Holà chicas !

If you’ve been following/reading me for a while, you know my love for sustainable brands.
And one thing that I love above all, it’s the opportunity I have to use my blog and my Instagram account to make you discover all the new sustainable fashion brands that I find !
So we meet today to talk about a really promising brand, which made its appearance not long ago in the fashion sphere (does this word even exist haha?): Oliopal.
« Ethical, upcycled and sustainable fashion » are the first words that caught my eyes when I discovered Oliopal’s Instagram account, then it was the « bohemian & romantic » posted on its website that finished to raise my curiosity !
And the cherry on the cake : a french manufacture, more precisely in the Paris area.
For my part I immediately loved Oliopal clothing style : a lot of velvet, cuts both romantic and very current, in short everything I like !

Created in 2017, the brand is very committed both on ecological & human aspects ;
As Oliopal has written in black and white on its e-shop, at every stage of production the RESPECT is the rule number one.
The fabrics are thus all from deadstock fabrics, the haberdashery is second-hand, the packaging is ecofriendly, no toxic product is used in the making, and each piece is made to order in the small french workshop of the brand (by the designer herself !).

As for me, I immediately fell in love with the Aby midnight blue velvet shorts and the Oliopal Ariane blouse ; I think that they are timeless basics, to wear both in a casual or in a chic style !
I am particularly fond of the Ariane white blouse, which is even more beautiful in reality than in the photos ; the sewing work is really beautiful and the fallen is absolutely perfect.
Expect to see it very often on my networks ♡

My other favorites from Oliopal:

« Albina top » in electric blue velvet
« Alanis dress» in velvet



 « Ariane » white blouse, 160 euros, and  « Aby » midnight blue shorts, 70 euros – Oliopal (paid partnership)


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Did you know the brand Oliopal ?
What are your favorite sustainable brands ?