This outfit series is in response to a request I got on instagram. Basically summer outfits with a black color palette. Here are the six outfits I came up with. Let me know your favorite in the comments below.
Vanesa Vinhas Kaftan Suit– Made with organic bamboo fabric. It’s produced at a small family run facility in Portugal.
Ninety Percent Top– 90% of profits are donated to charities.
Agmes Earrings– Made with recycled metals.
Hozen Bag– sustainably made with vegan leather.
Pala Sunglasses– Pala’s sunglasses classes are made with recycled plastic.
Ahimsa Sandals– Made with vegan leather, Biolatex, and cork.
Agmes Earrings– Handcrafted in the U.S.
Behno Bag– Made ethically in India.
Laiik Sandals– Handmade in Greece using vachetta tanned leather.
Acephala Top– Made ethically with natural fabrics sourced from the E.U.
Pala Sunglasses– This frame is made with recycled acetate.
Imaima Skirt– Handwoven with azo-free dyes.
Nine to Five Shoes– Made in a family-run factory in Portugal.
Nagnata Top– Made with technical organic cotton.
Maria Maleta Bag– Made with sustainable, metal-free, vegetable-tanned leather.
Re/Done Jeans– Made with upcycled Levi’s.
Stella McCartney Sunglasses– Made with bio-based acetate.
Amur Top– Made from recycled polyester in NYC.
Bo Carter Shorts– Made with ethically sourced wool from a rescue sheep farm in Scotland.
Aranaz Bag– Handwoven with traditional techniques in Manila.
Proof Sunglasses– Made with sustainable wood and cotton-based acetate.
Ancient Greek Sandals– Ethically handcrafted in Greece.
Pippa Holt Dress– Ethically handcrafted in rural Mexico.
Hexa Flats– Made with vegan Japanese eco-fibers.
Eliurpi Bag– Handcrafted in Barcelona using straw.
Filu Hats– Handmade at a centuries old factory in the Alps.
Toms Sunglasses– As part of the One for One program, a pair of glasses is donated to a child in need when you purchase.
Ninety Percent Top– Made sustainably in London.
Matt & Nat Sunglasses– Made ethically in China.
Studio 33 Bag– Made with vegan materials.
Soko Necklace– Handcrafted with traditional techniques in Kenya.
Alepel Shoes– Handmade in Brazil and painted by local Miami artists.
A La Garconne Pants– Made sustainably. The brand also incorporates sustainable materials.