Fashion Guide

You are probably wondering where you should shop if you want to find new clothes, but it has to be sustainable. I have a guide just for you! This list mostly replies to Danish shoppers, but off cause they ship to other countries as well. Clothes https://www.thebaand.dk https://ravnravn.com https://www.filippa-k.com/dk/ https://www.designersremix.com/dk/ http://www.baserange.net/?currency=EUR http://www.ee12.dk https://rwdcph.com https://www.riverandraven.com https://res-res.com https://www.livefashionable.com/collections/denim http://schulzbycrowd.dk http://www.peopletree.co.uk https://tricotage.dk https://www.aiayu.com/en/wear http://agurkstudio.com http://www.oenling.com https://fonnesbech-cph.com https://www.monki.com/en_dkk/clothing/jeans.html Jackets http://www.betterworldfashion.com https://www.yvonnekone.com/collections/outerwear Underwear https://underprotection.dk http://www.baserange.net/product-category/underwear/ Accessories, bags and shoes https://www.yvonnekone.com http://atpatelier.com/en https://www.jerome-dreyfuss.com/int_en/ https://www.livefashionable.com/collections/leather https://www.aiayu.com/en/accessories Jewelry http://kinraden.dk http://www.monkeyglasses.dk https://www.livefashionable.com/collections/jewelry   And at last – let’s go

One of my largest issues, is that even though I really want to live with less and consume less clothes, I sometimes really get the urge to go shopping. (And do you know the feeling having a filled closet, but still feel like nothing to wear? I do.) Because of these controversies, I have for a while now wanted to try out a sharing closet concept called The Organic Club. It is a concept that have emerged both at Vesterbro and Nørrebro, Copenhagen. The way it works, is that you

Where are all the good vintage or second hand stores? How much are you willing to pay for a used item? And is it really sustainable? First of all, yes it is the better choice, because you save ressources and labour when you buy second hand items. Also, you have the opportunity to hand pick items that no one else have and you can personalize your style even more. I started buying secondhand when I went to high school, and by now half of my wardrobe consist of either second

The 5 must haves are the items you can’t live without! If you want a sustainable wardrobe, you must have a good foundation. The items has to be timeless, and they will always be a lifesaver in a crisis: The white shirt is a must in your wardrobe, because you can wear it both in a casual way with your jeans, and it is perfect for work wear. The jeans is the ultimate item you should have in your closet. They go in almost every occasion, and goes with everything.

Meet Anna Kolding. 22 years old. Working as a fulltime model for Unique Models. Fashion designer goals. She is the new kid on the blog! 1. Why do you want to blog/write about sustainable fashion. First of all my passion is fashion, so I want to share my ideas and creative methods with other people. Second of all I want to make a change, and if the world has to survive we need to change one of the biggest industries in the world into a sustainable fashion industry. I think that

The Danish newspaper Politiken has recently launched a new campaign called #stoptøjspild and in English called #stopclotheswaste. Did you know that every Danish buyer purchases an average of 16 kg of clothing each year, corresponding to a total of 89,000 tonnes? This means that we are the country in the Nordic region whose inhabitants have the largest clothes consumption. In order to get find the triggers behind our overuse, Politiken has interviewed Else Skjold, associate professor and PhD student at the Design School in Kolding “Many of us buy too much clothes we

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