Our favorite conscious summer styles right now.
The Edits brings you Make it last’s favorite conscious styles right now. Since summer is creeping up, we have selected our top five summer looks that we can’t wait to wear on a day off – preferably spent in the archipelago.
Bra made of organic cotton from H&M Conscious. Jeans, also made from organic cotton, from Gina Tricot. Belt, second hand and shoes from Eytys.
Wetsuit from Beyond Retro.
Organic cotton bra from H&M. Shirt from Totême, a brand that focus on timeless pieces and good quality. Shorts/menswear underwear created by the leftovers from shirts, from Boomerang. Necklace from Sophie by Sophie.
Body made of the natural material Tencel, from Reformation. Vintage Levi’s shorts from Från Ö till A. Bracelet from Sophie by Sophie – 10% of each sold bracelet is donated to the World Childhood foundation. Shoes from ATP Atelier.
Bottom made from discarded materials such as carpet fluff and fishing line bound for landfills, from Koru Swimwear. Timeless top from Hope and bracelet from Sophie by Sophie – each stone represent a paragraph of the United Nations’ children’s rights convention.
Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Hair Elin Eriksson /Agent Bauer
Makeup Pari Damani /Hall&Lundgren
Model Keyla /Mikas
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