Fair Fashion Friday : The pastels edit

Fair Fashion Friday : The pastels edit

Fair Fashion Friday! Some style inspo…

Every Friday I post my favourite fair trade, sustainable, vegan friendly fashion outfit…

This week I’m exploring the pastels trend for Spring/ Summer, and looking at what some independent brands with a more ethical approach are offering… Sound good? Theres some really lovely pieces amongst these…

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Wrap top from Stalf Studio

I’ve got a major obsession with linen at the moment. Besides seeing it featured in some of my favourite feeds on ‘the gram, its ace for sustainability as it requires less pesticides & chemical fertilisers than other fabrics such as cotton. Staff studio do a range of lovely pieces, this one though is SO gorgeous, it caught my eye immediately. Hand made in their studio in Lincolnshire.

  • £80
  • Available from their online store here


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Blush linen jumpsuit from Offon

Offon is run by a husband and wife team who do a range of jumpsuits , tops and dresses in timeless shapes with quality fabrics. Each item is handmade in their studio in Lithuania.

  • £87.39
  • Available form their Etsy store here

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Cream camisole dress in organic cotton from People Tree

From the Pioneers of fair trade fashion, People Tree, an organic cotton slip dress in cream.

  • £28
  • Available form their website here


Midi skirt from Stalf Studio

I couldn’t resist adding this skirt in to this weeks edit, even though Stalf already feature above. I love this outfit! The skirt is such a gorgeous flattering shape and so practical.

  • £105
  • Available from their online store here


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Dusty pink organic and fair trade Jeans from Monkee genes

Monkee genes do a whole range of organic and fair trade denim for both men and women. These pink skinny ones are perfect for spring summer, and at a really reasonable price too.

  • £40
  • Available from their website

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Rose gold and pastel blue Votch watch

An award winning, Peta approved brand, I’m a massive fan of Votch watch – makers of vegan faux leather watches in a range of lovely shades.

  • €155 (approx £135)
  • Available online from their website here

Pastel trainers from fair trade brand Veja

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Veja are such an ace brand. They collect natural rubber from the Amazon which in short, is an environmentally friendly way of making rubber as requires no chemicals, plus, it means the land can generate revenue and therefore is protected against deforestation. Veja follow fair trade principles and use innovative techniques to make their brand as sustainable and enviromentally positive as possible. No child labour round here (unlike *some* major trainers brands…)

The pink ones are leather, the grey/ pink ones are vegan. More available from their website here.

  • From €75 (approx £65)
  • Available from their online store here


What do you think? Anything here that takes your fancy? Next week I’ll be rounding up the best in ethical denim brands….

Roxy x




    • Roxy
      8th June 2017 / 9:53 pm

      me too, they are such a fab brand!

  1. 10th July 2017 / 1:42 pm

    I adore your choice of pastels!
    If you want to check out further brands, I myself always have my rosé Tee from the ethical French brand Les Sublimes with me these days! Super comfy, french Chic and I love their dedication to women empowerment :)

    • Roxy
      16th August 2017 / 7:56 pm

      Thanks Louisa, I have come across Les Sublimes, will be sure to include on a future post. X

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