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As mentioned in my last outfit post, I don’t want to publish typical outfit posts anymore. Don’t worry, I won’t completely change how I do everything, but I just want to include more value when I post about fashion, for example with styling tips and more info about the ethical fashion brands!
Currently I think I am inspiring my readers to shop more than I am to play with your current wardrobe. Of course, I will continue to present new items now and then as I want to always show that my favorite ethical fashion brands create super stylish pieces! BUT from now on I also want to include some sort of topic that inspires and gives you ideas on how to combine your current wardrobe to create new outfits. Do you have any wishes about what styling tips I should give or what topics I should write about?
Today we start with three different winter looks! This is especially relevant now because it is now during the cold season that I find it quite hard to create a chic look. Too many layers, too much black, not enough options to style your clothing – at least in my opinion. That’s why I wanted to create three relatively colorful looks for winter, kind of like a challenge:
Outfit 1 – super relaxed:
That day I just wanted to be comfortable and cozy and I actually like this combo a lot lately: a black oversized sweater, black skinny jeans as well as my black, vegan boots – perfect for the grey and rainy winter here in Berlin. Usually I would style this whole look with a grey or black coat. However, I wanted to challenge myself and add some color which I did with this bright jacket from TwoThirds!
The sweater ist by Plantfaced Clothing, a vegan and ethical label that I discovered during a sustainable market here in Berlin. I immediately had to purchase this piece with waterbased and vegan ink. The sweater is made out of organic cotton and holds the Fair Wear Foundation certificate (one of the certificates that I trust the most).
Outfit 2 – chic & warm:
I’m actually not wearing a skirt here but a dress combined with a short sweater. I added warm tights and a warm longsleeve underneath – super warm! I also added a belt around my waist to create a nice shape. My thick vegan boots by Dr Martens are a great contrast to the otherwise very feminine and girly look. The bag highlights the cranberry tone of the sweater. On top I am wearing my grey coat by Lanius. It’s super long and therefore keeps me super warm 🙂
All three labels, Lanius (coat, PR Sample), Armedangels (Kleid, Affiliate Link PR Sample) and Hessnatur (sweater, vegan, similar colors here, PR Sample) can proudly show off amazing certificates such as GOTS and BSCI. Read about the certificates on their websites. Also all three labels are super transparent regarding their materials and production – always a good sign when it comes to ethical and sustainable fashion!
Outfit 3 – gone with the wind:
The bright red scarf is definitely the main attraction here! My aunt made me the scarf for Christmas and I LOVE it!!!!
You’ve seen the coat in outfit number 2 and you should also recognize the skirt. I wore it in my Marokko-Outfit-Post. Actually you already know the whole outfit! The shoes you know from outfit number 2 and I showed you the bag for the first time ages ago on the blog!
Photos from outfit number 3 by Nadine Kunath
You see, you don’t always need many new items to create fresh, new looks! Also I love combining summer items with my winter wardrobe! Below I am gonna link some alternatives for you. NOT so you aimlessly start to shop online. Only IF you need a new piece and happen to find it via my inspiration, I would of course be happy to receive a little commission. But only buy what you really need!
I hope you like this new type of outfit post! I already excited to see what I come up with to post next! I definitely have topics such as “one week – 7 looks” in the pipeline 🙂 Have a great Friday and a good start to the new week!