Eco chic: Classy look with an eye catcher
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I’ve been dreaming of having my own Stella Mc Cartney for ages. I’m sure many of you can relate! I’ve never had the heart to though to spend so much money on one single bag. The good news: I’m finally wearing one, and even better; I didn’t had to pay to whole sum for it. Sounds to good to be true? Well, do you know RagFair already? It’s a start up from Zurich where you can rent your clothing. You can exchange the items every month and you can borrow 3 pieces at once.
All the brands you can find on RagFair, are sustainable plus the system itself is eco-friendly too. Buy lending clothes and accessoires instead of buying a new piece, you reinvent what you consume. Say good bye to the overloaded wardrobe and start to share your favourite pieces!
Blouse*: Ararose (30% discount with the code ANINA) / Skirt*: Jan N’ June / Clutch*: Stella Mc Cartney via RagFair / Stockings: Swedish Stockings / Necklace*: Tara Style / Rings: Jewelry by Amanda / Watch & Cuff*: Daniel Wellington
I kept this look really simple since the colour of the clutch is such an eye catcher itself. I’m wearing my all time favourite skirt by Jan N’ June which is so comfortable and classy at the same time.
Because I didn’t want to style it as an evening outfit (or not only) I went for the beige blouse by Ararose (btw; with the code ANINA you can get 30% off on your order). Hannah and Sophie, the founder of this young fair label, want to inspire women to be their natural, greatest selves, to embrace who they are and to empower themselves. Such a lovely message, isn’t it? The two girls were inspired to create a sustainable fashion brand after watching the documentary “The True Cost”. Have you seen it yet? It’s amazing! 🙂
*Dislaimer: These products are PR-Samples. All opinions are my own.
Let me know how you like the outfit and what you think about the idea of lending clothes and accessoires instead of buying something new!