So proud to see my plant dyed bamboo silk being made into such beautiful garments over on @sage_and_stars - these robes are just perfect for your wedding day or for your bridesmaids, and they’re kind to the Earth too!
Loving this Masterclass vid with @jameshillman (and I STILL feel like that about trade shows 😳) In our October Masterclass, James has some fantastic trade show tips but most importantly takes us step-by-step through a fashion calendar and takes incredible advice on how to get totally clear on your critical path. This clip is from the Masterclass, "The Design Process". (If you're not a Member already and would like to know more - sign up to find out: http://bit.ly/TheMembersClub)
From my latest blogpost on finding glasses and browsing through the vintage collection of @lunettesselection. Find the link in my bio. 🤓 I am wearing vintage garments paired with a @gracyq_fashion peplum jacket. Have a cozy evening! 🌙
Jacket and glasses were given to me as free #advert samples.
Top 5 January clearance customer picks #1 BEST SELLER: The Ballast Coated Subway Pant made from organic cotton with sheen coating and tie-dye technique. #madeinla#capsulewardrobe#ecofashion Enter code: JAN2018 for 40% off SALE at rawearthwildsky.com
Flowers that look like broccoli? You had me at hello! 🙈😍🥦 Happy conscious Wednesday, magical souls! Today, I want to talk about a topic I adore: sustainable & mission-driven fashion! How incredible is it that we, as consumers, get to reshape the way companies do business?! Ever thought about that? Or the fact that we can reshape the second most polluting industry after oil?! (Yes, I’m talking about the fashion industry) Fast fashion contributes to 57 billion pounds of waste (from toxic dyes) being dumped into our rivers, and 14 million tons of unused non-biodegradable clothing being sent to landfills every year! And...YOU can change that! All it takes is a little bit of research, reading labels, supporting the right brands, and building a minimalist mindset where you are not attached to material things nor let them define you. You buy what you actually need, reuse and reduce as much as possible, and buy products that contribute positively to our planet. Here are some examples. See the brown and blue bracelet I’m wearing? It’s made of Nepalese flags, Himalayan quartz, recycled brass, hemp AND will build a school in Nepal. Yes!! The profits of this spiritual and earth-friendly bracelet will give birth to education! (Head to www.darchoproject.com to learn more and support. Only 200 made!) The white sweater I’m wearing is part of @xcviofficial 2017 collection that was made with RoHS certified nontoxic dyes (contain no harmful metals or chemicals) by artisans getting a fair wage and humane working conditions. (Read more about it and get discount code on my blog) And lastly, my earrings which I’ve worn more than 30 times in a year. They are by @mpwears and were handmade by artisans in Colombia who are able to make a fair and healthy living and work in safe places thanks to companies like @mpwears. Daily basic choices that make a difference. We all can do it! Who agrees? ☺️🌎♻️ Watch my IG stories highlights (IG profile) for more. #createchange#liveconsciously#sustainablefashion#naturelover#giveback
Have you seen these little fair fashion outfit on the blog yet? I am wearing a bunch of favourites here, including this super cozy cardigan that I got for my birthday and my favourite second hand jeans (that I need to get fixed because they actually have a hole), and of course the beautiful necklace from @stadtelster_jewelry that is all handmade in Germany and has porcelain pearls. Find out more on the blog 😊
Oh hey there Wednesday. Yes - we're done with you too 👋 Channel your inner Kate Moss, circa 1994, and focus on it nearly being the weekend. Apparently this is the most depressing week of the year (eugh) but it is dull and grey and cold outside here in the UK. If you want the world to look a bit brighter, then send us a request for bright tinted lenses with your Retrospecs! We will always try our hardest to sort things for you, so if you're after a certain look (who wouldn't want to be 1990s Kate?) just send us a photo of what you want and we'll see what we can do!
Myös kankaisissa korvakoruissa on hyödynnetty olemassa olevaa materiaalia. Kankaat ovat luomupuuvillaa ja niistä löytyy seuraavat värit: musta, violetti, vihreä ja "petrol brush" (kuvassa). Tapit hopeaa. Kankaat ovat ylijäämää yritykseltä @kaikoclothing
Korvakorut 15€. ******
These fabric earrings are made of surplus material. Color options are black, purple, green and "petrol brush" (picture). Sterling silver stud. Fabrics from @kaikoclothing