At the start of 2020 I became vegan, but around August while feeling incredibly stressed about life and my future (as we all have), that I started losing way too much weight so I reverted back to my previous diet while avoiding meat and dairy.
Having read a recent Kate Hudson interview with Totally Vegan Buzz, I really like the idea of being strictly plant-based for two or three days a week as I don’t want to completely throw away the nine month commitment I had already made.
Being a vegan (or part vegan) isn’t just about the food, it’s also about the lifestyle.
With one foot in veganism, Kate recently launched an Eco Friendly Fashion Line ‘HappyXNature,’ and I’m wondering from her latest look, if there will be a move towards leather alternative looks for her in the future.
One brand who is leading the faux leather charge is Nanushka.
The Hungarian designer Sandra Sandor has earned significant acclaim for her strong vegan leather goods.
Customers are drawn to Nanushka’s vegan leather as it has the sexy suppleness of the material without the same environmental and ethical cost.
I love how Nanushka proves that conscious fashion holds just as much luxury appeal as its counterparts which is seen in this maxi skirt that creates a new informal form of beauty when paired with Kate’s baby blue Paris Georgia sweater.
Kate’s style has always had a laidback elegance to it, which this look presents in an autumnal fashion.
Andrea Wazen ‘Filly’ pumps complete her we don’t need an excuse to dress up at home look.
My goal before the end of 2020 is to be able to rock a makeup free look like this. Just gotta remember to drink those 2 litres of water a day.
Credit: Paris Georgia, Vogue & Instagram
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