It’s Fashion Revolution Week. And therefore the perfect opportunity to stroll thorugh our wardrobe and remember all the great stories behind our garments. Unique moments instead of shopping mania. Storytelling instead of fast fashion. Together with Kia Lindroos I did my very first Haulternative and we had a lot of fun together!
During seven days, from the 24th until 30th of April, the yearly Fashion Revolution Week takes place. There will be events worldwide with the aim of fighting for a fair fashion industry and I summarized nice events in Sweden and Germany. I teamed up with Kim (Blog Kim goes öko) and we asked ourselves: Who made my clothes?
A decent shopping trip to celebrate the beginning of spring? No chance. Not in my wardrobe. I want to show you today how you can create three stylish spring outfits with only five basics. A capsule wardrobe for spring so to speak.
Three years ago I did an internship in Canada for a period of five months. During that time I fell in love with a creamy delicacy: peanut butter. Before my time in Canada I have actually never tried this awesome spread. Only when my boyfriend George and I made a bike tour through the famous Algonquin National Park I discovered my deep peanut butter love.
Most of us have heard of clothing swaps, haven’t we? The idea of swapping clothes has gained popularity worldwide in the last years. And not without reason I would say! It is a fun option to get rid of your clothes and find new treasures at the same time. So, why not applying this idea to food? Instead of swapping clothes one swaps food. As easy as this. Just like the saying “clothing swaps are so yesterday“ I participated in my first food swap this weekend at the Green Stories in Malmö.
Today on the 1st of March many of us set stop using sugar, drinking alcohol or begin to integrate a short exercise session into their daily life for a period of 40 days. Welcome to Lent! I have do admit that fasting has never been part of my life because I was of the opinion that you only can change if habit if you integrate it into your life in the long-run. Why do I now write a blog post about fast fashion fasting?
Sometimes it is not so easy to approach new topics or establish new routines in your life. A lot of people would like to eat more healthy food, find a new hobby or exercise more. In other words: Finding an activity that is good for you and makes you stronger in your everyday life. For me it was yoga that changed my life. I want to show you how to approach this topic and how to get out the most of it for yourself.
Yes, they exist! Fair Fashion pieces that are affordable and look great. As a lot of items are on sale now, I went for you through several online shops to find the nicest fair fashion basics in grey and black.