Blush coloured linen sweater by Vildnis £65
Jeans skirt by Vildnis £60
Pink vegan bag by Labante £80
Sunglasses by Ace & Tate £98
White vegan sneakers by Veja €80
White bralette by Essentials for Zula €27
A timeless clothing item: the jeans skirt. This one is quite short which makes it youthful and playful. The colour is a light blue which matches the pink and white tones perfectly. This soft organic cotton denim skirt has some distressed details and some fringes around the waist. Vildnis is an ethical and sustainable fashion label that offers contemporary and affordable clothing pieces.
I am personally not comfortable with the whole wearing-sneakers-as-streetstyle look but I love white trainers like these ones. I think they are a more classic version of that trend. Great for a summer day when you want to be comfortable. Veja is a very well known label that makes ethical trainers including vegan ones like these.
The light pink is subtle and compliments the more in-your-face-pink of the bag. I love the lightweight and airy organic linen fabric and the relaxed yet timeless design. I tucked it into the skirt to make it look more put together. Just like the skirt, this top is from Vildnis and is ethical and sustainable.
Another favourite (I literally included it in my monthly favourites post here) of mine: gold hardware, a classic and simple design and an unexpected colour. This vegan bag adds that “umpf” to any outfit – especially those basic and minimal ones. Labante is one of my favourite vegan bag labels. It is ethical, sustainable and PETA-approved vegan.
Since the sweater is a bit sheer. I am wearing this Essentials for Zula bralette. It is white and ethically made.
You know these. They match every outfit and won’t go out of style. That’s exactly what everyone should look for in a pair of sunglasses. These ones are ethically made and affordable (for handmade, high quality sunglasses).