Just like I said in my last outfit post, I love to make the most out of my closet. I’m wearing my comfortable and super soft gym leggings as everyday outfit and dress them up with a beautiful organic blouse and black boots. A big black vegan bag holds my laptop and necessities for work and uni while looking elegant.
I’m currently obsessed with blouses and finding ethical and sustainable pieces that are office appropriate and look elegant with an edge. This white blouse is the classic office blouse new interpreted. It has long sleeves which makes it perfect for the colder months and a comfortable wide fit. The sides can be tied up to cinch the waist which adds an interesting detail. I tied them up to bows for a feminine, more fun everyday look. The blouse is made form 100% organic cotton and I am wearing a size S.
Movinun manufactures ethically and handmade using mostly GOTS certified organic cotton which is sustainable and contributes the protection of our planet. Even their threads are GOTS certified, as well as their zippers and buttons.
The buttons are created by local artist from porcelain, each being unique. The company uses recycled paper and their own scraps of fabric to make sustainable packaging and aim towards a zero waste production.
And if that wasn’t enough, they use green energy like wind and solar energy to power their designing facilities. Additionally, they want to enable opportunities for underprivileged which is why part of our production is made by Želva d.o.o., a company that employs people with disabilities. Movinun is definitely a company that cares about the planet and people and it reminds me every time I wear my beautiful blouse!
This comfortable and soft pair of leggings is actually active wear and I love wearing them to the gym. But conscious consumers use their clothing to the fullest. That’s why I wear them to bed, in the plane aaaand paired with this gorgeous blouse. Because -sorry Blair Waldorf – leggings are pants! They make a perfect contrast to the wide and structured blouse and feel like lounge wear while still looking elegant. The organic cotton jersey fabric is soft and warming. They are sustainably and ethically made in Egypt by SEKEM, an economic project that supports fair and sustainable businesses in Egypt.
I’ve featured these beauties in one of my latest outfit posts already. I love that large zipper on both sides of the shoe and that chunky heel that makes walking in them so easy and comfortable. They are PETA approved, made ethically in Portugal from breathable microfibre and are water resistant.
I’ve had my eye on the Alexandra K purses for a while now. I always wanted one of her little bags but when my bestie Sarah got herself one of the Maxi tote bags in a soft blue colour, she convinced me that I need one in my life. So I ranked the Maxi tote bag in Blackberry high on my wish list and on my 21st birthday it sat on my bed in all of it’s beauty – gifted by my perfect boyfriend. My laptop fits perfectly in it, there are a lot of little pockets inside so that everything stays organised, it is structured and perfect for work, uni and traveling – which is basically my life. It has a zipper and a buckle made from gold hardware (you can choose between gold and silver).
It is ethically handmade in Poland from synthetic fabric and has won the Vegan Fashion Award. Other than lots of vegan bags, it is not made from highly toxic chemical compounds like PVC.
[This blog post includes PR samples and it is sponsored :)]