When the whole world is searching for a cure of coronavirus and mental health, I am seriously considering doing more for the Earth and human beings as a fashion blogger. Being sustainable and considering afterlife of garments seem to be more than a trend in our industry. Emotional durability and the life of fashion items are now carefully designed by brands and the sustainability message is frequently communicated with consumers. Can sustainable fashion be less boring? Yes, I want to take care of the environment by shopping less and recycling more. Sustainable fashion is not a basic cotton tee anymore. H&M's latest Conscious Collection seems to be the answer.
This patterned silk dress is made of organic silk. I love the unique mosaic print and its comfortable fit. The silk is gentle to skin and the summer dress look is elegant and timeless. I recreated this hair band using its silk blend scarf. They are not a matching set but they turned out to be perfectly coordinated. I paired this dress with my old Manolo suede sandals that I purchased from The Real Real last summer. I have shared sustainable fashion brands since two years ago - it seems that I was already a slow mover on social media. But at least, I got to learn more about upcycling and circularity from the industry. I also recommend sustainable brands like Kindom (@kindomshop), Pact (@wearpact) and Indigenous (@indigenousdesigns).
*To cope with Covid-19, I took these photos in my backyard and my home studio in Hollywood if the stay-at-home order is ever a concern for you:) Stay safe! Xx
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