Outfit details: YLLE hand-made headband from recycled wool; Les Sublimes Lenzing micro modal t-shirt*; French Appeal jeans (last seen here); vintage handbag; COS wool & cashmere coat; Bocage boots (old, made in France)
Last Saturday, we enjoyed a big walk in sunny Geneva (stay tuned for a lifestyle video coming soon!). We stopped at Bains des Pâquis located on the right shore of lake Geneva. During summer, we usually go there for a swim in the lake and to eat a refreshing salad. During winter we enjoy watching little ducks and majestic swans, the peacefulness of the place and sometimes we end up eat their delicious Fondue (I can’t suppress cheese from my diet, yet!) at a reasonable price for Geneva! We wanted to eat there that same day at night for Julian’s birthday but the place was fully booked (200+ people!). Make your reservation!
I also love the retro vibe of the place and its pastel blue changing room alley.
Last week, I went to Marché Sans Puces in Geneva where I discovered so many cute designer brands, one of them being YLLE. I love my new headband made from recycled wool with a vintage button in the middle, hand-made in Lyon, France. As a result, each piece is unique. This time I went for a light blue color (similar in light gray) but I was obviously hesitating with this pink one.
These made in France jeans just became my staple jeans in my closet. So comfortable! (last seen here)
Thanks to Instagram, I discovered a new ethical brand called Les Sublimes. I am wearing their silky smooth black tee, the kind of staple we all need in our closet, especially if it’s made from sustainable botanic fibers (called Lenzing Micro-Modal) and made in Europe (France and Austria). I love it because it’s soft and easy to wear for all seasons!
YLLE hand-made headband from recycled wool (love this one in pink);
Les Sublimes Lenzing micro modal t-shirt*;
French Appeal jeans (last seen here);
COS wool & cashmere coat;
Bocage boots (old, made in France)
Thank you for stopping by The Pastel Project today!
See you on Thursday for another outfit! For more ethical inspiration, you can have a look at my sustainable wishlist HERE!
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Photos: Julian Calo