Do you have a wardrobe for every season or do you wear all your pieces all time? I have both … but most of my pieces can be worn every season. Like the beautiful dress that I am wearing in today’s post! It’s a wonderful fair fashion inspiration for late summer but it absolutely goes with every season!
I found this dress in the new Deerberg collection for Fall 2019. I fell in love with the beautiful print and the timeless style (slow fashion for the win!) that goes with everything (from easy to chic).
It does actually have long sleeves, but for the warm weather these days, I just rolled them up which works wonderfully.
What are your favorite pieces that you take from one season to the next?
As I will be travelling Europe for one year in a camper van in only five weeks from today, I am thinking A LOT about what kind of clothes to bring! And of course I prefer to bring mainly clothes that I can wear all year around because like that I can save space.
We will be travelling with the sun most of the time, however, there will be cold days as well, even in Portugal and Spain. So I have to pack a few warm sweaters, some jeans, and a coat – but otherwise I actually bring a lot of wide and comfy pants (they go for temperatures between 15° C and 30° C), blouses, and of course dresses!
I love easy cotton dresses like this one here, because I can combine them in so many different ways:
- like here with nothing but some sneakers (one (nice) dress can make an entire outfit!)
- with high heels to have an elegant outfit for an evening event or fancy dinner
- with tights and boots for colder days
- with a cardigan and bare legs for medium cold days
- with a sweater on top to wear it like a skirt
- etc. etc. etc.
The options are endless 🙂
The dress is – of course – made from 100% organic cotton (I don’t wear anything made from NON organic cotton – except if it’s second hand) and comes with a really nice easy fit. I love the structure of the fabric as it is not too light nor too heavy but just the perfect jersey material for every day. Even though it is 100% organic cotton and doesn’t have any elasthane, it feels almost like a little stretchy which makes it even more comfortable.
I can imagine myself wearing this dress on easy camper van mornings after waking up – but also on rare date nights with my husband 🙂
How do you like it?
Would you agree that today’s post is another proof for the fact that fair and sustainable/organic fashion does NOT look boring or “green” or hippie or anything like that :D?
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