OOTD: Komodo

Strolling down the sustainable webshop http://www.watmooi.nl I discovered the English brand Komodo. Their goal is to design beautiful clothes and at the same time to bring fair jobs in developing countries. People who work hard to make our clothes deserve respect and fair wages. The founder of Komodo believes that it is a privilege to be able… Continue reading OOTD: Komodo

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Wat Mooi – Sustainable Fashion Favorites For The Autumn

Sustainable fashion has the bad reputation of being hippy, lumpy, itchy, hempy and unstylish. Nowadays producing ethical fashion and good looking pieces is becoming more of a priority for brands. It can be hard to look for those brands but luckily some web shops make it easy for us to find them. I want to… Continue reading Wat Mooi – Sustainable Fashion Favorites For The Autumn

12 Loco Things Dutchies Do Part 2

This month I celebrate that I live in The Netherlands for three years. It’s the third country I have lived in and the third one I call home. Before NL I lived in Germany. I thought I didn’t need to integrate or learn about the culture anymore. But the past three years have totally shown me the… Continue reading 12 Loco Things Dutchies Do Part 2

Sustainable Sunglasses from Dick Moby

On my search for sustainable sunglasses, I found the Amsterdam based brand: Dick Moby. Tim and Robbert are the founders of this cool brand. They went on a surfing trip and were confronted with this huge plastic-in-the-ocean problem. With a big love for the sea, which surfers and sailors usually have, Tim and Robbert are motivated… Continue reading Sustainable Sunglasses from Dick Moby

Learn About: Semi-Synthetic​ Fabrics

In this new series on my blog, I explain about natural and synthetic fabrics. There is a category that fits in the middle, which I am going to write about here. I am talking about semi-synthetic fabrics. Those fabrics are made from a combination of a natural raw material with a synthetic material. The most… Continue reading Learn About: Semi-Synthetic​ Fabrics

Learn About: Synthetic Fabrics

In the journey towards a more sustainable wardrobe, I came across the topic of fabrics. The production of garments whether from natural or synthetic fabrics cost a lot of resources. Natural fibers have a better impact on the environment than synthetic ones. But in order to know more about this topic, I will show you… Continue reading Learn About: Synthetic Fabrics

Learn About: Natural Fabrics

In the journey towards a more sustainable wardrobe, I came across to the topic of fabrics. A topic I never cared, until I started to learn more about the problem that synthetic fabrics bring to our oceans. The production of garments whether from natural or synthetic fabrics cost a lot of resources. But natural fibers… Continue reading Learn About: Natural Fabrics

Vegan-Friendly​​ Restaurants In Mallorca

Paella, chorizo, serrano ham, octopus, calamari, albondigas... Aside from gazpacho all of the typical Spanish dishes are anything but vegan. The good news is that the vegan community is growing all over the world, also in Mallorca, where you can find tasty and comforting plant-based food. During my stay in the northern part of Mallorca, I… Continue reading Vegan-Friendly​​ Restaurants In Mallorca

OOTD: Halla Halla

Summertime. Who doesn't love it? The perfect time to go to the beach, relax and sunbath. For this, I was looking for a sustainable swimsuit, and I discovered the Finnish swimwear brand Halla Halla. For their pieces, they use a fabric made from recycled plastic bottles and fishing nets found in the oceans. By this, Halla… Continue reading OOTD: Halla Halla

Fashion Must-have: Little Black Dress

A Little black dress or better known as 'LBD' is a black simple and short dress. The origins date back to the 1920s designs of Coco Chanel. The intention was to create a trend that is long-lasting, versatile, and in a neutral color.  An LBD is essential in a woman wardrobe. It can be dressed up… Continue reading Fashion Must-have: Little Black Dress