Hello fair ladies,
It’s been crazy busy with the shop lately and of course it’s also holiday season so yes, it’s been a while 🙂
But I have some pictures to make it up to you.
For those who know me, it’s not a secret that I’m a big fan of (hair) accessories 🙂
So watch and share my love!
The goal for this look is to keep it soft and light but with a lot of accessory but you may never have the feeling that it is too much. The peache headband makes it easy of course; nude is such a soft colour and it matches my pale face. The redness of my hair in combination with the darkred lipstick spices it up a little bit without being too cheeky. Blue colours create a trustworthy feeling, check the suit of your bank employer next time if you don’t believe me 😉 It’s not really my colour though but I’m happy that I pulled it off this way! Styling information :
Shirt : Alchemist
Scarf : Hellen van Berkel, in Shop
Earrings : La Ville Jewelry
Hair accessoire : unknown
Why is it fair?
Alchemist is a Dutch company, their mission is to combine high-fashion with an ethical lifestyle, as founder Caroline Mewe believes fashion and ethical business practices to be equally important. The scarf is made by Hellen van Berkel, also a Dutch company. Hellen van Berkel designs single copies or limited editions with an authentic handmade quality. She never does any mass production just to lower the costs. She combines traditional block printing and silkscreen printing with the latest digital print techniques and adds exquisite handmade embroidery. The source of this unique style of embroidery is in India where it creates jobs this way. It also keeps the handcraft alive because these skills have been passed down through generations. Combining material and technique, Hellen creates original work. Beside her small production in silk, she also has a line in ecological fabric : modal.
The earrings are from La Ville Jewelry. They are designed and handmade in Belgium. The headband is handmand by a girl in Londen who sold her beautiful goodies on Spittafields Market.