Pocket scarf by Siamese Dream Design
Purple hmong embroidery, black pompoms
Pocket scarf by Siamese Dream Design
Purple hmong embroidery, black pompoms
Pocket scarf by Siamese Dream Design
Purple hmong embroidery, black pompoms

Pocket scarf by Siamese Dream Design

Purple hmong embroidery, black pompoms

Via
Canon EOS 600D
Pocket Scarf by Siamese Dream Design
Tribal Naga Embroidery on red black and grey with fringe
Pocket Scarf by Siamese Dream Design
Tribal Naga Embroidery on red black and grey with fringe
Pocket Scarf by Siamese Dream Design
Tribal Naga Embroidery on red black and grey with fringe

Pocket Scarf by Siamese Dream Design

Tribal Naga Embroidery on red black and grey with fringe

Via
iPhone 5s

coffeeblooded:

Decided to be trendy and put flowers in my beard again

gypsylolita:

Bohemian Living

Samsung DV150F/DV151F/DV155F

Dahlia Mary Jane Women’s Shoes by Siamese Dream Design

in Hmong Applique with Indigo Batik Fabric, Eco-friendly

RIley Women’s Moccasin Style Slippers by Siamese Dream Design

in Pink ethnic Hmong Embroidered Fabric, Eco-friendly

whereclothes:

Upcycled Eco Friendly Leg Warmers by Where
The perfect accessory for winter!!
whereclothes:

Upcycled Eco Friendly Leg Warmers by Where
The perfect accessory for winter!!
whereclothes:

Upcycled Eco Friendly Leg Warmers by Where
The perfect accessory for winter!!

whereclothes:

Upcycled Eco Friendly Leg Warmers by Where

The perfect accessory for winter!!

cfda:

Image via Pamela Love

cfda:

Image via Pamela Love

wantering-blog:

7 Tips on How to be Fashionably Responsible

Love fashion AND want to do all you can for the environment? This Wednesday, our stylish friend Myriam, Founder of Eco Fashion Week, talks about 7 things you can do to be more fashionably responsible. Take it away Myriam!

1. Ask yourself: “Do I really need it?”

Most of our purchases are impulsive. You will often surprise yourself by answering “no” to the question.

2. Be curious and be informed.

Ask the salesperson in store questions, read labels (where is it made? what is it made of?), follow eco fashion-focused blogs like Ecouterre, Eco-salon, or Tree Hugger.

3. Be proud of bringing your re-usable shopping bags, even if it is in a high-end store.

Does your t-shirt need to be wrapped in a paper with a ribbon, in a box, in a fancy bag with even more paper? There is totally a prestige factor to it, but what happens to all of this after? Re-use? Recycle? Garbage? Being “eco” is not only with your actions, but with your attitude as well.

4. Wear your clothes!

There is no wrong in wearing the same pair of pants or sweater twice or even three times in a week. Be creative and style those differently. Take a minute and look at your closet right now. How many things have you only worn once, or never? Once you are done going through your closet, DONATE!

5. Buy quality.

If you really must buy, make sure your clothes have long lifespans. The higher the quality, the longer the life. Basic and classic pieces should always be part of your wardrobe. Look for well-made clothes with high-end fabrics and materials, and timeless patterns. If you shop this way, you will wear your clothes over and over again without getting tired of them.

6. Take the leap and try second hand clothing.

If you buy around 10 clothing items per month, try to get at least 1 out of 10 of them used. You can find stylish used pieces from vintage and thrift stores. Better yet, exchange clothes with other fashionable friends (it’s free!), or have a fashion swap event. Stop being scared of wearing second hand clothing; there is nothing to fear. Start with accessories, like a purse or a belt, and see how you feel; you’ll start to notice how people compliment you for your fashionably responsible finds..  

7. Find your own “Eco Recipe”.

There are many ways of being fashionably responsible, and we do not have the same personal, human and financial resources. Find what fits you and commit to improve every year. Between second hand clothing, local manufacturing, organic or recycled material, fair labor, upcycling… you have many options. It’s simpler than you think, and guess what, it feels amazing to take action and be the change!


This guest post lovingly crafted for you by:
Myriam L.
Founder of Eco Fashion Week
@ecostylist

(photos from Giphy 1/2/3/4/5/6/7)


Did you know organic and eco fashion labels live on Wantering? Take for example, Greg Lauren, Ralph Lauren’s nephew that creates stylish fashion pieces with military-motif from vintage materials. Check out his work now!
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