First Day out with Erik: Wearing ReNew by Everlane

After spending 2 weeks inside the house recuperating post-birth we decided that it was time to take little Erik out for his first stroll around the neighbourhood. The weather has changed quite drastically in the UK since we came out of the hospital on the 15th of October – going from 20C to 2C in just two weeks. Cosy Autumn feels all around!

For our first trip out together both Erik and I were wrapped in conscious brands from head to toe! It felt quite nice to finally dress up a little after spending 2 weeks in pyjamas (…mostly sitting on the couch).

Erik wore organic clothing from Baby Mori and slept peacefully (who knew that babies sleep so well outdoors!?) in his sustainable Day2 pram from Joolz.

I wore a handcrafted beanie from 0711 Knits, Bamboo maternity/post-maternity leggings from Boob Design, sneakers from Veja, and a brand new coat from Everlane’s ReNew collection.

ReNew by Everlane is a collection of outwear made entirely from plastic bottles – 3 million of them to be exact! In a time where companies are making more virgin plastic waste than ever, Everlane has made a commitment to cut out all virgin plastic from their entire supply chain by 2021. Thoughtfully detailed and incredibly warm, their consciously made pieces from their brand new ReNew collection will keep you snug all winter.

I am absolutely in love with my Puffy Puff Lavender coat made from 32 plastic bottles! This oversized coat is light, comfortable, and warm – absolutely perfect for English weather.

You can shop Everlane’s amazing ReNew collection HERE.

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This is a sponsored post and the coat is genuinely loved! Help support brands that support the environment and make it a social norm to shop ethically.

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Sustainable fashion, ethical luxury, and lifestyle blog by Nataly Elbaz Björklund. Creating awareness on sustainability issues and introducing ethical, sustainable, eco-friendly, slow fashion & lifestyle brands.

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