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The Edit: Jewelry

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by Make it last on 8 July, 2015

The Make It Last Edits presents the best of conscious contemporary style. This week's theme: jewelry.

What excites us the most? Conscious contemporary style! Modern and easy looks that are somehow more sustainable – being timeless, sustainably produced, vintage or in some other way a better choice.

This is The Make It Last Edits, where we bring you our favorite conscious styles right now. Our fourth theme is jewelry. Enjoy!


Earrings from Yggdrasil, a brand that plants a tree every time you buy a piece of jewelry from them. Body made of tencel from Reformation and rings from Emma Israelsson.


Earring created by a brand that works a lot with symbols of love, peace, hope and faith which are daily reminders of timeless truths in a fast moving world. This piece from Sophie by Sophie truly stand the test of time. Turtleneck from Cheap Monday.


Ring and bracelet from Yggdrasil who collaborates with “The Nature Conservancy” and support their project “Plant a Billion Trees”.


Bracelet from Märta Larsson, a brand that has a sustainable thinking through all stages of the manufacturing – from packaging, to stones and locally produced accessories to reduce the environmental impact. Dress from Stylein.


Necklaces from Emma Israelsson who give away 10 % of the profits to charity. The jewelry also communicate blessings and promise of protection. Top from Altewaisaome.

Photography Pauline Suzor.
Styling Mikaela Hållén.
Hair and makeup Louise Linder /Mikas looks.
Model Anisa /Elite.

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