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Mid into the holiday season, with New Year’s just around the corner, we’ve browsed our favorite shops for a last minute wardrobe update. As we normally advocate mindful and carefully planned purchases, at least we’ve made sure to pick only timeless and sustainable pieces.

1. The Roanne Dress, Arnsdorf.
2. Black Plissé Pouch, Adornment.
3. Calla Dress, Breelayne.

4. Black Mary Jane Alter Nappa Pumps, Stella McCartney.
5. The Josephine Dress, Arnsdorf.
6. Fede Necklace, Laura Lombardi.

7. One Shoulder Top, Kowtow.
8. Ana Earrings, Agmes.
9. Malea Organic Cotton Sweater, Coltrane.

10. Minimalistic Tank Dress, Filippa K.
11. Soko Maxi Twisted Sia Studs, Reformation.
12. Virgin Wool Pants, Adornment.


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