No More Lonely Socks With QNOOP

Have you ever found yourself missing a sock after putting a pair in the laundry? This is very common. Researchers determined that the average person loses 1.3 socks each month and more than 15 per year. And with the average person living to 81 years of age, that adds up to a whopping 1,264 socks… Continue reading No More Lonely Socks With QNOOP

Sustainable Brand: Organic Basics

On my search for eco-friendly basic clothing, I found the Danish brand Organic Basics. The brand is based in Copenhagen and it has been active since 2015. Sustainability and ethical practices are at the core of the brand. All of the clothes from Organic Basics are made from sustainable fabrics. The most commonly used fabric is… Continue reading Sustainable Brand: Organic Basics

Sustainable Brand: Thinking Mu

Last summer during my stay in Mallorca I discovered the sustainable Spanish brand Thinking Mu. They sell clothes and accessories for man and woman. For their pieces, they use natural organic fabrics like hemp, cotton, merino wool, cashmere, banana fibers (made from banana leaves) and chrome-free leather. They also use recycled polyester from plastic bottles. By… Continue reading Sustainable Brand: Thinking Mu

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

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

Cotton VS Polyester

We are surrounded by fabrics. The clothes we wear, the sheets we sleep with, the upholstery on our furniture, the rug we walk on. We can't avoid them. Before the invention of polyester in 1941, most used fabrics were of natural origin. Wool, cashmere, silk, linen, hemp, and cotton. If you start reading the fabric… Continue reading Cotton VS Polyester

7 Beachwear Brands That Use Recycled Materials

Summer is just around the corner. It's time to go to the beach, relax and sunbath. And of course, it's time to show off your summer body. Whether you prefer a bikini or a swimsuit, let's try to make this coming season a green one. How? By investing in sustainable swimwear brands. I discovered some… Continue reading 7 Beachwear Brands That Use Recycled Materials

Top 10 Organic Cotton T-shirts

Summer is just around the corner! Let’s try to make this coming season greener than it already is. How? By investing in organic and ethically made T-shirts. You might ask yourself why to invest in organic cotton? Here some facts: – Organic cotton is grown without the use of insecticides, pesticides and chemical fertilizers. –… Continue reading Top 10 Organic Cotton T-shirts

30+ Shops To Buy Organic Clothes For Babies and Children

As soon as I discovered I was pregnant, my search for sustainable baby clothes started. I want my baby to wear natural fibers and pieces that are made for children, not 'by' children. Here is a list of brands that I have gathered so far: 4 Natural Kids Handmade organic cotton baby products. Amy and… Continue reading 30+ Shops To Buy Organic Clothes For Babies and Children

Een Iets Duurzamer Kraampakket

Giving birth in The Netherlands is totally different than in Colombia, where I am from. Starting with the fact that the pregnancy gets followed by a midwife, instead of a doctor. Another new thing for me is 'kraamzorg'. A kraamzorg carer is a person that helps the midwife during the labor. After the baby is born,… Continue reading Een Iets Duurzamer Kraampakket