Seems like yellow fashion is a strong trend for SS15. I envy those of you who can pull off this unforgiving but daring colour. For those of you who shy away from such a bright statement, I have also included some pieces that could be incorporated into a less daring colour scheme.
£65 – worldwide delivery
Gorgeous dress made from Tencel, an Eco Fibre made from tree cellulose farmed on wasteland. The v-neck and shoulder detail are very unique. Comes in sizes UK 8-14 (EUR 34-40).
£33.75 – select international delivery
100% cotton knit jumper from SeaSalt. Neck and 3/4 length sleeves make this a perfect jumper for skinny jeans or over a work outfit. Comes in sizes UK 8-20.
£115 – select international delivery
One of many bags in their new Citrus colour for Spring. Adjustable strap can be worn cross-body. 100% recycled nylon lining and made from non-animal materials.
£19 – select international delivery
Yellow belt to add a splash of colour to any outfit. Lowie suggest wearing mutiple together or using as a bracelet for a unique look. Available in S/M 99cm or M/L 110cm.
100% leather so not suitable for vegans.
Products & prices correct as of March 29th.
About the Trend Spotting series
A lot of people think that “ethical fashion” means tie-dye and floaty tunics. Maybe in the 90s that was true, but these days even the most fanatic fashion followers can choose ethical without compromising on style. This series is about highlighting ethical alternatives to current trends.
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