It has a high waist. My favorite!
2. The slits make it very convenient if I need to suddenly break into a sprint!
3. I can sit like this and all my lady bits are securely covered. (I have really bad resting bi*$% face. I Blame genetics.)
4. One slit is sexy. Two is just plain STUPID! Stupid sexxy that is!
5. The conservative length makes it work appropriate.
6. I can climb trees without feeling restricted. WIN!
7. The length makes me look so prim and proper.
8.When the wind blows, just the right amount of leg shows.
9. I look like an absolute BOSS in it!
10. It’s on sale for $12.95!
SPLICED MIDI SKIRT: $12.50 ASOS *Sustainable Pick*
NINA FISHBONE STOCKINGS: $22 Swedish Stockings *Sustainable Pick*
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LACE UP PUMP: $59.97 Chinese Laundry
BRACELET: $50 KENDRA SCOTT [Similar Style Linked]
FAUX FUR VEST: Thrifted
BAG: I’ve had it for years, never gets old.
These high-neck sweaters from ASOS (eco-edit) are my faves right now. They are in neutral colors that pair perfectly with most of my Winter wardrobe. They are fitted and soft and I’ll for sure get plenty of wear out of these. Best of all they come in packs of two! I find that one of my major challenges as a sustainable blogger is finding affordable ethical/eco fashion. There are so many great brands out there now (and more popping up every minute) but the price points don’t always fit everyone’s budget. It makes me so happy to find affordable sustainable fashion because then I can share it with you guys! Like this boyfriend sweater that’s on sale for $18 which is also from their eco-edit.
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RE-ALIGNING WITH MY MISSION
As we approach 2017, expect to see more and more sustainable brands featured on the blog. My goal is to only have sustainable brands on the site by 2017. This means that even if I am wearing something that’s not from a sustainable brand, I won’t post a link to it. I want to use my blog as a platform to showcase only those companies and brands that are doing good things in the world. If you are new to visiting my blog and want to better understand my personal mission, you should definitely read my post What’s the Deal with Eco- Fashion? It breaks down what ethical, sustainable, eco fashion means to me. And why I have decided to focus on this topic for a blog. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. I love reading comments on my blog. Good and bad. It lets me know that someone out there is listening. It lets me know what you are interested in. And I am happy to converse about the topic. Are you an eco-fashionista? What are your favorite brands? Drop your instagram handle in the comment box. I want to connect with you stylish eco-ladies out there!