Our favorite conscious summer styles right now.
The Edits brings you Make it last’s favorite conscious styles right now. This time we spent a day by the ocean in the south of Sweden with lovely Blue.
Left: knit made of organic woll and alpaca (GOTS) from Maska. Brief from Sloggi who makes some of their lingerie from recycled coffee. Jewelry, Blue’s own. Right: jumpsuit from Asos Eco Edit and necklace with short chain from Emma Israelsson who gives 10 % of her profits to charity.
Blouse from second hand store Beyond Retro.
Dress from our office neighbors Totême, a brand focusing on timeless pieces and good quality. Necklace with short chain from Emma Israelsson. The rest of the jewelry are Blue’s own.
Knit made of organic wool and alpaca from Maska. Brief from Calida. Jewelry, Blues own.
Top and pant from Calida – brand that tests all fabrics to meet the Oeko-Tex Standard 100, read more about that here.
Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Hair & makeup Sara Eriksson
Model Blue Lindeberg /Mikas
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