It’s the first of December, so I thought it would appropriate to share some eco conscious Christmas wish list ideas. I’ve divided them into different topics and the first one is clothes and accessories.
It’s filled with lots of warm wool, organic cotton and classic, timeless accessories and I’m dreaming of all of it. I’m aware it’s not the most colourful of wish lists, but I’m in love with the simplicity and everything on here would be easy to incorporate into my existing wardrobe.
- Wool And The Gang sweater kit: I’m such a big fan of WATG and how easy they make DIY projects. There’s literally something for every level on their site. This bright red colour would be perfect for the holidays and to light up the dark days of January and February. And I would love relaxing on the couch knitting it in between all the Christmas gatherings during the holidays.
- Organic Merino wool long sleeved shirt from Dilling: A thin, but warm top to wear underneath my regular clothes to keep warm on those long, cold walks throughout winter or to just cosy up at home on the couch.
- Black vegan boots from Beyond Skin: These classic boots with a small heel would be the perfect everyday winter boot.
- Organic Merino wool leggings from Dilling: To match the top.
- Necklace from INDI & ME: Dainty necklace to balance out the chunkiness of all the fuzzy sweaters I’ll be wearing all winter.
- Handbag from O MY BAG: The perfect sized handbag for a day out and about where I don’t need to bring my laptop, but still want to bring snacks, lip balm, iPhone, water bottle, etc.
- Sweater from Aiayu: Classic, good quality, cosy and warm sweater from favourite Aiayu.
- Cardigan from Aiayu: In need of a warm, grey cardigan to wear over all my tees, so I can keep using them throughout the winter without freezing my arms off.
- Dress from Aiayu: I’m imagining this dress would be a warm and cosy alternative to the cotton and Tencel® dresses I’ve worn throughout summer.
- Organic cotton pyjama trousers and shirt from People Tree: This pyjama set from People Tree is stylish enough to wear for a long Sunday brunch at home without making me feel too lazy. I’m even thinking it wouldn’t be too inappropriate to pop down to the supermarket with just a jacket over if we needed anything.
What’s on your Christmas wish list ideas this year?