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Casual chic outfit with the ACE Urban Tote bag in burgundy

Ever want to dress super comfy but also chic and elegant to run errands during the day? Here we have selected a couple of sustainable pieces that match well with the ACE Uban Tote bag in burgundy, perfect to bring along with you for any type of activity you have during the week! 


1. Wholesome culture - United States


Wholesome culture is on a mission to make the world a kinder and more sustainable place with their eco-friendly apparel. Their designs are printed with eco-friendly water-based ink, made from 100% organic cotton, recycled plastic bottles and bamboo. All orders are shipped in biodegradable or recycled packaging. 

Teaming up with local artisans in Bali, their latest sustainable activewear is crafted with recycled fishing nets and nylon. What’s more, they give back 10% of profits to animal rescues and environmental organisations including ranches and sanctuaries. 

Discover their brand:  Wholesome Culture


 2. Afends - Australia

Designing with people and the planet in mind means we are conscious of the entire process from seed to skin.”

 Afends favours hemp as an eco-friendly fabric alternative. As a renewable resource, hemp takes as little as 90 days to cultivate, requiring 80% less water than cotton, and produces significantly more fibre per acre. It also needs no toxic chemicals, pesticides or insecticides to grow. They have great unique designs to choose from perfect for any style! 

Go check out their website: Afends Official - Byron Bay Clothing & Fashion Label


3. SAYE - Spain

In a bid to reduce the planet’s carbon footprint, SAYE uses locally-acquired ecological yarns and natural dyes in the manufacturing of their clothing. The sustainable materials used to make their upcycled sneakers range from recycled mango fruit, organic cotton, recycled Polyurethane (PU) leftovers, to environmentally-certified leather. The sneaker we selected from SAYE is made from apple waste from the food industry. The leftovers from making juices, jams, and other products are turned into powder which is then used to substitute oil derivatives (such as PU) and make a new material from 100% organic industrial waste, how cool! 

Discover here more sustainable shoes: SAYE | Vegan Bio-based Sneakers