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EFW

Long time no see. My deep apologies for everything. I've been here and there and my life kinda consumed me leaving far off my pc. But during that time I managed to have some fun and seen some great events I can't wait to share with you.


I keep on saying being eco-friendly is one the most important things in our lives and we definitely should dedicate more time for that matter. Not only because we should think of nature more but because it's healthy for us. Not mentioning the great style most of eco-friendly brands have. As usual I'm supporting Eco Fashion Week (EFW) and can't leave you without a proper post about it. Unfortunately it was just one day but I hope you'll like it anyway.






Photos c/o EFW press.

As for my own look for EFW... I did prefer hippy inspired look which (my opinion only for sure) matches the eco theme of a day. It was rainy (and therefor cold) so I don't actually match the summer period. But alas I wanted to keep warm more than I wanted to look summery.





  


I was wearing:
Not branded (or should i say no tag left) jeans and sweater
Versus jacket
Jeffrey Campbell shoes
 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. I'm constantly trying to be more eco-friendly in my everyday life but I find fashion one of the hardest things to be eco-friendly about. Love that you're taking that initiative yourself!

    JennifHsieh

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  2. Wow...it look super amazing...thx for sharing honey...:-)

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  3. Lovely outfits. :)
    And that's a nice place to take photos.

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  4. You look amazing in that outfit! Have an awesome day!xo

    Vildana from Living Like V & Stalia Is BAE

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  5. These pictures are so beautiful,and i love these photos.
    formaldressaustralia.com

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  6. I had no idea such a thing as EFW existed, but I love the concept! Thanks so much for sharing this. Love the metallic jacket!

    xx,
    Tania
    http://inspiremyfancy.blogspot.com/

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