this doesn’t mean your capsule has to be white/grey/black as well. This misconception is also part of the confusion of minimalism as an aesthetic vs a … more

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