3 X Dutch fair fashion: colab Sustainable Outfits

Duurzame kleding eentonig? Zeker niet! Elke keer als ik op de Instagram kwam van Sustainable Outfits, werd ik enthousiast. Zoveel kleur, verschillende stoffen en allemaal (kleine) duurzame, eerlijke of eco- labels die de wereld (ja heel cheesy) een stukje beter willen maken, met hele mooie ontwerpen. Wie wil dat nou niet?! Dus vond ik het geweldig om een serie samen met haar te maken:
It’s been a while since I’ve done a shop local series. This one focuses on the Netherlands and I’ve collaborated with Square1magazine to choose the clothes for the series! A little about Square1- it’s an online and offline Dutch magazine run by Anjolieke Dertien. Her mission is promoting conscious style and slow fashion to inspire people by showing love in how you wear, repair and share.
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Look #1

Look #1 is from Graciela Huam, a Dutch Peruvian label, based in Veldhoven, Netherlands and in the Andes in Puno. She uses alpaca and Pima Cotton. Graciela is committed to partnering with local artisans. Currently, she has a partnership with a fair-trade group of 67 talented artisans.

This look is super simple: some nice loafers paired with a green dress, and some options! It’s fall so layering is the way to make sure you stay warm and cool at the same time. I’ve included a sweater you can through over the dress, and a skirt you can pair with the  sweater. It’s 3 items and they make 4 looks!

How was it made? 
With organic pima cotton.

 

How was it made? 
Handmade with alpaca wool.
How was it made? 
With Organic Pima cotton and recycled silver lurex.
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Look #2

Look #2 features a whole bunch of Dutch brands: Eva. D, Dedenroth, Dick Moby, Mud Jeans, and Kuyichi. Which item is your favorite?
This look is the perfect take pictures in the city outfit. Just bring an extra
pair of flats and put your boots in the bag when your feet get tired.

How was it made?
With GOTS certified organic cotton sourced from Peru.

How was it made?
With recycled denim and organic cotton.

How was it made?

With bio-based acetate.

How was it made?
With GOTS certified organic cotton and eco-tex
trimmings.

How was it made?
Handmade in Holland.

How was it made?
It’s with rosemary, and not tested on animals.

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Look #3

Look #2 features a whole bunch of Dutch brands: Eva. D, Dedenroth, Dick Moby, Mud Jeans, and Kuyichi. Which item is your favorite?

How was it made?
With recycled bioplastic.

How was it made?
With 100% silk and everything is produced in the
Netherlands which helps reduce their carbon footprint.

How was it made?
With fair wool

How was it made?
With bio-degradable insoles and natural rubber soles.

How was it made?
It’s never been tested on an animal!

How was it made?
Handmade with recycled silver.

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