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I know, I know. I haven’t posted as much fair, vegan & sustainable fashion-related content lately. Even though outfit posts are my vegan guide favourite type of blog posts and actually the reason why I started my blog, I just had so many other blog posts that I wanted to do and that were highly requested like my vegan guide or the 30 facts about me. But now to the outfit. It’s vegan, fair & sustainable as always.

Blazer by Ekyog (not available anymore but similar ones)
White t-shirt by Vatter €40
Jeans by Armed Angels €100
Shoes by Mireia Playa (not available anymore but similar ones)
Pink bag by Labante
Pink vegan silk scarf by JAN ‘N JUNE €35
Bracelets by Labante

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The bag is my current favourite. The blush pink colour brightens up my dark (mostly black) outfits and the pink vegan silk scarf fits perfectly with the bag. I love the chain strap detailing of the bag because I can adjust the length of the chain. The shoes are from last season and I like them a lot. They are very comfortable yet still give you a little height with that chunky heel. I feel like they look like shoes a designer like Prada would do but without the cruelty. They are vegan and ethically made.

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You probably know the jeans by now. Organic, vegan, sustainable and ethically made by Armed Angels. I know it is a little pricey. But it is my only pair of jeans (except some old American  Apparel ones that are way too big on me now) and I wear them SOOO often. It is hard to find a vegan and good-looking high waisted pair of jeans that are ethically made. I can recommend these ones.
The blazer is another favourite of mine. A new one though. I’ve been looking for an ethically made pantsuit for so long. Then I found the label Ekyog and was so happy to find this blazer. It is a tiny bit too big on me since (I think) I lost a little weight from working out more often (I don’t weigh myself) so I bought my regular size which turned out to be not my size anymore. But it still looks super cute and I’ve been wearing it so often since I got the blazer and matching pants.
I cannot say it enough. Do the planet, animals and people a favour and by yourself a fair & sustainable white t-shirt. This one is by Vatter and is made from GOTS certified organic cotton. You’ll wear it so often and feel good about your choice everytime you’ll wear it.

This blog post includes PR samples but it is not sponsored 🙂

Author: liviavanheerde

My name is Livia and I blog about a sustainable, ethical and vegan lifestyle. I live in Vienna and London where I study Environmental ScienceI. I am especially passionate about fair, eco-friendly and vegan fashion and you'll find lots of outfit ideas on this blog and my Instagram page.

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