09 May FAIR FRIDAY #2
Take your clothes to a higher level by buying more consciously and supporting fair fashion brands. Who says it’s difficult to look good while doing good?
Jumpsuit – People Tree, Ulla Floral Jumpsuit (organic cotton, GOTS)
We love this jumpsuit! It’s femine ánd comfortable, what do you want more? People Tree has a long history in fair fashion (founded in 1991). We really admire their pioneering in ethical and environmentally sustainable fashion! People Tree is member of the World Fair Trade Organisation, which means all of their products are made by artisans and producers who work to Fair Trade standards. This jumpsuit is sustainable and fairly produced by Rajlakshmi Cotton Mills in Delhi, India.
Shoes – Aeyde, Fran Nude Suede Mules
Made under fair conditions by family owned factories in Italy.
T-shirt – Unrobe, Eve Bridal Rose
Super soft fabric made of 100% organic cotton. Fairly produced in Barcelos, Portugal.
Jeans – Kings of Indigo, Kimberley Cropped White (100% organic cotton)
KOI is one of our favourite jeans brands! They make use of innovative and sustainable production methods, like natural dyeing techniques. Their main goal is to reduce water, since there’s a lot of water used to produce a pair of jeans. Their membership of the Fair Wear Foundation assures that your jeans is made under fair working conditions and in a good environment.
Belt – Nine to Five, Crystal Belt Havel Black
Sustainable & fairly produced in Europe.
Necklaces – Neinties, La Lune Necklace Gold and Lucky Charm Necklace Gold
Fair and handmade in Denmark and Bangkok.
Shoes – Aeyde, ankle boots silver (for the big spenders)
The fine quality and timeless shape ensures that these booties are a sustainable choice (for many years to wear). The silver metallic look gives your outfit fashionable sparkle, but it also matches with everything. All products are manufactured by family owned factories in Italy’s Marche region.