FAIR & VEGAN FASHION OUTFIT: Jeans jacket in Shoreditch

I definitely felt cute in that outfit walking around the city. I’m obsessed with the black high waisted skirt made from organic cotton which looks so good with the organic t-shirt that is spreading the gender equality message. My overknee boots and the jeans jacket keep the outfit a little warmer and my vegan bucket bag holds all the junk that I carry with me.

Jeans jacket by Hessnatur €130
Women supporting women #equality t-shirt by Conscious Tee £30
Black skirt by Vildnis £65
Black vegan bucket bag by Tragwert €60
Black earrings by Luci €20
Grey overknee boots by No Animal Brands (similar ones here)
Silver ring by Wrenn

The earrings

These earrings are lightweight and won’t feel uncomfortable since they are made from local wood and sterling silver. LUCI is a sustainable, ethical, minimal and timeless fashion brand that makes both clothing and jewelry. They upcycle textile waste and do their best to keep their manufacturing waste to a minimum. Their pieces are ethically made in Slovenia.

The shoes

I’ve been loving overknee boots for over 7 years now. So I don’t think I’m getting sick of them anytime soon. I especially love overknee boots with skirts. These are vegan actually really comfortable (for heels). Unfortunately, the label seems to have stopped manufacturing and their website is down. But there are some great overknee boots here.

The t-shirt

There’s nothing easier than doing some activism in your everyday life by wearing a t-shirt with a statement like this one. This is honestly one of my favourite t-shirts and I feel 100 times cooler when wearing it. Plus, it is super high quality. It is ethically and sustainably made from organic GOTS certified Indian cotton using renewable green energy from wind and solar power. It is approved by the Fair Wear Foundation, which “aims to improve conditions for workers in garment factories.”  What I love is that it is is embroidered in England instead of printed on. Conscious Tee also donate £2 for every Tee that is sold to a women’s rights and gender equality charity called WomanKind which is working to help change the discrimination, poverty, and violence that women and girls face around the world.

The skirt

This black high waisted skirt is made from organic cotton, has a zipper in the back and pockets on the sides. I’ve been wearing it a lot and it has become a staple in my closet. Vildnis is a danish brand that is both sustainable and ethical. It is very transparent when it comes to their supply chain.

The jacket

This jeans jacket is ideal for the colder Spring months in London. It adds a casual and cool vibe to the outfit and I’ve been wearing it a lot lately too. It is made from Turkish organic denim and is Fair Wear Foundation approved.

The bag

This tragwert bucket bag has a good size for everyday situations and works well with this neutral tone outfit. The vegan leather finish looks very high-quality and my boyfriend is always surprised how “real” and “expensive” the leather looks. The strap can be adjusted in size and taken off. It is PETA-approved vegan and is made from PU leather that is more sustainable than PVC.

This look includes PR samples but this post is not sponsored 🙂

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