A More Ethical Outfit
I went to Barcelona last week and did some shopping because… You know me…
I searched for ethical brands and stores before getting there and it was pretty annoying that some were actually closed or even permanently closed. Also, I went to L’illa in order to find the brand Mireia Playà at Casas and I couldn’t find it.
I found its shoes, tho. But too late. They were displayed in a store near Plaça de Francesc Macià.
From Casas, I still bought a pair of shoes because I liked the model but I won’t wear them much because the heels are 9 cm high.
Also, about them, I don’t know how ethically made are they. I tried to find things about the brand (Camila’s) but I couldn’t. I noticed that they have Adidas shoes in their stores, so it is a possibility not to be. If you know anything about it, please tell in the comments.
The pants are bought in June, so they’re obviously not ethical. They’re from Orsay and they’re in my former outfit post too.
And now things that are 100% ethical:
The t-shirt and ring are both from Olokuti, a store on Carrer d’Astúries. I don’t know the brand of the ring but the t-shirt’s is People Tree.
The lipstick is also ethical because it’s not tested on animals and it’s more natural. It’s Etnia’s classic lipstick but I don’t know the shade’s name. It’s bought from the El Corte Inglés in Plaça de Francesc Macià. I’ll probably do a review about it in the next post.