I apologize if the page looks a bit strange or messy right now. Especially the photos on the color analysis posts called "The Rules of Wearing Colors". It's because this whole page is under construction do to some problems that occurred after an update of the layout of this blog.
I can also not post the PURE COOL post util this issue has been taken care of, so I'm sorry if you were waiting for it. That's also why it's still not published right now, as this problem started some weeks ago and just furthered the delay.
I'm fixing each post one by one, so five years worth of posts will take a little while.
The "Body Types" posts should all look normal by now, if you noticed they looked a bit messy these past few weeks.
It will all be back to normal soon though, and hopefully even better on mobile view.
THE STRAIGHT FIGURES
THE TOP HEAVY FIGURES
THE CURVY FIGURES
THE BOTTOM HEAVY FIGURES
(The 12 body shapes and rules are mostly borrowed from Trinny and Susannah's Body Shape Bible. I have made some alterations. Photos in this post are borrowed from Google. Unknown source.)
Remember! Style has no size.
ETHICAL PYJAMAS FROM CUBUS' NEW SUSTAINABILITY EFFORTS
I needed some new pyjamas (as my old ones couldn't be saved anymore) and came over this cute little set, that’s part of CUBUS' sustainability effort.
I love that their pants are long enough for my 182cm/almost 6 feet body, which was the reason why I started looking at their pyjama selection in the first place. Also, that I'd heard that Cubus was trying to become nr.1 in sustainable fashion in Scandinavia.
These pyjamas are sustainable, ethical, comfortable, cute, and fit me great. These constellation print pants are elastic so they’re comfortable to wear for my curves. The only thing that would improve them, was if the top also had the same print as the bottom. Other than that last thing, they check all the boxes for me.
They also come with a sleep mask. I don't use mine, so it's a bit wasteful if you're not into that.
Here’s the other pyjamas I got. Also from Cubus and a part of their sustainability effort.
These bottoms aren’t elastic, but they are long enough for me and actually still fit comfortably so I can move freely. I usually only go for elastic pants because of my curvy shape, but these had a wide enough fit and felt pretty much the same as the elastic ones actually. Also, even though I usually prefer the top to match the bottoms, I really like this plaid and grey combo.
In conclusion! I love them both equally and have pretty much lived in them since I got them. I'm especially obsessed with the fact that they are sustainable and ethical, and that's why I have chosen to write about them on my page.
Text on first image: Wohoo! You found me. I'm part of Cubus' sustainability efforts. Let's be awesome together.
Text on second image: You'll love me because: Together we go beyond the fabric. More cotton, less wasted water, fewer chemicals and happier farming communities. We partner with The Better Cotton Initiative to improve cotton farming globally. That's fashion of our time.
My cat Friday, really likes my new sustainable and ethical pyjamas too. A little too much perhaps?
To sum it up, it’s sustainable, ethical, comfortable, cute, cozy, and fit me great. None of them shrink when washed either, which is important.
This is not an add, I paid for these!
ETHICAL AND PERSONALIZED STYLE, FOR A "GOOD FOR YOU" WARDROBE.
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