There's been a lot of conversation in the fashion media lately about the impact the pandemic will have on fashion. How are we going to dress once we're able to be out in the world again? Many predict a renaissance of personal style. "There's a sense that people are looking forward to having a reason to go outside again," Fashion historian Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell told Michel Martin on NPR's All Things Considered, " We may see a real renaissance of fashion of people going way over the top just because they've been cooped up and had that personal expression stifled for so long."
Are you eager to get dressed up again?
My Picks For High Style With Low (Environmental) Impact
These high-waisted pants are fun and fresh with their patchwork design and slight flare. And you don't have to sacrifice your sustainable ethos for this: They're made of recycled biodegradable denim, and the dyeing process used for the production, called Dry Indigo, saves water by 100%, reduces energy consumption by 65%, and reduces the use of chemicals by 89%.
Manolo Jean by Paloma Wool
Wow. I LOVE this color. A cross between tomato and mandarin orange, these pants are so fun. Pair with a simple tee, like the Souvenir Tee, for a fresh, fun look.
Made from linen, these are easy to care for. Linen is a sustainable natural fiber.
Say Yes To The Set
We have several separates this season that when worn together create a fun and striking ensemble set. One of my favorites in the Ali Golden Silk Fly Front Pant in Navy paired with Raw Silk V-Neck Top. Runner-up is the Po-Em Tank and Lounger Pant in Splash Print.
This handwoven cotton on this skirt add a textural quality that gives this already vibrnat piece a little more oomph. The poppy red base color is a midweight singlecloth cotton with small woven stripes in yellow, sea blue, taupe, and moss green.
Ace & Jig Bo Skirt