My fair & vegan Paris look – cold France in November

P1570827I’ve been flying to Paris to celebrate my boyfriend’s and mine 5th anniversary! It was so lovely. I’ve eaten a lot of vegan food, enjoyed the architecture and have been to art and fashion museums. However, it was quite cold in the city so a comfortable and stylish, yet warming outfit was needed. I’ve worn this outfit two days in a row (which I usually never do) because it satisfied all these mentioned needs.

Laila Roll Neck Top in black by People Tree £39
Inga High Waist Denim by Armed Angels €99.90
Luxe High-Heeled Boots in Black by Wills Vegan Shoes £93
Blackberry Maxi tote bag by Alexandra K €269

THE TOP

 

The People Tree turtleneck is one of my new favourite pieces! Elegant, classy, comfortable, warming and timeless. I tucked it into my high waisted jeans and paired it with black heels and my good old coat (not ethical or sustainable – bought it a couple of years ago). Made ethically in India from organic cotton and elastane.

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THE JEANS

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Jeans by Armed Angels

Another favourite of mine: the Armed Angels jeans. An everyday piece that is made ethically in Turkey from GOTS certified organic cotton and spandex. The spandex percentage is very low though, so be aware that it won’t be like your pair of stretchy jeans. They are very old school. After washing them, you’ll probably be dancing around the flat to get them on (especially my fellow big booty girls). I’ve already featured them in a couple of posts including the cossac coat outfit post and the Herbivore t-shirt post.

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THE BOOTS

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Boots by Wills Vegan Shoes

Although they are heels, they are super comfortable. They have that big chunky block heel and 2 big zippers on each side for you to get them on in a second. The Will Vegan Shoes are made ethically in Portugal from Italian faux microfibre materials  and are PETA approved. I’ve featured these boots in a lot of posts as well including the outfit post about my current favourite dress.

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THE BAG

The newest member of my closet and the newest piece of this look. Perfect to hold those croissants and pain au chocolat in! This vegan bag is ethically made and I’ve already featured it in my white blouse post.

VEGAN & FAIR OUTFIT: TRAVEL BUDDY (GIVEAWAY!)

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Backpack ansvar III by MELAWEAR

Blouse by HESSNATUR

Shorts by ARMED ANGELS

Sandals BY BLANCH (on sale!)

Vic Sunglasses in Smoke by ACE AND TATE

If you follow my Instagram then you know that I’m always on the go and traveling whenever I have the opportunity. Since my camera is always on my side wherever I go, I’m carrying a hand luggage to put my camera in, even when I’m traveling with a suitcase. For my family visits to Vienna I’m just taking my necessities in a carry-on.

A non-leather, cruelty free and fair manufactured carry-on is hard to find though. That’s why I was very excited to get to know Melawear. There bag is ideal for traveling, as a gym bag or even for getting groceries (refuse those plastic bags!). It’s made ethically and sustainably out of organic cotton and it’s available in blue (like mine), black and pink (so cute as well!).

Now here’s the exciting part: MELAWEAR and I are giving away 3 Backpack ansvar III carry-on bags! One in blue, one in pink and one in black. To participate all you have to do is follow MELAWEAR and me on Instagram and tag 2 friends in the comments. Deadline to participate is on Friday the 18th of August 2017.

Good luck!

Vegan food in Ubud at the Elephant restaurant

June and July have been all about traveling. Max and I have been to Thailand, Singapore and Bali. After 2 weeks in Bali, I can say that the island is hands down, vegan heaven.

One of my highlights in Ubud:

The elephant restaurant. The beautiful restaurant in Ubud with an amazing view offers healthy dishes with lots of vegan options. Additionally, it is making an effort to be more sustainable which I absolutely love! The restaurant is trying to be as much ‘zero waste‘ as possible: plastic is avoided at all times, organic waste gets fed to the pigs, reusables gets reused. Lots of ingredients they use are local and organic. They even filter their own rainwater to conserve water. In short, a sustainable restaurant heaven.

When it comes to the food, let me tell you, it was delicious. We’ve had the rice paper rolls,  garlic bread, steamed greens, coconut noodle soup, vegan spaghetti bolognaise and the potatoes along with a coconut and the green juice. As a dessert we’ve shared the mango sticky rice and I can tell you, I’ve never been so full in my life.

The day before we’ve been to their sister restaurant in Canggu, the Green Ginger noodle house which offers similar dishes in a more causal and smaller venue. The food was incredible as well and a must when you’re in the Canggu area!

Simply look at the photos I’ve taken of the venue and the vegan food and I’m sure the elephant restaurant will be a must at your next Bali trip.

CRETE SUMMER 2016

FILMED BY Max, Sarah & me

EDITED BY Max

DRONE PILOT: Max


I’ve spent some quality time with my besties Max and Sarah in Greece and of course, we had to capture our highlights in a video.

 

LA NIGHT 2016

DRESS AND COAT BY American Apparel


This is a fun little video Max, Ava (Max’ sister) and I created in a night in LA after getting pasta in Jones.