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IT’S FAIR FRIDAY!

Yeasss, it’s our first Fair Friday! From now on, we’ll show you fair outfits every Friday!
We’d like to introduce you to many fabulous fair brands.

Elrike’s Look:

Top – Alchemist, Top Short Tencel
Fair and locally produced in Portugal & made from the ecofriendly and soft fabric Tencel.
Jeans – Monki, Kimono Spring Blue
Made from organic cotton, not fairly produced.
Belt – Nine to Five, Crystal Belt Havel Black
Sustainable & fairly produced in Europe.
Earrings – Hinth, Jaipur Classic Circles Gold
Fair and handmade in Thailand.
Shoes – regular brand

Anne’s Look:

Blouse – Friday’s project
Friday’s project makes use of natural, organic and recycled fabrics. All  produced fairly in Spain and Portugal. 
Alternatives: Bellamy Gallery, Blouse Hero Merel & Hund Hund, Tea Blouse
Jeans – Closed, Heartbreaker with stars (for the big spenders)
Alternative: Kings of Indigo, Jeans Anna level
Shoes – Aeyde, Fran Nude Suede Mules
Necklace & Earrings – Neinties, La Lune Necklace Gold & Lewis Ear Hoop Gold
Timeless and minimalistic designs, made with love in Denmark and Bangkok.

1Comment
  • Hermien - KouweKleren
    Posted at 23:38h, 08 May Reply

    Great looks! I like how you decided to call the non-fair items ‘regular brand’. Not because I think we should be ashamed of our non-fair buys – we all have our own journey and it is always better to keep wearing those pieces ’till they fall apart – but because I think it’s good to realise that by mentioning those brands, we still advertise them. .
    Not too long ago I decided not to mention the original brands of my second hand finds anymore, because think it advertises those brands more than it does advertise second hand shopping. I would love to live in a world where we see ‘fair’ as ‘regular’ one day, but for now, ths is a great solution. Keep up the good work!

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