3 Outfits I Wore This Week + Sustainability Check

Hey everyone! First I want to apologise for not posting anything last Sunday. There is a lot going on in my life lately, which is affecting my health and I just needed a break. But now I am back! So today´s post is all 3 outfits I wore this week but with a little twist: I am gonna check each outfit on it´s sustainability level, based on the fabric, the wear count and the production of each item. Sustainability is something I really care about and I also love to dress nicely. And it´s totally possible to combine those two! Of course I am not perfect, but every step in the right direction contributes to change. So let´s have a look at the outfit and results:

Tuesday

I had a doctor´s appointment but apart from that, I  stayed at home and rested. I also made one of my favourite meals, vegan “chicken” nuggets, and worked on this blogpost for a bit…

 

Outfit Sustainability  Check ( maximum 5 stars per item )

Jacket: ****

Sweatshirt: ***

Jeans: ***

Boots: **

Bag: *****

Collar: *

Whole Outfit: *** ( 3,0 stars )


Jacket-Sewn by me

Sweatshirt-MbyM

Jeans-Urban Outfitters BDG

Boots-Covari – vegan ones here

Bag-Angela Roi – similar one here

Collar-Asos

 


Wednesday

A typical day of work, wearing all the comfy layers…

 

Outfit Sustainability  Check ( maximum 5 stars per item )

Jacket: ****

Sweatshirt: ***

Jeans: ***

Dr Martens: ***

Bag: *****

Scarf: ***

Whole Outfit: **** ( 3,5 stars )


Jacket-Sewn by me

Sweatshirt-H&M – fair & sustainable one here

Jeans-Monki

Shoes-Dr Martens – vegan ones here

Bag-Baggu – get it here

Scarf-H&M


Sunday

Quite a warm and sunny day, so I could get away with wearing my thin camouflage parka. I am gonna miss this one for sure, wore it loads this Summer and Autumn!  I mainly chilled and took a bath, because that´s what Sundays are made for, right?! 😉

 

Outfit Sustainability  Check ( maximum 5 stars per item )

Parka: *****

Cardigan: ***

Blouse: *****

Jeans: ***

Bag: *****

Boots: **

Whole Outfit: **** ( 3,8 stars )


 Parka-Vintage

Cardigan-Asos

Blouse-Vintage

Jeans-Urban Outfitters BDG

Boots-Covari

Bag-Angela Roi


Well that was interesting! Don´t you think so? I always try to make sustainable purchases and wear my clothes time and time again, but I never put the sustainability of my outfits into numbers before. All in all the results where as I expected them to be. All of the outfits had at least 3 stars or more, which means all outfits where 60% sustainable or even higher. A result which I am happy with! I loved the last outfit the most, which also happens to be the most sustainable one of them all ( about 78% ). What was your fave? All clothes I wore are part of my Autumn Capsule Wardrobe.

 

Why not check the sustainability of the outfit you wore today? Use the criteria I did above or add your own ones if you want. Share the result in the comments below if you want, I really would love to know!

 

That´s it for today! I hope you enjoyed this rather casual blogpost format, see you next week…

 

I wish you the best day ever!

 

Shanice

 

 

 

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