Hi dear fair fashionista’s,
This week I present to you a couple of ‘old’ catches that I combined with some new, pretty and honest stuff.
It’s sale season and one of my habits then is to undertake a sustainable shopping trip to Brussels. I present you here one of my recent catches, combined with some honest clothing I shopped online!
When I give information about my outfits, I often notice that there are 2 different opinions towards 2nd-hand fashion.
Some people love the idea of almost-new stuff from great designers so very nicely (often hand)made or vintage pieces still in great shape.
Others are getting goosebumps at that very moment. 2nd-hand gives them an unpleasant feeling. For a lot of people it stays something dirty because it’s from people you don’t know.
I personally think that in our consumption-culture of today, there are a lot of great pieces that are ‘thrown’ away, just for creating more closet space. With the possibilities to clean clothes these days, I think it’s really more dirty to buy something in a fast-fashion-store where it’s full of chemicals from the production and also fitted by far more people..
But hey that’s only my opinion 🙂
For the non-believer-camp , I gave it a shot to convince you guys, see for yourself darlings 🙂
Styling information : Shirt & Skirt : OLD/ Jacket + accessories : NEW
Shirt : Christian Dior by Isabelle Bajart, Skirt : French Connection from 2nd-Handstore in Cologne.
PS: Stay tuned for all my Brussels-eco-shopping-tips!