Our favorite conscious styles right now.
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 eight theme is autumn jackets.
Jacket from Intro/Muse, a brand that works a lot with organic cotton. Turtleneck from Gudrun Sjödén, jeans from Beyond Retro and sneakers from Lacoste.
Coat from Gudrun Sjödén, a brand that delivers its products in environmentally friendly bags and works with organic cotton. The company also has ambitions to use harmless chemicals to contribute to a greener world. Knit made of 100 % lambswool from Maska and jeans from Beyond Retro.
Coat from H&M Conscious Collection – a collection consisting of recycled wool and plastic, as well as organic leather, linen, silk and hemp. Knit from Intro/Muse and jeans from Beyond Retro.
Blazer from Beyond Retro, a vintage clothing chain with stores in Stockholm, Gothenburg, London and Brighton – and an online shop. Knit from Intro/Muse and jeans from Beyond Retro.
Jacket from H&M’s “Close the Loop” collection, made of 20 % recycled materials from H&M’s clothing collection program. Dress from Mes Dames and sneakers from Lacoste.
Coat from Cavaliere, a high quality brand that makes all their garments in Europe. This is a timeless coat that you can keep forever. Dress from Maska.
Photography Pauline Suzor.
Styling Mikaela Hållén.
Model Tilda L /Mikas.
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