What I love about warmer weather is that you can wear a variety of different shoes rather than boots, boots and more boots that I wear everyday of winter and autumn. These vegan flats are a better version of ballet flats. I’m not the biggest fan of ballet flats anymore but I like them if they have straps or ribbons and details like that that spice them up. These Scotti Vegan Shoes flats are really classic and I love to wear them with a classic pair of black pants. They are ethically made in Italy from microfibre vegan leather and antibacterial breathable inner lining so don’t worry about sweaty feet. Scotti Vegan Shoes manufacture sustainably and with a zero CO2 emissions.
I’ve been wearing them a lot. They are very comfortable and made from a thin ethically sourced Tencel fabric rather than thick jeans fabric. Their fit is a classic skinny pant. They are not high waisted so I do recommend wearing them with a thin little belt. Vildnis uses eco-friendly fabrics, produce ethically and are very transparent so they even publish their supply chain and their sustainability goals on their website!
The warm colour is brightening up the mood and is ideal for a day at home. The upcycled designer viscose blend feels comfortable on the skin and is a rather thick fabric so it’s perfect for cuddling up inside and keeping warm without wearing a heavy jacket outside. R.E.V. is a label by the concept online shop Réve en vert and manufacture ethically in East London! Even their labels are made form organic cotton. I have the matching spicy orange skirt and featured it in another blog post here if you want to take a look.
I love it when companies use innovative materials to create sustainable pieces. These earrings are ethically made from local wood and sterling silver studs. Because of the material they are very light and comfortable to wear! I love the design too. It gives me classic 60s vibes and I love that they are bold yet minimal and elegant. Luci is a label that makes ethical, sustainable and minimal clothing and jewelry
This look includes PR samples but this post is not sponsored 🙂