Sydney Operahouse

Who knows me personally, knows that I have been into sustainability for a while now and I’m super happy that Fair Fashion, ecological beauty products and co. found their way onto the blog in form of my green living guide (which I will translate in English soon, promise!) Today I show you the jeans of MUD Jeans and the shirts of the German label FUNKTION SCHNITT (which means as much as functional cut). They sponsored two shirts for my big trip and I wore them tons until I went to Asia (since it was simply too hot there). On travels the washing machines are not the best, so I was already scared before the trip that those might ruin my shirts. But nothing happened and the material is still great.

A Mount Cook Nationalpark in New Zealand

The Loose Shirt is made of 100% ecological cotton, without chemical additives and pesticides. The shirts are fairly produced in beautiful Portugal in Porto. Especially in this year’s cold summer in New Zealand, but also when it got closer to Autumn in Australia, I wore this shirt heaps. The best thing about it? I did’t sweat in the material (you don’t want any spots in a grey shirt) and it kept me warm when it got cold.

Eglinton Valley in New Zealand

I love the colour of this shirt! Bordeaux just always works! The shirt is made of about 67% Tencel and 33% cotton. Different to the Loose Shirt, I sweated faster with this material but the material is lighter so I could still wear it a lot on warmer days.

One of my favorite spots in New Zealand: Nugget Point at the Catlins

The jeans is of the dutch label MUD Jeans, which produces fair in Tunisia. Also they work without additives but with recycled jeans fabric, ecological cotton and elastan. If you get to a point where you don’t wear your jeans anymore, you can simply send them back for recycling. The brand wants to be fully transparent, so you can read all about their production cycle and their philosophy on their homepage.

This is no paid blogposts. Lovelyforliving got the shirts of Funktion schnitt and the jeans of Mud Jeans sponsored. 

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