Photos by Alicia López Creis
Like I told you in my last post, I’m more aware of the clothes I buy and I haven’t bought clothes that aren’t sustainable or second-hand for a couple of months now. I was a little bit worried at first because I thought it might be bad for the blog, but then I thought that this way, I could show you that sustainable fashion is the same as fast fashion, it is simply not made by exploited people and not bad for the environment either. 🙂
I bought the jeans I’m wearing at a second-hand shop which is called 28 Vintage Clothing. The T-shirt is from Mango, but it is made from 100% organic cotton and the shoes are from Ecoalf and they are made from recycled plastic bottles. I like Ecoalf a lot because they are totally sustainable and very innovative. They make fabrics with organic cotton, plastic bottles or fishing nets, and they have the same quality as the conventional ones and the texture is practically the same.
I hope you liked the new idea and that it inspires you to get involved in the sustainable movement as well 🙂