I’m becoming more and more interested in ethical fashion so it makes sense why I’m loving O MY BAG Amsterdam. Meet the brand that supports sustainable fashion and conscious trade.
In the past couple of months I’ve taken a growing interest in sustainable clothing and ethical fashion. I would be a hypocrite if I claimed to have given up on fast fashion giants like H&M, Zara and Bershka. I haven’t and that’s not going to change anytime soon. What I can do, however, is to gradually adopt a more sustainable dressing strategy and welcome more ethical brands into my wardrobe.
Note: This blog post is not collaboration and is not sponsored by O MY BAG. I’m loving the brand so I’m sharing with you my personal favorite.
ethical fashion brand
Eco-friendly leather bags and accessories fairly made in India
I stumbled upon O MY BAG Amsterdam while I was searching for my graduation internship. I’ve been in love ever since. The brand is dedicated to making a positive difference in the world—one bag at a time. The eco-friendly leather bags and accessories are fairly made in India to support small communities with a sustainable livelihood.
So—you get the whole package. Beautiful and imaginative designs, organic and long-lasting materials and indirect support of conscious trade.
My O MY BAG favorites
You can choose between a wide spectrum of eco-friendly leather bags and accessories. Or should I say—you’ll find it impossible to choose! I have so many O MY BAG items on my wishlist but sure, some I love more than others.
Here are my favorites.
#1. MEGHAN – ECO CAMEL
#2. ELLA MIDI – ECO MIDNIGHT BLACK / CROCO
#3. JO’S PURSE – ECO CAMEL
Sample sales HURRAY
Sample sales are the best! That’s how I got my first O MY BAG item, PIXIE’S POUCH – ECO WILD OAK. I love it so much despite its flaws. Most of the sample products have minor and charming imperfections—and GREAT discounts. I was lucky to purchase my eco-friendly leather wallet (which is big enough to hold my cash, documents and smartphone + a petite lipstick) with a 65% discount! Isn’t that a pretty crazy luck?
Do you agree that ethical fashion matters? What is your favorite eco-friendly brand?