A quick look inside my ethical spring wardrobe.
I had intended to make this a regular feature on StyleWise, but it’s kind of a pain to pull everything out of my closet then put it back in again, so it seems I neglected to share anything in 2016. If you’re interested in comparing this season’s wardrobe to Spring 2015, you can read that post here.
The weather is all over the place this time of year, so I still regularly pull out sweaters and boots, but I wouldn’t say they are really a part of my spring wardrobe. I should also note that the vast majority of these items are not new – most have been a component in my closet for at least a year, but some of them have been going strong for 4-5 years!
Without further ado…
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I added a few Elegantees stretch knit tops to my wardrobe this season to spruce things up, including a moss colored tunic
that’s currently sitting in my clothes hamper.
Clockwise from top:
Karen Kane Jeans (similar
), made in USA | American Eagle Boyfriend Jeans (not ethical) | Eileen Fisher Cropped Jeans (similar
) | Vintage Jeans
What’s New: Just the Karen Kane jeans.
What’s New: Both the Everlane cardigan and the kimono jacket are new this season, and I wear them all the time.
What’s New: I just bought this “Made in Texas” peasant skirt at a local thrift shop last week. The denim skirt was purchases a few months ago, but I haven’t been able to wear it much until now.
Left to right:
Greenheart Shop Crossbody | Thrifted Vera Bradley Tote (similar
What’s New: I couldn’t resist this old school Vera Bradley tote when I saw it at the thrift shop. It’s in good condition, and the lightly padded quilted fabric will be good for toting around my new laptop.
Not shown, a pair of red suede loafers I thrifted last week. I’ll feature sandals in my summer wardrobe post (if I manage to remember to photograph it!). I also plan on buying a pair of the Everlane flats
(featured in the first image on this post) when they come out next week.
That’s (mostly) it! There are a few items I couldn’t photograph because they’re dirty, and I left out dresses because I have yet to wear a dress this season. For me, they’re more of a summer item.
I hope this is helpful to you. Let me know if you have any questions!