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Though there are more options for sustainable and ethical fashion than ever before, it can be difficult to blend new items into your existing wardrobe and style. So, we’ve filtered through the most easy-to-wear pieces that aren’t causing any harm to people or the environment.
It’s unrealistic to assume that every person can afford to have any entirely ethical/sustainable wardrobe until more brands work to up their standards whilst keeping prices low, and so, here are some simple solutions to make outfits you currently have that tad more conscious.
This effortlessly beautiful white dress is a staple for summer. Make £49 last with the option to dress it up with statement earrings and heels or wear it during the day with minimal sandals and a tote bag for the perfect relaxed look.
These unique earrings, handmade in Portugal, are the ideal balance between subtle and statement. Get the most out of them by wearing them with everyday outfits or use them to dress a look up by wearing your hair up with a bright lip.
A simple way to make an ethical shopping choice that will survive the fast changing season-to-season trends is a small black bag. Similar to the little black dress, a black bag will always be a trustworthy option that you’ll not regret buying.
A plain white tee is always needed. An easy switch to an ethical product you know you’ll get a lot of wear out of is the Valentine T-Shirt made with Irish linen by Irish-based brand 31 Chapel Lane. The beautifully curated brand is known for their timeless styles and so you can be sure that this tee will be one you’ll want to wear a lot.
Santiago Bottoms Black Hakea Swim, £49
Black swimwear is forever the guaranteed ‘feel good’ option for your summer wardrobe. These high waist bottoms by the Australian brand Hakea Swim provide the ideal shape and comfort for any body size. Pair it with their tallala black top and you’re ready to swim, party or relax in style – summer after summer.