Fashion talk and other content boosting your sustainable self. Welcome to our blog the fine edit. We show you the newest trends and how to style them. Consciously. #inspo
St. Petersburg – City of history, city of charm, city of… sustainability! In this sustainable city guide, Inna aka @innashu8 will show you her favourite spots to shop, eat
Have you heard of Åre before? If not: It’s time! Let Nicole aka freespiritshakingsoul show you her favourite sustainable City in Sweden. Tips for inspirational Artists included.
London – the capital of good food and fair clothes… Doesn’t sound right to you? That’s what the thought, but then we met Despina… Read this guest-article from @sustainable.london and let her convince you!
Do I need an SPF50? Or is 30 enough? And what exactly is the difference between the two? Read this to find out what you never knew about suncream and which products are best to buy.
Living sustainably in Stuttgart seems to be easy! At least according to the girls of Fairlieben. Check out their conscious city guide here!
Want to know some more ways you can incorporate sustainability into your routine? Why not start with laundry! There are loads of way you can be more ecofriendly when washing your clothes, check out this article for our top tips.
Ever find yourself overwhelmed with all the conscious fashion? The buzzwords? The materials? The brands? Well no fear – we’ve created a free guide for you to download to get your head around the whole thing! Download it by signing up here.
And on the Sixth day, God made Man(chester) – one of the greatest cities in the world. If you’r ever planning on visiting, make sure you’ve read this guide for all things sustainable in the city – from organic foods to vintage fashion.
The chick-flick is the best film genre of all time and nobody can tell us otherwise. Strong female protagonists flaunting strong necessary outfits? Hell yeah. Here are 7 of the best outfits ever portrayed in the chick flick realm.
fineyellow’s graphic designer, Aya, takes on Veganuary. A month-long commitment to plant-based eating. Little did she know that it would, in some sneaky ways, be harder than she thought. Read on to see just how it went.
It’s late December and you know the drill by now: time to think of a New Year’s Resolution. This time, it’s gunna last (or even at least through January). We’ve got a few options for you, instead of just bettering yourself, why not better the planet?