Our favorite conscious comfy pieces right now.
The Edits brings you Make it last’s favorite conscious styles right now. This week, we’re chilling in the perfect casual pieces, made to be worn on a daily basis.
Hoodie from Vetements. Pantyhose made from recycled nylon from Swedish Stockings. Jeans made of 100% organic cotton from Gina Tricot.
T-shirt from Deadwood, a brand that works a lot with recycled leather, bamboo fiber an hemp in their collections. Vegan leather jacket from Cheap Monday. Vintage jeans from Levi’s.
Hoodie from Vetements, a brand that skips pre-collections entirely, read more here.
Top from Myrorna. Jacket from Filippa K, find more sustainable choices here.
Bikini made from recycled plastic bottles, from Under the same sun. Vintage jacket from Levi’s. Hat, Fanny’s own.
Dress from Beyond Retro Zinkensdam. Top from Adidas, found at Beyond Retro as well.
Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Hair Sainabou Chune
Makeup Oscar Svensson
Model Fanny Amelita Aronsson
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