Days are getting longer and temperatures are rising. Thinking about tying a tie is tortuous and the heavy blazers start looking better inside the closet than on you. But Summer also brings a ton of events: from sunset parties to family picnics the heat isn’t an excuse to go out of style!
So here are our tips for keeping it cool, even during summer!
This pandemic forced us to a lockdown never seen before but we never stopped. Our priority has always been to give quality service to our customers, so, in addition to keeping working our e-commerce, we thought of giving quality content.
After giving you a taste of the best colours to wear this season, it’s time to share the trends that are going to take over the streets during the next months. From futuristic clothes to tiger patters Fall/Winter 2018/19 promises to be wild. But we decided to put together a list of the five trends that we like the most and that will make your closet spot on!
Born from the desire to take a stand and make things differently in the fashion industry, VEJA wants you to look (veja means look in Portuguese) beyond the product and be conscious of all it takes to assemble the perfect sneakers. If you believe in fair trade, workers’ rights and if you want to reduce your ecological footprint in this world, VEJA will be the perfect fit for you.
Just like trees, every fashion season we renovate our colours. And as we are about to enter the fall we thought it would be a good idea to tell you what’s hot this winter. The trends have dictated that this year, the colours will be very earthy and close to nature. Here are the top 3 choices that should be featured in your closet.
Having been part of Swedish households since 1978, the Kaken bag was initially developed by Fjallraven as a school backpack for children but, in the last years, its popularity grew so much that it has become a fashion item and it promises to not be just a fashion fad, but a trend that is here to stay.
The first leaves have fallen from the trees, and the colourful carpet that they form colours our cities, reminding us that autumn has already started. The warm temperatures during the day could distract us, but the crisp air of mornings and evenings calls for the first cotton sweaters and a wardrobe that scents of winter months.