• Spring or Winter

    Spring is supposed to be upon us, but I don’t really know what is going on. Well, off cause it is the global change, but that…

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  • Minimalism

    I recently watched the documentary “Minimalism” on Netflix. It is an inspiring story on how to take action if you aren’t happy. It’s about these…

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  • Pastel is the New Orange

    Spring is slowly getting upon us, and that means more sun, less clothing and more colors. This year the pastel colors is sneaking trough the…

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For some time now we have heard about these terrible things called microplastic. Even though most of it ends in the oceans because of car tires – we can still do small adjustment to reduce the impact. And maybe you already quit the colorful kitchen cloth, or threw out the face scrub with the little microbeads. But did you know that a lot of microplastic comes from washing our clothes made of synthetic materials? Most of us wear synthetic fabrics like polyester every day. Our dress shirts, yoga pants, fleeces,

Now this is a great concept! Nordic Tailors have started a great sustainable business. Their core product is to make clothes last longer – and that is something we love! If you don’t have the time or skill to repair your clothes yourself, you can deliver it to Nordic Tailors. But the really cool thing is, besides repairing torn clothes – they can remake or renew your old, or out-of-style or out-of-fit clothes so it becomes your favorite again. How it works: For instance if you have a blouse that

Spring is supposed to be upon us, but I don’t really know what is going on. Well, off cause it is the global change, but that is why we want to be more sustainable. The weather is cold, both rainy and snowy, and all we can do about that is to wear the right clothing. The weather is supposed to get better in the next month, and spring means more rain, but you both be fashionably and sustainably by wearing jackets from ECOALF. Ecoalf makes their clothing from, plastic bottles, recycled

I recently watched the documentary “Minimalism” on Netflix. It is an inspiring story on how to take action if you aren’t happy. It’s about these men climbing the career ladder, achieving everything they ever wanted and still don’t feel happy. It’s about leaving all materialism and finding happiness beyond the stuff you own. It is also really a nice inspiration if you want to clean out the closet or your home yourself. What it means to live a meaningful life with less The two men, “The minimalists”, have also made

Spring is slowly getting upon us, and that means more sun, less clothing and more colors. This year the pastel colors is sneaking trough the peak hole. Fx I am totally into the blue pastel, the real baby blue. You can pimp up a black boring pair of jeans and feel fresh and summery, when you add some bright colors. 1. Katie Suit Jacket Salmon DKK 3400 + Katie Pleated Trousers Salmon DKK 2100, 2. Merino R-neck Pullover Skylight DKK 1200, 3. High-low Tencel Shirt Petal DKK 1000, 4. Map

Have you heard about the 10 x 10 challenge? That is an even smaller capsule wardrobe challenge – to see how creative you can be with only few items of clothes. You pick 10 items to wear for 10 days and then style them differently. This could be a thing to try if you want to reinvest or rediscover your clothes, take a break from shopping or test your style creativity. Style bee have a great beginners introduction on how to do it with a basic formula: 4 tops 2

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