Jewellery from Lovisa
Top from Sportsgirl
I picked up this cute earthy tiara, alongside the matching rings and earrings, with the thought of doing some sort of creative alongside the lines of 'eco Queen'. However being cooped up with glandular fever with all my collaborative buddies studying hard for Uni exams and knowing absolutely zero models, I decided that I would shoot myself in my back yard. DON'T WORRY: I mean with my Nikon!
So... Rach; how do I encourperate eco chic into my wardrobe this Summer?
I'm glad you asked!
'Naja' is eco luxe at it's very best. The sexy, yet sustainable brand uses profits to educate women in third world countries. The program, named 'Underwear For Hope', trains Columbian mothers to sew, then hires them to create their own designer-on-a-budget beauties.
Through every purchase, women will be given the life skill of sewing. And even better; every bra will directly employ one of these impoverished mothers. Customers will receive a hand-crafted bra bag that has been lovingly sewn by a mother in the 'Underwear For Hope' program.
We're all about girl power here at 'The Daily Luxe', so 'buy a bra and give a single mother work.'
Need a new bra? These boob-i-licious beauts will benefit your rack and an impoverished single-mothers wallet. Double whammy!
Looking for that perfect summer swimsuit?
They say one mans trash is another's treasure and 'Naja' makes this literal. The red-hot swimsuits are made from recycled plastic bottles. And guess what? They totally look like they have just come from the Miami swim catwalk?
Here's some of my top picks. It's hard to believe that these babies started off as bottles:
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