Wear The Change shirt

Mix & match: fashion & sustainability 

February 20th, 2018 / by / in: Cool things / 2 Responses

It’s chic, it’s versatile and, most important of all, it doesn’t harm the planet. Of course, I am talking about the newest and coolest collection from C&A, launched under umbrella #WearTheChange. Mix & match: fashion & sustainability.

#WearTheChange labeled clothes could be found in every C&A store. Look for the closest one on https://www.c-and-a.com

Take a big leap and try to imagine that: you are wearing… a jacket made out of some recycled plastic used water bottles, a pair of jeans cut from recycled cotton (they used to be jeans, or T-shirts or… who knows what) and a T-shirt that have only bio cotton fibres in it. Do not make faces before you try! I tell you, the collection is chic and versatile and fit for anybody.

C&A Wear The Change

Wear The Change jacket

As for me, I was in love with the ciel blue jeans (one of the most in vogue colours of this spring), the dark blue dress and the red suede jacket. Of course, a pair of dark pants and a striped shirt (the universal remedy for an inspirational gap) were on my #WearTheChange shopping list.

Wear The Change jeans

Wear The Change t shirt

The new C&A campaign is all about looking good and doing good and wearing more than a fashion statement but a statement for protecting the environment and farmers while keeping the clothes’ next life in mind. And, of course, we want to save our planet, but we cannot do it naked :).

Wear The Change dress

C&A, one of the largest fashion manufacturer in the world, launches, this February 2018, an extensive sustainability collection under the umbrella of #WearTheChange. This industry – leading collection showcases products made from Bio Cotton, Chrome-Free tanned leather, responsibly sourced Viscose, Recycled Cotton in Denims, Recycled Polyester, Bio Cotton and C2C (Cradle to Cradle Certified) materials.

Photography: www.dreamingof.net

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