Annie Greenabelle at Topshop

Monday, July 29, 2013

In my quest to find designers/brands/stores that make/carry good lookin' ethical items, I was directed to Annie Greenabelle's site
   
Annie Greenabelle garment's are predominately made from fair trade and organic cotton. All their factories comply with the ETI (Ethical Trading Initiative) base code and they give you a decent rundown of their production process on their website. 

But to be completely honest, I wasn't that impressed with the clothing I found on the site. Maybe it's because I'm starting to get too old for sickeningly sweet, 'look like a living doll when you're in them' kinds of dresses. Or maybe its because I feel the dresses were a bit stale; stuff I've seen before and am bored of (to be fair, I'm easily bored when it comes to clothes).

THEN I found more Annie Greenabelle items on Topshop...









Still definitely for those with a sweet tooth, or at least those with a desire to feel extra girly for a day; but that matching yellow crop top and skirt paired with the perfect shade of red lipstick... mhmm, mhmm.




10 comments:

  1. Hey Jelena,

    Thanks for commenting! And yessss, it is very, very cute! :)

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  2. Great picks! I love the floral cut-out crop top!

    http://lavienmode.blogspot.com

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  3. Ooh, these are gorgeous! And it's even more wonderful that they're made ethically! I just discovered your blog and I can't wait to see more! :)

    www.room-334.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks so much Elana, that's so nice to hear! :)

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  4. ohh man. oh man. you are supporting a very bad shopaholic habit of mine! adore that two piece yellow number. might have to purchase, haha!

    xo, Lily on Fillmore

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    1. Ha, same thing I was contemplating; to buy or not to buy?! Thanks for stopping by and commenting Valerie!

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  5. ooo i LOVE the idea of that yellow two-piece with red lipstick. ah-mazing. and that's so neat that they break down how they create the garments- that's very respectable.

    and haha, I'm glad the signature link works!

    xo marlen
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  6. Ha! Thanks for stopping by Marlen! You're the best!

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