Fair fashion outfit: Palms in Kew Gardens

Fair Fashion Outfit: Palms in Kew Gardens

The Botanical Gardens

On my second day in London, we decided to head out to Kew Gardens to do a little fair fashion outfit shoot. I had never been before and it was the perfect backdrop for what we intended (yes, I’m wearing a palm top on purpose ;) I must admit, I always feel slightly awkward in front of the camera, but people have seen stranger things in London, right? I’m actually planning on sharing more sustainable outfits in the future, so I guess I should just get over myself!

Fair Fashion Outfit: Palms in Kew Gardens Fair Fashion Outfit: Palms in Kew Gardens

Fair fashion forever

Anyway, to the outfit: You might know that I’ve started shopping for only sustainable or second-hand garments a little over a year ago. I have done my research over the last few months and found a few favourite fair and sustainable labels, that are still stylish and affordable: People Tree, Armed Angels, Veja, Jan N’ June…there’s actually a lot to choose from! On my first London day I also bought my very first Matt and Nat bag at a sample sale and can’t stop wearing it now. All of these brands produce ethically and with mostly with organic materials. Of course it’s a little more expensive, but it’s great fun to collect and find beautiful pieces. Do you have any fair favourites at the moment?

Fair Fashion Outfit: Palms in Kew Gardens Fair Fashion Outfit: Palms in Kew Gardens Fair Fashion Outfit: Palms in Kew Gardens

Shirt: People Tree | Coat: Jan’ N June | Bag: Matt and Nat | Shoes: Veja | Jeans: Asos | Necklace: Borrowed from a friend.

Brand Info

People Tree | Fair fashion label from Great Britain. The shirt is organic cotton and made by Assisi Garments, a social enterprise from India.

Jan’ N June | Fair fashion label from Germany. The coat is from their last collection and not available anymore, the current pieces are beautiful as well though!

Matt and Nat | Vegan and sustainable handbags from Montreal, Canada.

Veja | Fair sneaker label from France, made in Brasil.

Asos | Online retailer from the UK, not fair/sustainable in particular.

 

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