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If you’ve been following me on Instagram and have been reading my favourites of the month post you know that I’ve been working out a lot lately. With this new-ish hobby of mine I’ve been on the hunt for sustainable and ethically made workout wear. Here’s one outfit I’ve been loving lately. I am still looking for ethical and vegan trainers though so feel free to send me your recommendations!

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White t-shirt by Science of Apparel $74
Workout leggings by Onzie $70
Sunglasses by Ace & Tate £100

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The sunglasses

I’ve had these sunglasses for a long time now and I still love them. They match every outfit which is a plus for your capsule wardrobe. The design is timeless and the finish looks very high-end. The dark shades are ideal for sunny summer days. The sunglasses are ethically handmade.

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The t-shirt

Science of Apparel make sustainable basics and activewear such as this t-shirt. It is made from sustainable repurposed Lycra and Micromodal. They produce less waste and use less water during their manufacturing process. I’ve tied a knot in the shirt to make it a little more cropped and form fitting.

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The leggings

These are my favourite pair of workout leggings. The fabric is super soft and I love the design. When it comes to activewear I definitely love neutral tones like white, black, nude and greys so that my workout clothes easily match with each other. These leggings would look great with neutral tones like the white shirt I paired it with but also with bright colours if that’s more your style. They are made in the USA.

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For sports bras I can recommend you the ones from Onzie as well. I own two sports bras from them and I love their designs! In this look I’m wearing an old sports bra from American Apparel. However, AA is now just available in the US unfortunately. I have mine from the time when there were American Apparel stores all over the world.

The trainers I’m wearing are from my bff Sarah who borrowed them to me this day. I personally don’t own ethical and vegan trainers and I’m going to continue using my old trainers until they fall apart. In the mean while I am thinking of buying ethically made trainers when I find ones to change it up and to show you guys. 🙂

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