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Another fair, sustainable & vegan fashion quicky. 1 outfit, 3 photos and just a few words.

Sweater by Armed Angels €70
Navy high waisted pants by Noumeonon €160
Black Derby shoes by Wills Vegan Shoes £80
Blush pink bag by Labante (my bff Sarah’s bag is by Labante as well)
Pink vegan silk scarf by JAN’ N JUNE €35
Old beret

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The sweater

I believe in equality between women and men. Fashion is no exception. Boy, wear those heels and nail polish and girl, shop that men’s wear. This sweater is borrowed from my boyfriend. It is made from organic cotton and ethically manufactured. It’s thin, soft and comfortable – a great basic.

The bag + scarf

Labante has some cute vegan bags and this blush pink one is my current favourite. The scarf is vegan and made from recycled plastic bottles. How dope is that? It also adds a glamorous touch and a pop of colour to the bag and outfit.

The shoes

I wear those all the time. They are my go-to shoes. Black so that they match every outfit, flat and comfortable and an elegant style so that they won’t look too casual. Vegan and ethically made.

The pants

Damn those are comfortable. So much belly room for food. And you can easily wear them all-year-round. Layer thick tights or stockings or even leggings under them for freezing cold winters and combine with a crop top in summer.

Processed with VSCO with m5 presetThis look includes PR samples but this post is not sponsored 🙂

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