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Get The Look: Bike Shorts

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by Make it last on 4 June, 2019

This image makes us happy – and at least a little curious about trying out the bike short trend. Are you with us? Here's some sustainable material inspiration – and if you have too many tights, just cut a pair off instead of buying something new.

Image by our office colleague Pauline Suzor for Damernas.

Bike shorts, recycled materials, Arket. Bike shorts, mainly organic cotton, Weekday. Bike shorts, organic cotton, Weekday.

Sweatshirt, Tencel and organic cotton, Filippa K. Logo top, Marine Serre. Sweatshirt, organic cotton, GmbH.

Tank, organic cotton, Skin. Sneakers, featuring recycled beach waste, Adidas. Socks, organic cotton, Woron.


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