Ethically-made white dress | Dreamland, BaliOutfit details: Princesse Paradoxe white dress c/o; My Sen golden leave earrings c/o Dressing Responsable; Dick Moby sunnies; Ilia organic lipstick

Beginning of June, Julian & I left Europe for a three-month trip through South-East Asia, first stop, Bali. We stayed the first three days in the most southern part of the island in a little bamboo hut. As we arrived late afternoon, our hosts recommended us to go to Dreamland beach to see the sunset. We hopped on our scooter to find the sunset spot but by the time we got used to the chaotic and bumpy roads and found the right parking lot to the beach {sometimes difficult in Bali}, it was too late. Actually, I didn’t expect the sun to set so early, around 6.30pm! My mind was still in Europe time, I guess.
We went back the next day for the sunset and we were blown away by this place at this time of the day. We fell in love with the white sand, the perfect swell, and the multicolor skies changing from a pastel pink to a bright orange.

Ethically-made white dress | Dreamland, BaliWe loved the sunset so much here that we came back the next day before heading for dinner with some friends at Single Fin. I was wearing this backless white dress from Princesse Paradoxe.
I’ve previously introduced you to the Swiss brand, Princesse Paradoxe, in this article. Lucie is a young entrepreneur who designs her bi-annual collections in her studio in Lutry, Switzerland. Her clothing line is then ethically-made in a sewing workshop in Lodz, Poland. She has carefully selected this small fabric where six seamstresses are working in fair conditions over big workshops. All of her creation are produced in limited edition to avoid surplus production.
Last summer I went for a more structured dress with a deep yet subtle cleavage but this year I chose a backless dress in a looser shape, quite the opposite! I love the length of the dress that falls just under the knees and the opened back that brings the right amount of voluptuousness. The minute I saw it I pictured myself wearing it for a dinner by the beach. Where would you see yourself wearing it?
A little present for you girls, use promo code THEPASTELPROJECT on the entire Princesse Paradoxe website to get 10% off your purchase*!

Ethically-made white dress | Dreamland, Bali
Ethically-made white dress | Dreamland, Bali

I paired the dress with these made in France double golden leave earrings { from the ethical website Dressing Responsable where you can also have a 10% discount** with promo code BienvenueTPP!} and a touch of organic red lipstick.

Ethically-made white dress | Dreamland, Bali

Ethically-made white dress | Dreamland, Bali
Ethically-made white dress | Dreamland, Bali

Ethically-made white dress | Dreamland, Bali

Ethically-made white dress | Dreamland, Bali
Ethically-made white dress | Dreamland, Bali

Ethically-made white dress | Dreamland, Bali

Ethically-made white dress | Dreamland, Bali
Ethically-made white dress | Dreamland, Bali

Outfit details:
Princesse Paradoxe white dress c/o {10% discount with promo code THEPASTELPROJECT* };
My Sen double golden leave earrings c/o {10% discount with code BienvenueTPP on Dressing Responsable**};
Dick Moby sunnies;
Ilia organic lipstick

Princesse Paradoxe*on the entire website, until August 25th, 2017.
Dressing Responsable** on the entire website, on your first purchase.

Thank you for stopping by The Pastel Project today!
I am so excited to be sharing my first photographies of this long trip! Stay tuned for more!
xo, Margot

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Photos: Julian Calo

5 comments on “Ethically-made white dress | Dreamland, Bali”

    • Merci beaucoup Horeo pour ton message <3 Moi aussi j'ai une petite préférence pour les couleurs des premières photos #pastel_lovers hihi 😉
      bisous !

    • It was so incredibly dreamy, I couldn’t believe it! Thank you, Lii for your sweet message! xo

  1. Ta robe est superbe et les photos sont magnifiques. Quelle chance de pouvoir faire ces photos dans ces endroits de rêve!

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