Outfit details: Milk it peplum smock top in pink stripes {from recycled material}; Carrousel Clothing cashmere/wool trousers {small production, made in France}; Mila Marin earrings {small designer, made in France}; {previous purchases Chloé drew bag; Chanel flats (gift); NewLook coat}

Last Saturday, we went to Lyon with my mom and Julian to meet some of my family who was on holidays near the city. We don’t get the chance to see them very often as they live across the country, literally, right in front of us but on the other side {La Rochelle} and the flight or train connections are not the best. So it was nice to catch up around a typical Lyonnais meal. I lived for a few months in Lyon back when I was doing an internship during my studies. I barely returned after that so it was wonderful to re-discover the charming city under a radiant sunshine. Thanks to the mild winter temperatures I was able to wear this pretty peplum top made from recycled materials.

Lyon The Pastel Project

Lyon The Pastel Project

In the above selection, you will find my favorite picks from Milk it. The brand produces its clothing line from recycled materials. I absolutely love this sustainable alternative which is a nice way to avoid new material production.

Lyon The Pastel Project

Lyon The Pastel Project
Lyon The Pastel Project

Lyon The Pastel Project

Lyon The Pastel Project
Lyon The Pastel Project

Lyon The Pastel Project

Lyon The Pastel Project
Lyon The Pastel Project

Lyon The Pastel Project

Lyon The Pastel Project
Lyon The Pastel Project

By now, you probably noticed how much I love these trousers {last seen in this post for traveling, this post for home office & this post}, they are so cozy and the dusty pink is beautiful. It’s currently 50% off on Dressing Responsable and you can get an extra 10% off with code SOLDESJ3 until tonight! If you’re not really into pink, the trousers exist in black  {lighter and thinner material, also perfect for the upcoming spring season!}. I also love this turquoise and shiny blazer.

Outfit details:
Milk it peplum smock top in pink stripes {from recycled material};
Carrousel Clothing cashmere/wool trousers {small production, made in France};
Mila Marin earrings {small designer, made in France};
{previous purchases Chloé drew bag; Chanel flats (gift); NewLook coat}

Thank you for stopping by The Pastel Project today!
For more ethical inspiration, you can have a look at my sustainable wishlist HERE!
Bisous, Margot

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Photos: Julian Calo

10 Comments on Peplum top made from recycled materials & made in France trousers | Lyon

  1. Rhiannon Howard
    21/02/2017 at 10:13 am (5 months ago)

    The top looks lovely, although it’s not my cup of tea x

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  2. Nora
    21/02/2017 at 11:03 am (5 months ago)

    So sweet and cute look! I love how the colors remind me of the upcoming summer that’s just around the corner! 🙂

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  3. Bhupendra Singh
    21/02/2017 at 1:02 pm (5 months ago)

    I like this idea-
    Milk it peplum smock top in pink stripes from recycled material.
    the top looks amazing.

    Reply
  4. Prerna Garg
    21/02/2017 at 7:52 pm (5 months ago)

    Loved your entire outfit. Creating clothes from recycled materials sounds like a wonderful initiative. Thanks for sharing!

    Reply
  5. Jasmin N
    21/02/2017 at 8:07 pm (5 months ago)

    Wonderful look! Gave me some serious Spring vibes haha 🙂 that peplum is gorgeous!

    Reply
  6. Atzimba
    22/02/2017 at 5:43 pm (5 months ago)

    Oh my gosh this is awesome! I did a zero-waste challenge a few weeks ago and it really put into perspective how much waste goes into textile industries so it’s amazing seeing eco fashion be a thing!
    Btw your outfit is so cute!

    Reply
  7. Nitisha
    23/02/2017 at 9:08 am (5 months ago)

    We both love pastels! Simplicity at its best. I love the architecture and beautiful outfit.

    Reply

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