In this outfit I really wanted to work at using my new Reformation pieces in an outfit. While at the same time making sure I don’t loose the little pieces that are undeniably me. I came up with this creepy but comfy outfit which is perfect for sitting around at my parent’s house. (RE: working on my laptop and watching reruns of Catfish.) It came out as a look that’s a 100% sustainable outfit and still spooky!
Reformation is a diehard sustainable brand. They are sooo expensive, but had a thirty percent off Black Friday sale that I was all over. (And by all over, I mean I bought two pieces that were still bordering out of my budget.) This “dress” is actually an oversized sweater. I’m obsessed with how comfy it is!
I’m still new to this whole sustainable outfit thing.
It’s all about watching how much waste your clothes create and the conditions in which they’re created. It’s easier than you might think with all the sustainable brands, vintage and even thrift stores around. At the moment I’m working on a post all about how to dress spooky and sustainable! I’m going to prove that you don’t have to sacrifice your platforms and pleather in order to help stave off climate change. Just wait and see!
This time is better than any other at trying something new with the clothes I buy, because I’m having a bit of a outfit identity crisis. (When am I not?) Right now I’m trying as many new things as I can in order to try and find out what I want to wear. Hence the turtleneck. (I like it, do you?) This look gave me intense librarian vibes. Cute librarian vibes, if you know what I mean.
What do you think of sustainable clothing? Overpriced? Too boring for you? Oh, and what should I try out next? If this look was librarian, maybe I should go fifties house wife next!