Monday, November 2, 2015

Ingar.nl | Fair Trade (Web)shop


I don't think I have enough dresses. I only have a couple and I can't wear those at any kind of event, so whenever I think of wearing a dress I am always staring at my closet thinking "hmmmm... no, no, no", and I end up going for jeans - or, quite occasionally, for a skirt. I do, however, have this nice black dress from Ingar.nl by the fair trade brand People Tree. I thought it was a good time to share it with you!

This dress is simple and comfortable, but can be worn in a more casual or formal setting and that is what I loved about it. An extra bonus for most is that Ingar.nl offers a wide range of contemporary fair trade fashion and ethical products of high quality for women. You can buy an outfit online and pair it up a bag or with handmade jewelry. Besides People Tree you will also find the following brands: Studio JUX, Wunderwerk, L'Herbe Rouge, Myomy, and Ingar.

People Tree dress: Ingar.nl - Clutch: c/o Pieces - Bracelet & Statement Ring: Pieces - Ring: Urban Outfitters - Shoes: Graceland.
I also like that the dress ends just underneath my knees, because it is something I have not had before. Still I am on the lookout for a dress that comes a bit above the knees so I can combine that with going out (for if I ever have the desire to wear a dress when going out xD) or just want the dress/outfit to feel younger. What do you think? Do you prefer longer or shorter dresses? And what about fair trade fashion? What are your thoughts on that? 


Pictures taken by Annebeth.




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  1. I think the dress has the perfect length. It loos playful enough for going out, but can be worn to a formal event too. Perfection.
    And it is very flattering on you, hugs you in all the right places!

    Linda, Libra, Loca: Beauty, Baby and Backpacking

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    1. Thank you for the kind words :) I like that it's loose too. Something different!

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  2. Oh zo'n mooi kleedje Natasja! Het staat je echt prachtig! Moet je veel meer aandoen. Leuk ook dat het fair fashion is, zouden we allemaal wat meer op moeten letten eigenlijk...

    Liefs,
    Marlies - Golden Mirrors & Pink Bows

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    1. Dank je wel, Marlies! Jaa, je ziet meer bewustwording rondom fair fashion.

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  3. echt een hele mooie jurk!
    het is echt t perfecte zwarte kleedje, staat u ook super mooi
    heel mooi aangekleed met de accessoires ook :)

    liefs
    Karlien

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  4. Ik vind het jou erg vrouwelijk en mooi staan! Je kunt het met de juiste blazer/jasje of een (gebreid) vest naar een speciale gelegenheid dragen. Thanks, thanks voor deze mooie post!

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    1. En je hebt warme armen :-) dus extra fijn met dit weer!

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  5. Ik vind het alleszins een mooie klassieker! Wat niet wegneemt dat een korter niet welkom is in de kleerkast natuurlijk :D En zeker een concept dat me aanspreekt die Fair Trade fashion! Hopelijk breekt dat meer en meer door.

    x Aurélie

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    1. Haha, inderdaad! Draag jij meer ethische kleding dan voorheen?

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  6. oh you look perfect in that black dress...I love how you kept it simple and elegant

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  7. Amai supermooie foto's! Het kleedje staat je echt héél goed!

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    1. Dank je :D eens een jurk voor de verandering haha.

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  8. Aw, you look so cute! Love this dress on you. And the clutch goes so well with it.

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    1. I really like the clutch too, especially because it still has a small strap for my wrist!

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  9. I LOVE this dress on you! It does fit you perfectly and I love how you styled it. I only buy dresses and skirts that go beyond my knee because I don't like my knees, lol.

    That clutch in the first picture is stunning to!

    Agata http://herandmakeup,com

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