Summer summer summer, I love you so! Especially for wearing wide cotton pants each day and every day. Today’s fair fashion outfit pictures have been taken during my vacation to Portugal and I just love how everything in the pictures is blue and white. I am wearing some cotton pants from Deerberg and a two in one blouse from the Sinfinis online shop.
We took the pictures on our very last night, right after we finished packing our bags. I was like “oh wait, I wanted to shoot this outfit before going home” … after having worn the outfit the entire day at the beach and around town. I am glad one cannot tell that there are actually stains from wet sand on the pants 😀 So we went to the rooftop terrace of our air bnb (which was amazing!) and I took the very last opportunity to shoot this fair fashion look. I wish I could shoot all my pictures in Portugal – the magical light and the beautiful narrow streets just make every outfit look a little nicer than it does in Germany. Don’t you think 😉 ?
Lets talk about this outfit. Here is a thing: I have been wearing crop tops back in highschool – in seventh grade! And never ever afterwards! Until I turned 30 😀
Seriously, I would not have thought that I would ever go back to crop tops but I have to admit that I really like this one here. Worn with some high waist pants I actually feel dressed – and not too naked. The fun thing about the shirt I am wearing here is that it is a two-in-one-blouse. So you can wear it two ways. You can check it out in the sinfinis online shop.
Sinfinis is a really beautiful online shop for sustainable and fair fashion and accessoires. Leonie and Sonja are the two women behind the shop and their idea is to show the world that fair trade doens’t mean boring. Quite in contrast, the most exclusive designs can be found among fair and ethically made clothes/accessoires/etc. Those of you following and reading my blog know that this is true, of course 😉
In case you are looking for new fair fashion pieces, for home accessoires or jewelery, make sure to check out Sinfinis. Oh, they have a really cute children’s section as well, by the way!
And those pants? I personally love loose fitted cotton pants in Summer and next to shorts they are all I wear from May to September. I think that one does not need much more than a pretty pair of cotton pants and white tee. I could easily wear that every day. This Summer it’s those pants here that I wear most. They are from the Young Collection from Deerberg, a German label that I have been blogging about back here and that I will be blogging about more in the future, for sure 🙂
I just checked the Deerberg online shop for the pants but it seems like they are sold old already! No wonder, since they are super cute and comfy. The pieces from the Deerberg Young Collection are only available in limited quantities so it might be a good idea not to wait for too long to order.
Feel free to check out the entire Young Collection
Is this an outfit you would wear too? Would you show your belly button to the world 😀 ?
And another question; when you see this outfit would you think it is all fair trade and organic? No right!? I mean fair clothes became so fashionable over the past few years and I really believe that there is not a single real reason for why not to support labels that aim to change the world into a better place! I know fair fashion is more expensive, but you know what? Not even that much! When looking at a company like Deerberg who were selling these pants that I am wearing here for 50€. That isn’t much for a pair of organic and ethically made pants! Yes, maybe you will get two polyester pants made from children in Bangladesh, when goint to H&M instead – but do you really need these two pants? Isn’t it worth investing rather in one that you truely love and that makes you feel good when putting it on; because you know you’ve done something good by choosing it!? I think so! How about you :)?
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