Every week, Filippa K Circle invites inspiring people to share their current mindsets. This week art historian and editor of The Dashing Rider, Fiona Dinkelbach, shares her thoughts.
My state of mind: Like Yin and Yang—always a bit in-between.
In relation to fashion, I have learned not to: Buy everything. I don’t need 20 basic white blouses that look almost the same.
My best DIY tip for making every day more sustainable: It’s all in the simple things, like turning off the water in the shower while using hair and body products, shopping local and supporting small business in your city.
My eco-fashion prediction: It’s a classic, but so true: Less is more! We need to stop buying things, always think quality before quantity, and I think vintage and second hand is going to have a big revival.
My favorite organic/natural beauty product: I recently discovered the Danish brand NUORI. The “Supreme Moisture Mask” is my favorite product for relaxing after a stressful day.
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