Slow Fashion Outfit // Rediscovering Old Wardrobe Favourites

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Isn't there such a joy in going through the depths of your wardrobe, and stumbling upon pieces whose existence you had completely forgotten about?

Spring is finally underway here in Melbourne, and with the changing of the seasons (and after being more and more inspired by the minimalism movement), I've been sorting through my wardrobe in an attempt to downsize it.

In doing so, I discovered several items that I had all but forgotten about. And hey, a big part of embracing slow and ethical fashion means loving and continuing to wear the items we already own, so I figured I should start sharing outfits of these sorts with you here on the blog too.

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Outfit Details

Thrifted //  vintage Country Road trousers (from back when they were made in Australia).
Had for several years // top + non-leather heels
Handbag // vegan Angela Roi ivory crossbody
Makeup // cruelty-free + vegan + natural cosmetics from Adorn


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