Sustainably Chic

Fair OOTD | The Adele

OutfitsNatalie Kay

Featuring Not Gilty, Rothy's & My Fight

Wow, I feel like I haven't worked in about a week. I have been dedicating a few hours a day to emails, social media and planning, but I was completely sidetracked from putting 100% into my job. Now that the water is receding after Hurricane Irma gave Jacksonville one of the worst surges in recorded history, everyone is on their way back home - including my family who lives beach side. It's hard to talk about stuff after deciding what needed to be lifted off the floor as water came to the back of our house {we were incredibly lucky and it started to go down just as it came up the steps to the door}, but I have to remind myself having 'things' isn't an issue as long as you value them. Sustainable fashion and supporting the positive makers brings my life a lot of joy, so I DO NOT feel guilty wearing a new dress ;) 

Shop the Look:


The Adele Linen Dress, Not Gilty $129 :

Made with 100% linen, non-toxic dyes & ethical practices, this dress is as romantic as can be! It's breathable, flows wonderfully and is super comfortable. This greyish-green color is absolutely stunning, too. 


The Point Flats, Rothy's $145 :

Okay, these are the coolest flats ever! I don't think I've ever had shoes so unbelievably comfy. This everyday flat is made with a 3-D Knit Technology, and can be machine washed AND recycled. Totally the shoe of the future. 


Selene Collar NecklaceMy Fight $35 :

Embossed with a gorgeous Art Nouveau Design, this necklace is made from hollow brass making it extremely lightweight & easy to wear. It even has matching cuff & earrings if you want to go for the entire set! Each purchase from My Fight works to end poverty through jobs & the empowerment of women. 


Mini Tirhas Saddle BagGreater Things $118 :

A new online store dedicated to creating positive change for artisans all over the world, Greater Things has you covered when it comes to women's {& men's} accessories. This bag comes from the brand FashionABLE, and helps support sustainable jobs for women in Ethiopia. They believe in order to end poverty we must provide jobs for those lacking opportunity, particularly for women. Couldn't agree more!