Standing on a bridge in January, without a coat? Yes, I did, because Janet decided it was time to take some pictures for an outfit of the day post. And well, I’m not the biggest fan of being in pictures, so it was quite a challenge to get some decent ones. How about you; do you like to be photographed? Maybe it takes some time to get used to the camera. And we discovered what makes taking pics a little bit easier, maybe more about that in another blog. Now it’s time to share my outfit of the (Satur)day.
You probably noticed we love discovering new sustainable fashion brands. Online we found Nomads Clothing (and no, this is not a sponsored post), a brand we hadn’t looked into before. It’s not for sale in Dutch shops, as far as we know. And ordering online is not something we do often. But, it was sale so we just couldn’t resist. Janet ordered a blue tunic shirt and I bought a longsleeve and a cardigan. These last 2 items are featured in the pics below. Janet’s tunic shirt might appear in another outfit of the day post soon.
The fabric of the cardigan (quite thin and crocheted) took some getting used too, but now I really like wearing it. It has a beautiful shape and it has a comfortable feel. It looks great worn with a denim skirt and the grey Nomads longsleeve. Add a sophisticated pair of boots with heels or comfortable flat shoes and you have a great outfit.
If you decide to order some Nomads Clothing pieces online, take into consideration some styles are quite roomy so do not choose a size too big!
– a second-hand denim skirt, € 5,-, thrift shop find.
– a new Nomads Clothing cardigan, € 28,- (sale).
– a new grey Nomads Clothing longsleeve, € 14,40, (sale).
– second-hand black boots with heels, € 16,95 a thrift shop find in Assen.
– the watch is a birthday gift from my parents, Michael Kors.
– 2 golden rings, one is second-hand.
– a golden necklace with pendant; the pendant is from a small jewelry shop in Genua (Italy).
– invisible, because it’s underwear: a string, Albero (a Christmas gift) and a non sustainable bra (Marks & Spencer).
– tights, HEMA (not sustainable).
Often people say sustainable clothes are too expensive. This outfit of the day post shows it’s possible to find sustainable clothes on a budget too. We think Nomads Clothing is an interesting brand, if you look at the price, quality and sustainability. We’ll probably order here again, even if it’s not sale because this is quite affordable.
What do you think of this brand, would you consider ordering too?