Capsule Wardrobe: Colorful & Sophisticated

Who inspires your style? There are thousands of influencers on Instagram, and they all post amazing looks that someday when I have a lot of money and those brands are sustainable I’ll probably copy. As I was perusing my Insta today, I got a comment from Conscious & Chic on my Casual Capsule Wardrobe, she said that her casual style was most people’s dressy style and that’s so true. Her style is sophisticated, but not only that it’s colorful too! She wears amazing patterns and the most beautiful colors. So that became my first inspiration for this capsule. My second came from a styling tip from Sustainably Stylish. Her tip- sweaters over summer maxi dresses to reuse for winter. Isn’t that amazing?! I wish that I’d thought of it before. So I combined some of Tania’s activism chic with Kat’s bright sophisticated aesthetic.
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With ethical production and sustainable practices in Cambodia.
Misha Nonoo blazer
How was it made?
Made as ordered to reduce waste.

Mayamiko dress
How was it made?
With ethically sourced cotton and manufactured by fair trade artisans in Malawi.

Tome blouse
How was it made?
Made ethically in NYC

Orwell Austen sweater
How was it made?
Orwell + Austen work closely with a small family run factory in Nepal. The factory employs artisanal hand knitting, dying and weaving techniques.

Martha Medeiros skirt
How was it made?

With Brazilian “Renascença” lace – made exclusively for her by a group of more than 450 women artisans from tiny and distant villages. Martha maintains a close relationship with these lacemakers through the “Olhar do Sertão” Project, from the Institute Martha Medeiros. Her relationship with them is divided into two distinct parts: the professional, through paid work and providing social care in education, health and finances.

AMUR pants
How was it made?
Made with recycled polyester.

Mara Hoffman skirt
How was it made?
With GOTS certified organic cotton with sustainable practices by artisans in Peru.

Susi Studio heels
How was it made?
With recycled microsuede by artisans in Hong Kong and Portugal.

Ecovibe Apparel Boots
How was it made?
With textile instead of leather and made ethically in the U.S.

Proof Sunglasses
How was it made?
With recycled aluminum and sustainable wood.

Le Suri Clutch
How was it made?
Made totally by hand and with cork.
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