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Sustainable Stylist Spring Summer 2018

Today’s post is all about trends! If you were thinking that dressing ethically with get in the way of your intent to shop consciously, you were wrong! Take a look of some of the trends of the moment, and what are the best way to pull them out, while being sustainable-friendly!

  1. Ruffles Shirts

Ruffles have been around since last year, but apparently this trend is not going away. It’s a very feminine and romantic trend that many women love and it looks so good.

Photos Harper’s Bazaar – Erdem and Valentino / SS 2018

You can go casual mixing your romantic ruffle blouse with your favorite jeans and even sneakers. Also, they can be everywhere in your blouse being super good for a more formal look.

Photos Harper’s Bazaar & Pandora Sykes 


But, do you are looking for a sustainable look?

If you are knitwear lover, then you totally have to check this Graciela Huam’s top. We have embraced the ruffles trends as well, adding the ruffle detail just in the sleeves, giving them a delicate but powerful touch.


Den Bosch Sweater from Graciela Huam SS18 Collection

2. Pencil Skirts

This shape was shown repeatedly on the runway this time. In all its forms, different colors, patterns and textures. You can pick your favorite way of rocking this trend.


Photo | Credit Getty Images

This kind of skirt is perfect to emphasize your natural curves, plus is super comfortable and versatile. It can be either casual or super fancy, according to the accessories you choose.


(Mancora Skirt from Graciela Huam SS18 Collection) 

Other options of colors or above knee

3. Pastel attack

Lavender is the color of the year, that’s clear. But it hasn’t come alone, all the pastel colors are trending right now. Those colors are so in this season, don’t be afraid to try them!

You are definitely going to stand out in a pastel look like this. Pare it with accessories that don’t steal the attention, and you are ready.

Photo Celine SS 2018

Pastels and soft colors are even conquering knitwear. You can copy this comfy look, but if you are not totally into the mono-color style, replace the bottom or top part to mix it with something else you like either in the palette of pastels or maybe something darker to create contrast.


Look from Graciela Huam SS 2018

I hope you enjoyed the post!

Thank you for reading,

Coral Castro.