I’m so glad to see the response from Friday’s blogpost announcing my partnership with Votch. Click here if you haven’t read it yet! It was one of my favourite days ever, and I am so pleased with where this blog is heading. Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram if you don’t already at @marta_canga!
I am a big fan of green as you may have noticed from previous posts. On my recent trip to Manchester, my friend Nora and I picked up this same blazer at Zara and I have, since then, been wanting to show it to you. It’s a gorgeous deep green, with three buttons on each side and slightly long. Perfect for those of us who like to dress androgynous sometimes.
What’s best about it? It’s made from Tencel or also called Lyocell. This is a natural and sustainable fibre is made out of wood (crazy, huh?), is biodegradable and hence environmentally friendly.
Speaking of new things, I also want to show you my new LaBante bag, that I purchased after showing you my vegan bag wishlist a couple of weeks ago. The first time I saw it it reminded me of those Céline bags you see everywhere on Pinterest, but considering that this one is vegan and much more affordable, I think I hit the jackpot! 😉
I cannot wait to wear these again in another outfit. Perhaps with some vegan burgundy lipstick and a bun?
Thank you for reading this blog post, and see you all very soon!
|Cara Black Flat Court Shoes, from Beyond Skin|
Which one is your favourite? Don’t hesitate to tell me in the comments, I’d love to know!
Here is a flash blog post from an outfit I recently wore in Belgium. As you may know already, I was actually born and raised there and so my parents live there. I try to travel back to Brussels once a month. I love going back though, as I’m always welcomed by my small room where this blog started, my lovely family dog, and very enthusiastic parents that I am incredibly grateful for having (Apart from the fact that I love hearing the strong Belgian accent that I miss from time to time!).
Say hello to my new Matt&Nat bag, that I showed you in my vegan bag wishlist here. Matt&Nat is a brand that I discovered when I was transitioning into a vegan closet. They have many resellers in the UK, but I must admit that buying online is the best option for me, as they have so many different models and colours…! This is the Scarlett model, and it’s an eco-friendly and vegan bag, and its lining is made out of 100% recycled plastic bottles.
If you have any other recommendations for brunching in London, please let me know in the comments!
I paired it with my Over the Knee boots, kissing them goodbye for the rest of the season and probably seeing them again in September. A simple white jumper, silver jewellery, and my vegan bag from Urban Outfitters.