Here is where you actually should shop this weekend
By: xxx Published: d/m/Y
**Best option would be not to shop at all but you know that and I am not gonna be your moms boring friend giving you a bad conscious bc we are all just humans.
I’ve been following Marie Dewet and her mom Nathalie for quite some time. If you haven’t I am sure you recognize their work. They work together as a seamstress and creative to make clothes in leftover fabrics.
You might recognize the Agnes top, worn by every cool girl ever, pictured to the left.
Also, you can’t actually shop MaisonCléo this weekend since their web shop is only open on Wednesdays. This is due to such high demand and long process with every piece being cut, made and shipped by Marie and Nathalie.
But you know what they say, if you are waiting for something good you can wait forever.
Slow fashion is actually putting this up to test but I would say we can all learn something by waiting. Have a snack or something, you know.
Shop MaisonCléo here.
Are you in Copenhagen this weekend? Lucky, read Linn’s Copenhagen vintage guide here.
It may not come as a surprise that we have written quite much about vintage in cyber before. Read our big Cyber Vintage Guide here.
Of course I will never not take an opportunity to show you all how good of a vintage hunter I am. This is one of few things I brag about without feeling like an a hole. I mean, I probably made a bargain and with no climate print, how much more 2019 does it get?
In my imaginary vintage shopping cart rn
And speaking of vintage
Interior should be second hand too
It’s like a treasure hunt every time I go thrift shopping (both physically and online that is) Only there is no map and you never know when you will get home empty handed or need to call your mom to come pick you and a brand new old sofa on the other side of town.
Only when shopping vintage online, shipping makes I easier ofc. Both for me and mum.
My latest discovery on the vintage interior section in cyber is Attack. Shop here.
Reformation started as a vintage store but continued to doing clothes in leftover fabrics and then took the lead in sustainable but new made fashion. What some don’t know is that they still do vintage drops on the website and has kept the vintage stores in New York and Los Angeles.
What are your sustainable fashion picks this weekend?