Since I started this blog, my awareness about the plastic epidemic has grown. I try to avoid its use as much as possible. One of the easiest way to prevent its consumption is through our grocery shopping habits, not just escaping the plastic bags by the supermarket’s till, also throughout the purchase process. In the big supermarkets most the items are packed, making it very hard to avoid plastic. Actually, it’s being proof, that when implementing plastic-free policies in the supermarkets, such as charging for the plastic bag, the use of plastic at the till reduce, while the thin plastic bags available at the fruit & veggies section increase… Which is so sad!
Hi there! I am writing this post while sitting in the garden under the sun and just realized that the spring weather is almost here, at least in Majorca!! So I think this is the perfect time to review which are the wardrobe essentials that you should never throw away, whether you have a walk in closet or a capsule wardrobe. Today, I want to go through the 3 top pieces that are indispensable. Taking good care of these pieces can save us many dollars in the long run because they are timeless!
Hi guys! I just come back from Ibiza and I am so excited to share with you my long weekend on the island. Ibiza is one the biggest holiday destination in Europe, known for its legendary wild parties and their hippie residents, but visiting the island during the winter season is a completely different experience! The place is quiet and peaceful, actually most restaurants and shops are close, and during this time of the year the experience revolves around the nature and the energy of the place.
Paris Haute Couture week just finished and I have done a review of the upcoming trends. As you probably know, Haute Couture is on the most exclusive side of fashion. One of a kind custom-fitted pieces that will last forever, but often at price well above the affordability of the general public. However, there are a few tips I have picked up, that we can apply to our sustainable wardrobe.
Wow what a year, 2017 has been full of changes and new beginnings. Becoming a blogger has been one of those incredible new things. I have enjoyed every aspect of sharing my sustainable journey with you and can’t wait to see where 2018 will take us!!
Winter isn’t the most popular time for a wedding, but when a woman decides she wants a white Christmas wedding the glamour is guaranteed! That it’s been the case of Sara, of my best friends, who choose last weekend for her “yes, I do”.
Hollywood icon Bette Midler once said “Give a girl the right shoes and she will conquer the world” and she was probably right, but creating the right shoes can also help you conquer the world, Manolo Blahnik is the best sample of it!!
This is a very controversial post, I have been thinking about it for few months and some people told me not to do it, but finally, I decided to talk about this taboo subject. If you are of a delicate nature, maybe skip this one and come back for the next post.
I spend this weekend with my girlfriends and I was delighted to find out how interested they were about sustainability and how they are all implementing changes in their lives to reduce their carbon footprint. One of them ask me what was the one thing she could do to have a more sustainable wardrobe. Of course, my answer was simple and doable by anyone, let’s start by using what we already have and getting the most usage out of it. Secondly, we can invest in timeless good quality clothes that will last forever, ideally, we should go for a sustainable brand and natural fibre but there are many ways to be sustainable, as explained here.