@corahilts styles the Loire blouse for a shoot with E.L.V. Denim
The Stevie vase by Marloe Marloe
Carolina de Barros’ Gaia Necklace
Cora’s Basket: Sustainable Favourites For 2021
2020 was unarguably one of the most difficult years for us all, and 2021 has certainly had a turbulent start. Whilst bearing in mind the pain and suffering of so many, I am trying to focus my thoughts on things that I am grateful for and looking forward to in order to maintain optimism. Also I truly believe that proactivity is the best medicine so it’s with great conviction that I go into this new year of running Rêve En Vert, my greatest joy.
All that being said, I wanted to share with you some of my favourite items I am planning on investing in this year. I believe that more than ever, breaking up with fast fashion and focusing on supporting small, ethical brands is the way forward and the curation below contains some of my favourites!
“I believe that more than ever, breaking up with fast fashion and focusing on supporting small, ethical brands is the way forward.”
Even when we begin to go out again, there will still be a lot more working from home I believe! In order to keep up with being comfortable whilst stylish my ‘go tos’ are Worn Store for organic basics and The Wylde for casual dressing.
Lingerie are the items we put closest to our skin, so I believe that having these items be plant based and organic is SO important. For sustainable panties and bras that are super soft, there is nothing better than Woron!
I have relied a lot on accessorizing for a bit of glamour to an otherwise very simple wardrobe, and these items have both been handmade in England with recycled materials! I’m in love with our new line Carolina de Barros!
“I am trying to focus my thoughts on things that I am grateful for and looking forward to in order to maintain optimism.”
I believe that organic beauty is key to healthy skin, I have always had a less is more approach here and for skincare Costa Brazil has been my go to as of late for the beautiful smells from the Amazon jungle that comes from their sustainably sourced ingredients. For me, it’s Kjaer Weis for a simple amount of colour (and their zero waste packaging)!
I don’t think I have ever spent more time in my living room, so curating it consciously and with items I truly love and plan on having for years has never been so important. I’m styling my sustainably sourced flowers in a Marloe Marloe vase and as I never have a cup of coffee far away, the QÄSA QÄSA coffee spoon has been used every day!