Hello everybody! As a result of some reflecting on how I want to communicate sustainable fashion, I decided to try out a new format. Like I have previously made videos/posts about how much trash I generate in a week, or what I eat in a day, I am now also introducing a “what I wear in a week” series. I think this will be a great way to show practicable sustainable fashion, and how I use it in my daily life.
I recently made a post about the impact of haul videos, and how I want to aim towards a wider variety of sustainable fashion content, in order to portray sustainable fashion not solely with a “look what I’ve bought” attitude, but more so from the perspective of how I use and reuse clothes. So without further ado, let’s take a look at what I wear in a week – Spring edish.
also check out: online second hand shops // international list
also check out: eco brands I stand by // a list of sustainable fashion companies
also check out: the best thrift & vintage shops in copenhagen
jacket – thrifted // cardigan – second hand // t-shirt – tala // skirt – thrifted // stockings – thrifted // boots – thrifted // bag – second hand // hat – vintage //
shirt – second hand // skirt – thrifted // corset – thrifted // stockings – thrifted // shoes – second hand // bag – thrifted
jumper – thrifted // skirt – thrifted // jewllery – ana luisa // scrunchie– subscriber diy gift