Now, there are some things in the vegan & fair fashion world I’m completely obsessed about that I couldn’t dare to purchase. An Alexandra K bag is one of them. This green-coloured mini tote bag is literally ‘Fall fashion goals’. It’s made ethically from vegan leather in Poland and the brand try to incorporate organic and recycled materials, as well as support local companies.
A pair of non-jeans black pants is a must in every closet. The slit in this pair is unique and makes them more interesting. The pants are ethically made from recycled material by the sustainable label Jan’n June.
I have a confession to make – a fashion confession that is: I never buy basics. I get so distracted by finding extraordinary fair fashion pieces that I forget about the foundation of the closet: the basics. This black turtleneck is an absolute classic. I always used to steal my mom’s but I think it’s time to get my own Audrey-Hepburn-turtleneck. It’s made from organic cotton (ethically, of course) and I’d wear it with the black pants and some statement boots (I’ve done a blog post about this year’s best vegan boots).
The striped People Tree top is a little more risky but could look cute with a (vegan) leather jacket and black pants as well as boots or heels or even classy flats for those warmer Fall days. People Tree is one of the most well-known fair fashion labels out there. It is ethical and sustainable using a lot of organic fabrics. The design is more classy and work-appropriate.
Another staple that I need to get my hands on: a nice black sweater. This one by Armed Angels is GOTS certified and made from organic cotton.
Now back to the fun stuff. This bordeaux jumpsuit by Armed Angels is for those “don’t know what to wear”-days. Throw it on with a hat, gloves and boots and you’re perfectly dressed.
This crop top from Noumenon would look so cute with the grey pair of boots I included in my Fall shoe list. Noumenon is a Dutch label that produces only vegan, sustainable and ethical clothes (and some beauty products).