I’ve worn this outfit several times the last couple of weeks and I’ve worn it with and without socks and I also changed up the way I carried the bag. Above you can see the net socks variation I wore in Vienna. The socks are from the sustainable hosiery brand Swedish Stockings. They use recycled yarn, environmentally-friendly dyes and solar power for the factories.
This has been in my favourites already. It is tiny but beautiful! You can wear it as a belt bag by wrapping the chain around your waist, as a cross-body bag, as a bag hanging on your shoulder or you can detach the chain and carry it on the little satchel. It is vegan and ethically-made by the UK vegan and PETA-approved label LaBante.
I’ve worn this peasant style blouse so often this month! It is very loose fitting and minimalistic and looks like a dress paired with the white skirt. The blouse is from the sustainable and ethical label Vildnis and is made from 100% organic cotton.
These were in my favourites blog post as well. They have a little 6 cm heel to make every outfit a little bit more dressier yet they are so comfortable that you can walk all day in them. I brought them to my trips to Frankfurt and they were the perfect choice. They match every outfit since they are both nude and black coloured. The straps make walking easy and the best thing is that they are vegan and ethically-made in Portugal. They are made from organic cotton and plant leather.
This Aware white ruffle wrap skirt is not available anymore. But Aware has a very special style and you’ll find some great “Made in Barcelona” pieces on their online shop.