This week's eco-fashion wrap-up brought to you by new c. marchuska intern: Christina Blacken.
Retail: Doucette Duvall’s Lauren Dress made from rescued materials. This solid colored dress is perfect for summer, a classic silloutte with a touch of devil may care that will leave any chic sustainable shopper wanting more!
Frai breakaway Blazer: Can we say awwmazing? Pair it with a basic top or chunky patterns. The jacket is versatile and oozes sophistication with a touch of masculinity to keep things interesting.
She Bible necklace: yarn never looked so dam sexy! This beautiful creation by Nixxi creates the perfect architect touch for any springtime wardrobe
Hemp chic clothes launch designer Virdis Luxe into eco fashion glory
A time old material, hemp is not normally lumped into the category of luxurious. But Virdis Luxe have crafted sweaters, skirts, wraps, and tunics from silken hemp that make you fall in love with this traditional fabric.
Our Earth uninhabitable by 2300? Another reason sustainable fashion isn’t just a trend!
We have all heard and know the debates around climate change, but current research from the Universities of New South Wales and Purdue predicts a dooms outlook for future generations if current trends in consumption aren’t changed. In fact, more than half of the planet is projected to be inhabitable in three centuries! Keep rocking those eco friendly frocks and you could help keep this planet cool and sustainable
Have a great weekend everyone!