15 Perfect Picks for a Conscious Vacation Style
Summer, what took you so long? Since our favorite season is finally here, it's high time to inventory your vacation staples. Do you have your sandals, beach bags and swimwear in order? If time for an update, we give you some sustainable, yet stylish, options to choose from!
Iris Blouse, Coltrane works.
Blouse made from 100% Organic Linen (GOTS).
Karla Sunglasses, Reformation.
Light-weight ZYL acetate frames originating from wood pulp and cotton fibers with embedded color. CR-39 Lens with 100% UVA/UVB protection.
Dress, Mara Hoffman.
Organic cotton peasant dress in textured leaf jacquard fabric.
Hamam towel, Ateljé Stockholm/LittleEco.
Organic cotton towel, GOTS certified and toxic free. Hand woven in Turkey.
Aloe Vera Barbadensis Cream, Maria Åkerberg/Skincity.
Organic cooling and moisturizing cream for light sunburns and insect bites.
A-line top made from premium 100% certified fair trade organic cotton.
Sandals, Stella McCartney.
Flat vegan sandals in tan alter nappa made from polyurethane and polyester.
Made from 80% recycled polyamide and 20% elastane.
Coco tote, Kayu.
Bag made from hand woven straw with wooden handles and a magnetic snap closure.
Artisan handmade earrings made from 100% recycled brass and natural pearl and amazonite stones.
Blouse, Filippa K.
Beach blouse mindfully made from sustainable Modal.
Upper made of 50% organic cotton, 20% jute and 21% recycled plastic. Inner sole made of organic cotton and expensed rubber. Sole made of wild rubber from the Amazonian forest. Made in Brazil.
Hedvig Palm: "Don't buy new things each season according to trend"
Every week, Filippa K Circle invites inspiring people to share their current mindsets. This time it's model Hedvig Palm.
BRAND TO WATCH: Peet Dullaert
Peet Dullaert's optimistic fashion is more elegant than Eighties.
The Edits: Sustainable Denim
Four sustainable jeans you need to know about!
AmyAnn Cadwell: “Above all, it’s important to look for transparency in the brands we support”
Filippa K Circle invites experts in the interface between innovation and sustainability to share their visions for a better feature in a "Letter". This week it's AmyAnn Cadwell, editor-in-chief of The Good Trade.