Sustainable blogger Meet-up involves Sustainable Outfits

On Margot: Lemuel MC dress in white {love it in pink}; Palorosa large tote bag in peach; Dick Moby sunglasses; old pair of sandals
On Natalie: All The Wild Roses dress; Rock Pillar bootsRebecca Mir Grady necklace

The beauty of blogging is to exchange with like-minded individuals from all around the world like the gorgeous Natalie from the blog Sustainably Chic. After a Sustainable talk interview and hundreds of emails, we finally got the chance to meet in real life! Natalie lives in the U.S. and went on a one-month trip through Europe back in May. She stopped by Lausanne, Switzerland to visit her family. At that time, I was still living in Geneva so it was the perfect opportunity to see each other.
It was a beautiful sunny Sunday in Lausanne – we had a brunch {here}, talked, laughed, walked {a lot!}, took pictures and ended our day with a refreshing beer by the lake. I feel so blessed having met this incredible person and I hope we see each other real soon! <3 And if you're into sustainable fashion, you should definitely follow her on Instagram!
And obviously, a sustainable blogger meet-up involves sustainable outfits! Find below a detailed explanation of our outfits!

Sustainable blogger Meet-up involves Sustainable Outfits

Natalie created a boho-chic outfit. She was wearing  All The Wild Roses natural cotton dress with Rock Pillar boots ethically and sustainably handmade by local artisans in Peru {you can even see the name of the artisans on the product description!} and paired with a Rebecca Mir Grady necklace made of reclaimed metal and ethically sourced stone.
I was wearing Lemuel MC dress made of dead-stock linen fabric with an old pair of sandals. Although these classic sandals don’t come from an ethical brand, the design is classic so they became a staple in my closet that I can wear over and over. To encourage people to shop more consciously, Livia Firth, founder of Eco-age came up with the #30wears. This number is an index that can help you think before buying: “Will I wear this item more than 30 times?”. The idea is to shop less but better and think slow fashion.
Obviously, I couldn’t leave this outfit without my favourite pastel pink hues! So I added those eco-friendly sunglasses {unfortunately not available in pink anymore} and eco-fair tote bag.

Sustainable blogger Meet-up involves Sustainable Outfits
Sustainable blogger Meet-up involves Sustainable Outfits

Biodegradable iPhone Cases from Pela Case.  Natalie has the Lead The Way engraved iPhone Plus case in Ocean Turquoise and I have the Roze Quartz iPhone 7 case. See the entire collection & Shop HERE. Get 20% off your purchase with code PASTEL20.

Sustainable blogger Meet-up involves Sustainable Outfits

Sustainable blogger Meet-up involves Sustainable Outfits
Sustainable blogger Meet-up involves Sustainable Outfits

Sustainable blogger Meet-up involves Sustainable Outfits

Sustainable blogger Meet-up involves Sustainable Outfits
Sustainable blogger Meet-up involves Sustainable Outfits

Sustainable blogger Meet-up involves Sustainable Outfits

Sustainable blogger Meet-up involves Sustainable Outfits

Sustainable blogger Meet-up involves Sustainable Outfits

Sustainable blogger Meet-up involves Sustainable Outfits

Thank you for stopping by The Pastel Project.
Bisous, Margot

Follow me on > Instagram | Facebook | Pinterest | Youtube

Photo: Julian Calo

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *