This month we want to show you a bunch of great looking people, wearing our designers. Take a look!
This month we want to show you a bunch of great looking people, wearing our designers. Take a look!
If you are anything like us, you love playing around with style, and wear some key pieces in many ways. So if you should invest in a pair of fairly produced high quality boots, you would need some style options to get the most out of them. Here are our style suggestions. One pair – million wears. At least!
Scroll through the gallery below for styling inspiration on how to wear you boots and where to get good luxe pieces to go with them.
And remember, all designers we mention who are not part of Just Fashion are to us known for consistent quality and care for how they make their products. Therefore the following style suggestions should be good for the planet, though we can only count for the details of our own designers.
These are the boots.
Made by hand in Portugal, in a small family owned factory. It is in fact so small that half of Amorina&Mia’s collection is Made to Order (produced after ordering).
Not an easy-fast way of doing things, but a really environmental one.
Wear with short dresses or skirts.
This is a fail-safe way of adding a grungy tough to femininity. We feel that short skirt and dresses can be too pretty sometimes. In the second we add a pair of flat boots, we feel grounded.
Wear with a dress over shirt-combo.
Keep the dress knitted or woolly, and add a feminine lightweight shirt. This style, if dress is not to short, will also work really well for the office.
Wear with long oversized coats.
It’s slouchy and cool. Layer fine knits underneath; add a belt or several jewelries in different lengths.
Wear with a billowing flower dress.
On top, wear a short shearling or wool jacket. It’s easy to tweak to a 70’s look, but is also channeling the femi-grunge of the 90’s with a shorter dress and stockings. Change out the shoulder strap with an old guitar strap, and you are ready to go.
Wear with long narrower skirt or dress grazing or covering your boots.
This look is buttoned up from heel to toe, with a long skirt and long coat or with a cropped sweater or jacket that emphasizes your waist. It has a hint of the 60’s and the 70’s, but is still a modern take on a boots /skirt look.
Nuff said. Come on an boot up the good way! :)
Are you on the lookout for the perfect trench for fall?
We’ve made a selection of trenches that deliver the ultimate quality and style, but also takes people, nature and animals into consideration.
PS: We only know the details of our own designers production process, but these brands are know for consistent quality and for caring about how they make their products.
This dark green trench is produced in Lithuania. It’s made in a Wool/Polyamide-blend
“For us sustainability means respecting people and the environment in everything we do”
This trench is windproof, waterproof (this one actually IS waterproof) and made out of recycled material to begin with. It’s made to last a lifetime! It is also possible to buy in a version with warm padding if you want to use it during wintertime.
“We work hard to be as environmentally friendly as possible. By teaming up with leading eco conscious suppliers in the industry, Norwegian Rain aims to amplify the positive spiral of people working together to overcome the climatical challenges we are upon”
This trench have the same features as above.
These wool trenches are not in store yet. Follow Stella Jean for updates.
“Stella Jean collaborates with African and Haitian artisans, based on the principle of increase in value, economic impact and respect for the territory, resources and traditions of the local communities who must be supported, while at the same time preserving ancestral knowledge – at risk of extinction – and opposing the debasing effect of imperialist homogenisation”
This trench is part of Edun’s Resort 17 collection and since they do not have their own webshop we suggest you ask them where to get it if you are interested:)
Lastly, if you REALLY are going to invest, we want to take the company that is the epitome of trenches into account…
If you look closely, you find that some of the heritage trenches from Burberry, the classic ones that will live on forever, with details and tradition that no-one else can show for, is actually produced in England. As mentioned we do not know the details, but this should imply that the conditions are good and that there are craftsmen and educated workers involved. You can also get your initials engraved in the coat. Our favourites are..
This trench is as classic as it gets, still.
Let us know if you want more inspiration like this. We have tons of knowledge that we want to share with you to help you do better choises ❤
Some inspo on how to style your (eco-conscious) stockings !
Stylist and fashion editor Hope Von Joel shows how to pull of a great feminine but laid-back fall outfit.
Vanja Wikstrøm, blogger at Glammom wearing a classic black dress with her stockings.
Red is everywhere for fall and both the thin and thick variant of the black stockings, with or without pattern, works brilliantly with red. Here, travel writer, editor and founder of Frukostfolket Hanna Stefansson shows of an outfit with only red tones and black stockings.
All Swedish Stockings are made using recycled nylon thread, in factories that leave no waste behind, use solar panels and energy efficient machines in the production and have full water rinsing systems, so that water can flow back into nature.
PSST. We’ve also made this search for you. We found lots of inspo here as well. Choose the good stockings, and play around with them:)
The wrap is such a simple and transformative piece of clothing, and this season there are so many ways to style it.
We, off course present the good ones, produced for you personally in organic chemical free cotton, and possible to adjust and tweek if you need to. These wrap models will last for years to come, easy to transform through changing trends and even quite easy to wear through changing body shapes.
Trailing stripes taps into another trend this season. Go directly to this item.
If you don’t like it long, get it customized to a shorter model (this is a free service at our site), as seen at Christopher Raeburn Spring catwalk…
(PSST! We also got the narrow strap dress with stripes)
This one can off course also be adjusted to a shorter model, as seen at Missoni spring 16..
Like seen at Edeline Lee with classic narrow pants…
These pieces have, like the trend, plunging necklines and are quite low cut in front. If you don’t like showing off to much, we suggest either changing the cut when ordering yours (it’s easy and costs €21 to get a total customization of the fit, with good instructions by phone or mail), or you can use a top or statement underwear underneath.
Here are our best styling tips for getting lots and lots of wear out of your dress!
Keep it deep, but wear something underneath.
Inspired by the other V-necks at the catwalk, we imagined it could be a fitness body or tank top…
Or a loose strap singlet…
Do it the lingerie way, show off whats under, over… like seen on several catwalks this spring..
Style with a bomber.
…or a sweater
Let the jewelry do the talking.
We’ve seen lots of pearls, it fits the clean cut of a wrap perfectly, but also a statement necklace that plays on, and ads to the v-cut, works great!
Or take the top to another level with a real plunging neckline, as seen at Michael Kors….
Wear with slightly open wrap and relaxed sandals, loafers or sneakers…
Wear it with a long sweater and flats..
Want more tips? Ask us, we love getting questions and challenges! Or take a look at how we suggest you do the relaxed summer boho style the good way
Get inspired by fashionable women mixing up products from our designers.
Dutch Basics delivers classic jewelry, a failsafe investment that will be wearable forever! They are handmade in a small studio in Portugal.
Idamari is a real handcrafter. Her collections are all 100 % handmade by herself, in her studio in Berlin. Ida is also our first designer using certified conflict free gold.
The pearl collection from Dutch Basics is made with freshwater-pearls and classic as can be.
Like this. With Hasla’s identitet collection, you will find it easy to mix and match. This collection is based on the molecule, or hexagon if you like. These items are made in Hasla’s workshop in Setesdal in Norway. Take a look at the process of making a product.
Swedish Stockings have been collaborators of ours for some years now, and to follow their thorough process of becoming circular in their production is truly inspiring. If you don’t know their stockings yet, we suggest you try.
They are made out of recycled polyester (considered to be waste), made at water saving factories, with their own cleaning system, zero waste guarantee, and solar panel energy-use. It’s really impressive.
Here, green-liver Meilin Hyde shows her classic style with one of the thicker models in black.
Wear several at once. Like with the stack rings from Abareness. There are several versions, all handmade in a small workshop in Nepal. Stack rings are brilliant for bringing new life to old rings as well. Try it!
Like Luiza. Her Instagram is also something to follow! Real colour-boost inspiration!
She wears a yellow backpack from Kokosina. Handmade for you personally after you order it, and made in their studios in Latvia or Italy. Take a look at the wide range of colours in the leather. You are bound to find your favorite here! Leather is guaranteed from livestock, where whole animal is used for food purposes.
The collar is on our radar for spring and summer, so we thought we should inspire you with style-options and tell you how to make your own. To be a craftsman starts with training you know !
Yes, its everywhere, the elevated collar. And if it is not attached, it can elevate even more outfits. And even better if you can make it yourself.
There are so many versions, as seen at Carolina Herrera SS16, the simple elegant one with a stick pin….
…The one with a subtle illustration…
…The one that looks like a cartoon drawing and even has a drawstring..
…The one with the bling..
You see there are no limits. Choose swallows..
Or flowers as seen on Farfetch…
So how to do it?
It is not difficult to make a collar yourself. The second hand shops are full of used shirts in all kinds of colours. So.. here described by Rookie, this is what you do:
1. You take an old shirt. Open it up and lay the collar down flat, like so:
Or even better, this video, making a collar using scraps
Now you can start being creative!
If you don’t want to make it yourself, take a look at Señorita Lylo’s Embroidered Collars. She only makes them on demand, contact her through her Tumblr-site. They are really beautiful and detailed.
Or you can get the really exclusive one from Vivetta (we L-O-V-E their playfull design!), here also styled Just Fashion Style
Best of luck! Let us know how it turned out!
The relaxed linen and cotton bohemian products can be well-produced, high quality, and still on trend.
As seen on the runway on a dress from Chloe…
As seen on the runway from Balenciaga…
The suit is always an investment. Not only does it work dresses up as an ensemble, but also, it is great to wear as separates, as blazer and pants with casual tops, denim, sweatpants etc. Perfect for a casual cool look.
We’ve collected some people who look both flawless and cool in their suits. Stylists, fashion insiders and creative’s with their own style, mixed up with our eco suggestions from our luxury handmade label Kerber. Masculine or feminine, their suits come in mix-and-match models to choose from, and they last a lifetime.
Keep scrolling to see and shop 5 looks that will elevate your wardrobe
Comfy waist, cropped legs and a longer jacket. Feminine and masculine in one, elevates the feeling of effortlessness. Choose a loose singlet or t-shirt underneath to dress up or down. The keyword is loose. Like Kasia Smutniak, in a white Armani suit, with red lips and tousled hair.
Something that always works is the feminine black suit. With narrow, cropped legs and a jacket that elevate the waist. Like Hannah Davis shows of here at a Vanity Fair party.
Works so well with brogues or sneakers. Like Mary Orton from Memorandum shows of here, long legs, loose shirt tucked in pants
Flatter Pants, (on request here)
That’s enough. Style a feminine shirt with a high waisted loose pair of pants. Here shown by Clémence Poésy.
Get inspired and choose better when you can!
Hugs from the Just Fashion Team