Sunflowerfields & an organic silk skirt from Hessnatur

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The Golden Bun | sunflower field France, turnesol France, Sonnenblumenfeld Frankreich

The Golden Bun | sunflower field France, turnesol France, Sonnenblumenfeld Frankreich     The Golden Bun | sunflower field France, turnesol France, Sonnenblumenfeld Frankreich The Golden Bun | sunflower field France, turnesol France, Sonnenblumenfeld Frankreich The Golden Bun | sunflower field France, turnesol France, Sonnenblumenfeld Frankreich     The Golden Bun | sunflower field France, turnesol France, Sonnenblumenfeld Frankreich The Golden Bun | sunflower field France, turnesol France, Sonnenblumenfeld Frankreich The Golden Bun | sunflower field France, turnesol France, Sonnenblumenfeld Frankreich The Golden Bun | sunflower field France, turnesol France, Sonnenblumenfeld Frankreich The Golden Bun | sunflower field France, turnesol France, Sonnenblumenfeld Frankreich The Golden Bun | sunflower field France, turnesol France, Sonnenblumenfeld Frankreich
skirt – Hessnatur (also love this one)
top – H&M
sunglasses – Ralph Lauren
espadrilles – La Palmerie (also love these ones)
photos – mon chéri
*skirt – organic silk made in China, hessnatur-policy |
espadrilles – made in Spain | sunglasses – made in Italy

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Sunflowers. Just in time for the weekend I’ve got a new look for you. On our route we passed so many sunflower fields that my heart jumped for joy. Such a beautiful scenery you don’t get to shoot every day!

In this look I wore my silk skirt from Hessnatur for the first time – a bargain from their sample sale. I absolutely love the summerly print and the material is super light. And you can’t believe how hot it is in France right now because of the Canicule. Luckily it cooled down last week and the temperatures are again resistable.

I am slowly feeling my way into our blogger-projects topic #Consciousshopping. As you know I try to avoid shopping clothes from underdeveloped countries. Given that, I was surprised that this skirt from Hessnatur, which I thought they’d produce in Germany, came from China. But you live and learn. After a little research I found out that they still produce in China and so on but they focus on organic materials and produce ecological fashion. Astonishingly, the clothes aren’t that expensive. Moreover, sales are on now, which is perfect to grab your item of sustainable fashion. I’ve already seen their newest collection in the showroom, which I can’t wait for.

Wish you a wonderful day!

Ps.: I’ve set myself a little rule for our #Consciousshopping-project saying that one or two pieces have to go when buying new or second hand. Unfortunately, this rule hasn’t worked that good so far. After buying 4 new pairs of shoes, 1 new skirt, 2 new dresses and 4 Tops I am currently at -22 pieces (new items count double). Hopefully the fleahmarket will get me back into plus!!

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