Sustainable Fashion is all about closing the loop – designing goods made with new materials that can be easily and fully recycled or biodegraded (minimizing other impacts, of course), while also maximizing the use of surplus, dead-stock, up-cycled and otherwise wasted materials. Here are some ideas for fall/winter, but make it sustainable.
Remember to make the most of everything you already own first, swap or borrow clothes from friends, browse through some of our favorite secondhand or consignment shops or thrift stores near you, then prioritize quality and durability over quantity with everything new you purchase!
Your new work uniform? A boxy blazer styled over a skirt or dress.
Consider it a cousin of the pistachio trend we saw so much of for F/W 19, but just a pinch more spring-ready and easier to style. This happy color can be incorporated into your wardrobe through dresses, separates, handbags, or shoes, giving all your outfits a fresh feel.
Keeping cool won’t be an issue in spring/summer 2020 thanks to crochet. This vacation-vibes material isn’t just for beach coverups and sarongs anymore.
Buttery Soft Leather
There’s no mistaking that leather—including vegan or faux—is the one material everyone’s excited to work with in 2020.
Whether you go with a sparkly gown or a shimmery suit set, prepare to stand out and be the peacock in your friend group.