Fashionable in January #ecofashion
My approach to fashion is both frugal and lavish. I choose to mix both vintage and modern pieces. There is something so beautiful about a vintage staple that no one else owns. It is exclusive to you and your style. Vintage is also Eco friendly. The vintage fur jacket that I am wearing is a good example.
I put nearly 100 stitches in this jacket before wearing it. Right now it could be sitting in a landfill, but with a little TLC this jacket is refreshed and ready for wear. I would never buy a brand new fur jacket and neither should you. The fur trade industry is evil. I do not believe in killing animals exclusively for their pelts. I do not believe in waste either, so that is why I will occasionally purchase a vintage fur jacket. The vintage fur jacket pictured is actually a hand-me-down from my mum-in-law.
Vietto. I bought the Finnish fringe scarf as a Christmas present to myself. It is hardy, versatile, handcrafted, and will be worn for many years to come. The purse is a Christmas gift from my fashionable sister-in-law. The vibrant blue adds a lovely POP of color to my steely gray and black ensemble. Last, but not least, are the boots from Nine West. Stay ethical, fashionable, and warm this winter. XO.
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