My 4 favourite spring trends 2016

Four Spring Trends 2016 in Fair Fashion Pieces

It’s officially spring time! Well, at least according to the calendar – looking outside I won’t say good-bye to my winter coat anytime soon. Either way, it’s definitely time to start thinking about revamping and freshening up my wardrobe – with fair and ethical fashion, of course! Looking back at the fashion pins I pinned recently (anybody else does that?), there are a few common themes running through. So here goes, my favourite spring trends 2016:

Stripes | Let’s be honest: This is more of a spring, summer, autumn, winter trend for me, but I’ve included them anyway because there’s always because there’s always new (and slightly different) pieces each season. The People Tree collection is especially gorgeous and I have my eyes on this dress and this shirt.

Metallic trainers | This is one of those “trends” that I kind of hated when I saw it in the online shops for the first time, but after seeing so many stylish girls on the street (and on Pinterest) rocking a great metallic shoe, I can’t wait to get my own pair! I’ll probably get these Veja trainers in silver soon (also available in gold) and I’m picturing myself wearing them with black office trousers and maybe a white blouse.

Tennis shoes | This however is a shoe trend I’ve loved for years – and again, Veja has the best pair: Get in my closet real soon!

Denim | It’s still everywhere and the ethical jeans market is getting better every season! Armed Angels has some lovely dungarees that I might just be brave enough to try this year and there’s also some nice mom jeans (!) out at the moment. I’m so sick of skinny jeans at the moment and really craving some alternatives, what about you? Btw, did you know that you can also ‘lease’ jeans from Mud Jeans (if you don’t want to invest in one more pair right away) – pretty cool!

What about you? What’s on your (ethical) fashion wish list this season?

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Picture of me by Helena Rae/Newfound.

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