Sustainable Brand: SISSEL EDELBO:

The Danish brand SISSEL EDELBO makes stylish, trendy, and ethical clothes for women from vintage saris. The brand started out in 2004 by Jeanne Sissel and Christina Edelbo. They mixed their last names to named SISSEL EDELBO. The core of the brand is up-cycling vintage saris and turning them into beautiful new fashion items. Zero… Continue reading Sustainable Brand: SISSEL EDELBO:

Röhnisch: Sustainable Sportswear Brand

After a year of trying I finally have made working out a habit. In the beginning, it didn't work out because I wanted to start with 3 days per week right away. And after a week or two I just didn't take the time anymore for it. This time, I started to go just once… Continue reading Röhnisch: Sustainable Sportswear Brand

Sustainable Dress From Jan ‘n June

The season of wearing summer dresses is almost over. Before the autumn starts, I want to show you one of my favorite dresses from the sustainable brand 'Jan ‘n June'. If you still don't know this German label, read all about it here on an older blog post. On this series of pictures, I am… Continue reading Sustainable Dress From Jan ‘n June

Dresses To Wear As A Guest On A Wedding

Weddings are my favorite celebrations. It's a good occasion to dress up, practice make-up skills and finally wear the high heels that are dusting in the closet. Since fair fashion has become more popular, the styles are changing and becoming something more than the typical hippy itchy hempy dress. After checking out some of my favorite… Continue reading Dresses To Wear As A Guest On A Wedding

Alchemist: Sustainable Dutch Brand

Last year I discovered the brand Alchemist. Scrolling down the sustainable webshop http://www.watmooi.nl I found the new items added from the Dutch brand. On this post I am going to show you how I style my favorite t-shirt from their summer collection. But first, a little information about this conscious brand. Alchemist is a high-end… Continue reading Alchemist: Sustainable Dutch Brand

Sustainable Brand: Teym

Scrolling down Instagram I found an Amsterdam based brand that caught my attention: Teym. As soon as I started researching I fell in love with their ethical vision. Sustainability, minimalism, and quality are at the core of Teym. The brand launches only one item per year. The goal is to create One Impeccable Wardrobe; one… Continue reading Sustainable Brand: Teym

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: B.Young

Scrolling down the sustainable webshop http://www.watmooi.nl I found the Danish brand: b.young. B.young is not per se sustainable, but they are making a change and started a line called b.fair. The intention is that in the future all of the b.young items will be sustainable and ethically made. B.fair is all about responsible production, sustainable… Continue reading Sustainable Brand: B.Young

Tips For Having A Sustainable Wardrobe

Congratulations for wanting to start a sustainable wardrobe. The first thing you need to know is that it will take some time before you have a wardrobe that is 100% sustainable. But don't be discouraged. You have taken already a good step. The following tips will help you to achieve a sustainable wardrobe: Start by unsubscribing… Continue reading Tips For Having A Sustainable Wardrobe

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