Sustainably Chic

Fair OOTD | One Dress, Multiple Ways

FashionNatalie Kay

I love when I’m able to take one garment, but dress it up in multiple ways, and continue wearing it season to season. This dress from Visantine Collective is the perfect example of a versatile garment. 

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Gray Tencel Night Shift Dress, Visantine Collective $240
Made from one of the best fabrics, Tencel, the Night Shift Dress slips right over your head without a need for any closures. One of my favorite parts about this dress - pockets! I feel like for many of us, pockets are always that extra added bonus. I absolutely love how this dress lays on the body, and with ever step, moves with such grace {I tried to capture that in photos, but it doesn’t do it justice!}. If you don’t know much about Tencel, this textile is derived from wood pulp and processed within a closed-loop system with organic solvents. This means, water and solvents are continuously recycled instead of dumped out with each new process. Visantine Collective believes in producing clothes slowly and locally. This particular dress was sewn in Wray, Colorado a few hours from their headquarters in Laramie, Wyoming. Visantine Collective is currently working with local seamstresses, and has worked with 3 talented designers from the University of Wyoming. This slow fashion brand hopes to connect the maker to the wearer, and show just how similar both these roles can be. Check out their interviews, here! You may find my good friend, Rachelle, in there ;)

I wanted to show you a few examples of how you can style this dress from early to late summer & then fall..

{sandals for summer} 
Menorquina Gaudí Flat, Mamahuhu $58

Double Strap SandalOctober Jaipur $66

{flats for fall}

Black Tatreez Flat d'Orsay, Darzah $189

{& a look for night}
Audrey, VEERAH $268

Blue Pottery Duffel, October Jaipur $105