Anna has collated a selection of brands who are not only providing us with to-die-for pieces, but are also minimising the impact on our environment.
Spring/Summer fashion has been at the back of my mind since the temperature rose above 10 degrees back in February. Pinterest boards were made and lusting over the outfits to come began. The emerging fresh eclectic outfits with bright tones and vibrant patterns are really reflecting the brighter mood as we continue to move forward to better days. I don’t know about you but it will bring me immense joy to swap out the loungewear sets for dreamy maxi dresses and pretty bralettes.
To aid you in the curation of your spring-summer wardrobe, I have collated a selection of brands who are not only providing us with to-die-for pieces but are also minimising the impact on our environment.
AYM Studio is all about making us feel as good as possible in our clothing whilst also taking pride in being ethically made. Their pieces are fabulous in both fit and versatility, and can be accessorised to suit any occasion. If you’re like me and love finding those good quality pieces that you can dress up or down, then this is definitely a brand for you to check out. Their current collections see a range of perfect on–trend Spring and Summer pieces…
House of Sunny has been unmissable across social media this past year. The unique retro-inspired pieces ooze vitality. The joyous patterned designs will make any fashion lover drool and the vibrancy in colours simply screams spring–summer fashion. House of Sunny will help fulfil any dreams of a bright wardrobe to lighten up the year. As part of a business model that considers being conscious and minimising waste, House of Sunny releases small edits – so you have to keep a close eye on upcoming drops!
Nu-In is a sustainable fashion brand that is relatively new on the scene but has been sustainability focused from the start. They really do prove that buying more consciously does not mean having to sacrifice our style and doesn’t have to cost the world (both literally and metaphorically!) For spring, Nu-In offers a range of staple pieces for your wardrobe, featuring trends such as open backs and cutesy bralettes.
If you are someone who is not quite ready to make the transition from loungewear to dresses, then sustainable fashion brand Tala has your back. Originating as a sportswear brand, Tala hosts a range of versatile pieces that look good both in the gym and out and about. A particular spring favourite of mine from Tala has been their Skin-Luxe range in the shade ‘Cedar’. Green’s moment as one of the key S/S21 colour trends is not looking to end anytime soon, so this collection is a perfect staple for your wardrobe…
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