Sustainable Fashion Outfit 2: Blush Dress and Mustard Scarf


Welcome to my second sustainable fashion outfit post, where I take inspiration from an outfit to put together a sustainable equivalent. This second outfit also takes inspiration from a photo found on Pinterest. The outfit pairs the unusual colour combination of blush pink with mustard, two colours I never would have thought to put together. But I think you will agree that it is a striking and stunning effect.

Photo credit: unknown

Photo credit: unknown

The photo can be found here. Unfortunately the link to the original photo is broken, so I don’t know who to credit for the inspiration. (If you do know who’s photo this is, please get in contact). 

Couldn’t quite find a light floaty dress that was quite like the one in the picture, but I did find a blush/gold coloured feminine dress that I think goes quite well with this outfit. What do you think?

Sustainable Fashion Outfit 21. Gold Dress, handmade-to-measure in London with wool and silk by Etrala.London

2. Erika Jersey Jacket made with fair trade organic cotton, from People Tree

3. Story ID Tag Necklace by Article 22, made by skilled artisans in Laos using recycled bomb casings. A percentage of the sale goes towards de-mining efforts in Laos.

4. Turmeric-dyed DIY Cowl by tortoise & lady grey, you can find the full tutorial for this easy beginner project here

5. Black Leggings, organic cotton and sweat shop free, by PACT

6. Black Leather Clutch, ethically made in Australia with discarded leather offcuts (waste from leather factories) by Gabriella Ferrante

7. Black leather boots, vege-tanned and ethically made in Spain by Coclico. The boots featured here have just disappeared from the store (old season stock), but you can find a decent new season alternative here

A simple but gorgeous combination, don’t you think?