• Brands

    Sustainable Fashion: Gweniss

    COUNTRY: UNITED KINGDOM   Have you ever been looking for that perfect leather bag? Have you ever heard about Gweniss? Probably first answer is OHH YES, and second NEVER. Who is Gweniss? The Gweniss is a small online shop which focus on handmade products made by small independent craftspeople from across the UK to create luxury leather bags and straps. This products are collectively marketed and traded under the Gweniss brand.   Ava Shoulder Strap Long in the making, the brand is based on providing the customers with leather goods that are timeless in terms of both style and quality but are also adaptable to current trends.The unique selling point…

  • Brands

    Sustainable Fashion: Thought

    COUNTRY: UK   The story of Thought starts with friends David and John in the heat of Australia in 1995. And their desire to wear natural, cool clothing. Back then they named the brand Braintree Clothing. In 2017 Braintree Clothing was changed to Thought. The first clothing was simple – a capsule collection of men’s shirts and beachwear made of sustainable ramie and hemp. The duo’s honest, down-to-earth personalities and sustainable sourcing was refreshing. In 2002 John took the fledgling brand to the UK. He opened pop-up shops on London’s famous Portobello Road and at Camden Lock market. With countless phone calls and hard work, a flurry of independent boutiques…

  • Easter Break
    Lifestyle,  Minimalism,  Wardrobe

    Easter Brake

    Are you thinking to go away for an Easter? Or your plan is just to stay at home and meet some friends, chill or go shopping this is all that you need for this time of the year. I made some outfits from this items, if you go away this is definitely what is enough for a week or even longer and suitable for any occasion what comes up. Of course, if it gets colder just add an extra sweater. Saddle Bag/ Duffle Bag/Black Jeans/ Trainers/ Stripe T-shirt/ White Shirt/ Dress/ Sunglasses/Boots/ Sweater/White T-shirt/ Hat/ Scarf     Some Outfit Inspiration All of the items you can shop from sustainable…

  • Capsule Wardrobe

    Sustainable Fashion: A.EMERY

    COUNTRY: AUSTRALIA A.EMERY’s debut range is a considered collection of all black sandals. Designs that are refined and tailored. Sandals to be paired with timeless, tailored wardrobe pieces for both the urban and holiday environment. The first collection is about stripping it back to the basics. Starting with a foundation of black and exploring silhouettes and textures. The products are designed in Melbourne, Australia and beautifully handcrafted in Mumbai, India. Who is A.EMERY? A.EMERY is a modern woman, she is discerning, confident and honest. A.EMERY is you, and you are their muse.   VISIT SHOP

  • Brands

    Sustainable Fashion: BAUKJEN

    COUNTRY: UK The Baukjen brand is a personal affair. The founder, Baukjen de Swaan Arons, born in Amsterdam and raised in London, brings a Dutch as well as London influence to the collections. Baukjen is for every day and every mood. They design collections that you can mix and match into your wardrobe and wear in a relaxed and effortless way.  At Baukjen they like to keep it simple to look and feel stylish. The collections are defined by foundational pieces infused with timeless essentials and relevant trends. Modern. Classic. Forever – this is what Baukjen stand for. They design with 18-hour diaries in mind. The team knows that your…

  • Brands

    Sustainable Fashion: EVERLANE

    COUNTRY: USA Probably all of you heard about Everlane. First fashion company who started to show the true cost of the product. They believe in ethical approach in factories who do they cooperate with and full transparency. It means on every garment what they make they show a true cost of material, labor shipping, packing. But it doesn’t mean they make poor quality clothing. They make clothes only from the finest materials to make sure garment will last. They don’t follow the trends instead they designed timeless pieces to last.   VISIT SHOP

  • How to style Blazer
    How To Style,  Wardrobe

    How To Style: Blazer

    I decided to come to a new section called HOW TO STYLE. I will show you how to style the individual items of a capsule wardrobe. Represented through collages of different outfits. All items are from sustainable brands which I love and most of them are featured on the website. In the first post, I decided to go for a blazer as it can be worn all-year-round. Let’s have a look at how to style a blazer.     Blazer  // Tote // Saddle Bag // Tote // Blue Jeans // Black Jeans // Trainers  // Stripe T-shirt //  White Shirt //  Dress // Boots // Pants // Sweater //   How To Style a Blazer A staple in everyone’s wardrobe. It is one of…

  • Where to shop sustainable underwear

    Sustainable Fashion: Anek. Boutique

    COUNTRY: Germany Anek. is about anecdotes. They make underwear from up-cycled materials, which doesn’t mean you will be wearing someone else’s underwear, but they use materials which are leftovers from bigger productions as a waste, miscalculation or end of lines. They use all this to make something meaningful and beautiful for everyday life. Each creation, every single piece, is individually design and handcrafted in Berlin. They source materials from closing down factories, maker’s surplus, production errors, from this reasons every pieces is unique and in limited quantities, hardly can be reproduce. Design is based on they stock not other way round. Makes stand out pieces with unique stories. As a…

  • Brands

    Sustainable Fashion: Outland Denim

    COUNTRY: Australia “I’ve always lived in jeans. If you were going to produce anything, why wouldn’t you produce the most staple part of a person’s wardrobe? Jeans aren’t a throw-away item, but something you keep for years.” Outland Denim began its jean-making journey when founder James Bartle had a fortuitous encounter with an anti-trafficking group, and then traveled to Asia and saw first hand how human traffickers prey on vulnerable young girls in order to service the sex industry. After learning that once a girl has been rescued and rehabilitated, sustainable career path is vital for securing her future, James created the “Denim Project”, which would enable those girls who…

  • Capsule Wardrobe Challenge,  Minimalism,  Wardrobe

    Capsule Wardrobe My Way – A Year Without Shopping February Update

    Another month of my shopping free challenge is behind me. I don’t even feel I miss something. I have plenty of clothes to choose from and I don’t struggle to put the outfits together. I wear some clothes what I didn’t wear for a while. Might be, some of you will say I can manage because I didn’t go to the shops so it is easier, but that’s not true. I went to the shops and got some idea of what is trending now. But just because I don’t follow the trends anymore I don’t have such an urge feeling to buy anything.  And that feeling of not missing anything…