I don't really document my outfits very often, but I do enjoy looking at other people's daily outfit blogs as they give me some inspiration. But last week, I had the opportunity to cover ECO Fashion Week for the Vancouver Observer and I felt it was fitting to share one of my outfits.
This is what I wore to the opening party. Since I don't have much eco-friendly fashion in my wardrobe (or so I thought), I decided to wear head to toe vintage. Turns out that I actually have quite the environmentally-friendly wardrobe as vintage is very eco chic.
I really did go head to toe vintage:
Coat: I bought this yellow, tweed, satin-lined, bracelet sleeve coat 11 years ago at a Value Village in Victoria. I knew back then that it was a fantastic find and it was only $19. I think that it may very well be my favourite vintage piece I've ever owned.
Dress: I got this indigo button up 40s style union worker dress on my first trip to Portland with my vintage partner in crime, Amy. I had the sleeves shortened and the skirt hemmed. I bought eight other dresses on that trip.
Shoes: I found these plaid peep toe 80s Stuart Weitzman heels on Etsy from She Hearts Vintage
Earrings: I just found these flower shaped clip-ons a couple of weeks ago at a church thrift sale.
Black slip: My mom's from the 80s. I told you I was head to toe!
Here are my three stories for the Vancouver Observer:
Eco-fashion gets a makeover
Green is chic