This week is Fashion Revolution Week – so in honour I put together this completely fair and sustainable outfit.
How lovely was last weekend’s weather? Last Saturday, we visited friends who just bought a house (!) in Antwerp – so how could I not pop in the city center for a little stroll, a little snack and a little shopping?
The last few days have been so sunny and lovely and yes yes yesss, spring is finally REALLY here (lol it started to rain juuust as I’m starting to write this blurb). I’m very excited to share the spring wishlist I’ve been composing over the last few weeks. I’m also very excited to buy literaly everything on this list, but for the sake of my bank balance, let’s not, shall we?
I believe spring might finally be here to stay. I hope I didn’t jinx it now, because if it’s going to start snowing and freezing again now I swear I’m going to cry.
Earlier this month I posted all about my no-buy experience and how I’d been researching fair fashion instead. A spring wishlist is in the making, but I thought about starting with the basics first. Items you can mostly wear all year round and go with about anything. You know, to get the most bang out of your buck with. For those who know me, it’ll come to no surprise most (all) of these things are black or neutral toned. Total risk taker, this one.
Honesty hour: I’m a materialistic person. I like nice things. I also like buying nice things. Surrounding myself with beautiful things makes me happy. Working as an interior architect, it just makes sense to me. Read More