Today I have something very very special thing to show you! I am wearing one of the most special looks I have in my wardrobe, my wedding dress! It has been a little bit more than a year since I got married and I was looking forward to showing you this beautiful wrap dress.
This week I have been all about creating different outfits with the same garment, so today I want to show you three great outfits with the same cupro top!
I am spending few days in Washington DC and I put together a simple and useful luggage for this trip, full of colorful and second-hand clothes! The items I am wearing today you have already seen while others are new to the blog!
Today I am featuring an outfit in which the leather accessories are the main highlight because I want to address this leather topic. Media coverage on the growing use of non-leather products has been embraced by many celebrities and fashion bloggers. I completely understand that many people do not want to use animals products for ethical reasons, neither I want any living being to suffer, but the problem starts when you want the leather look and replace leather with plastic faux-leather.
We clicked immediately, Daniel was one of the first people I met upon arriving in the US, our conversation centred around our passion for footwear and Spanish craftsmanship! We talked deeply and authentically about his journey, inspiration and how he quit corporate America to launch a footwear brand with his childhood friend. Many trials and tribulations have been endured since they first launched and last Friday was the 3rd year anniversary of Cobbler Union, one of the most prestigious and unique men’s footwear brands in the south.
I attended a wedding this weekend. This is my first formal social gathering since starting this ethical journey and finding a sustainable outfit for this type of occasion can be challenging. So I have decided to use this challenge to showcase an ethical party outfit that I hope you will love as much as I do!
The Summer is getting hotter and hotter in Atlanta, so it is time to bring out the shorts and for today’s post I have chosen an outfit that couldn’t be more quintessentially summer!
You might be wondering what is the meaning of LWD. LWD stand for a Little White Dress, and even though it is not as well known as its black version, I think every woman should have one in her wardrobe. The LWD is a summer classic with a lot of versatility, it can be worn to the beach, when socializing with friends or a summer night out. The contrast against your skin helps to highlights your sun tan! This is one of my favourite summer garments, I actually have three different versions of it in my wardrobe!
Loving fashion and being on a journey to a more sustainable wardrobe and lifestyle can be quite a challenge, but at the same time, it is a great opportunity to get creative, resourceful and find new ways to combined your clothes. Combining your garments in several different ways helps to increase the mileage of your clothes while keeping your outfits looking fresh! The easier way to be sustainable is by increasing the usage of the clothes we own. By simply extending the life of your clothes by further 9 months, we would save around a 20-30% reduction in carbon, waste and water footprints.
Two years ago I had the pleasure to meet the blogger Katrin Bury of Estilo Palma. Estilo Palma is a must read if you are living or visiting Mallorca. Estilo Palma started 3 years ago as a personal project in which Katrin shares her passion for this beautiful a Mediterranean island and its bohemian residents. So when Katrin proposed we do a collaboration on our blogs, it was natural that we shared our passion for the unique fashion from this delightful island.