Sustainably Chic

Sustainable Outfit of the Day | The Belt Bag & Travels to Nashville

FashionNatalie Kay

I’m usually not one for trends, but the belt bag has taken my interest this year!! It’s like the new and improved fanny pack, and I LOVE it!


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Belt Bag in Ecru, HOZEN $240

Even though this feels like a buttery leather, it is made from completely vegan materials! HOZEN’s Belt Bag is ethically made in a fair-wage factory in Los Angeles with Italian biopolyoil "leather" body, recycled plastic / organic cotton lining, recycled plastic thread, recycled plastic zippers, natural rubber rope, recycled cotton label, and a vegan adhesive. I put two outfits in this post so you could see its versatility as a belt and a crossbody. It’s big enough for your phone, wallet, lip gloss - all those daily essentials! Plus, 10% of profits are donated to Mercy for Animals, an international nonprofit animal protection organization. While I’m partial to this beautiful color, the Belt Bag can be found in a yellow, red, blue, pink & black, too! Who else is digging this trend? I really love it because I feel hands free, and it’s a nice change from having to wear something on the shoulder. I even put Elliott’s snacks in there when we are out and about.

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Black Onyx Eros Pendant, Puck Wanderlust $122

NYTT Jones Scoop Keyhole Bodysuit, Alternative Apparel $44 (sold out, but available in black)

Serena Sandal in Nutmeg, Nisolo $108

The Clarissa High Rise, ABLE $148

By the way, we had a wonderful time on our southern road trip! We went to Gulfport, New Orleans, Chattanooga, Nashville, Knoxville and Asheville. About 30 hours in the car with a 15 month old was not nearly as bad as I thought it would be. Elliott was a trooper! One of my favorite towns we visited was Nashville, and we had a great breakfast at Thistle Farms. This restaurant (along with a gift shop where they sell their natural body products) is a nonprofit social enterprise dedicated to supporting women who have survived trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. The teacups hanging on the ceiling all represent a woman and her story. You can check out their online shop - here -

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