I have always been interested in ethical fashion that doesn’t harm the invironment. Over the years I have seen a rise in creating clothes from organic cotton, in a fair trade environment. A fact that makes me extremely happy! My only issue has been that the clothes have been plain and the sizes too big for my petite body. I have tried and tested couple of brands over the years and none has been up to my standars. About a month ago I came across this brand on Asos called PeopleTree while looking for breton top to wear with jeans for those early cold spring days. I was extremely surprised to see how beautifully made it it. Feels soft against the skin, it isn’t too long nor too wide, simple perfect.
I got extremely curious about this brand, next I visited their official website to find even more gorgeous, feminine creations and an even more inspring story (here). This dress (here), together with this jumpsuit (here), are next on my wish list. Among my favourites is this lace A-line skirt (here), this top made of the same material (here) and this peachy cardigan that is on sale (here).
I am wearing PeopleTree breton top (here)
Hallhuber navy blue pants old, similar (here)
The Cambridge Satchel bag (here)
My new bike Lara (here)