Friday’s Eco Fashion Pick: Minna


by Tabitha St. Bernard

Eco Luxe can be described as eco-conscious clothing that is high-end. Minna has defined eco-conscious clothing. Each Minna garment is hand embellished. The clothing is made from sustainable, organic, recycled and locally produced textiles. She uses environmentally friendly production techniques as well as zero waste pattern cutting techniques for each garment. Located in London, Minna strives to support the local economy in as many ways as she can. She uses locally made fabrics and has a boutique in London. Because her clothing is so well made and beautiful the appeal is far-reaching. Her line includes Bridal, Ready To Wear and Childrenswear clothing.  Minna has appeared in Vogue, Elle and Bazaar, to name a few. Here are two of my favorite pieces.


Minna Nelly Dress

Nelly dress

During Springtime, everyone needs to have a cute white dress. The Nelly dress is so that dress. It’s a forgiving fit and looks so comfortable. The length is just at the knee so you don’t have to worry about troublesome thighs. Pair it with sandals for warmer days or some boots for a gone-country vibe. I love how modest the neckline is. No need to worry about undergarment issues. Your standard strapless bra will do.
Minna Butterfly Dress

Butterfly dress

I LOVE the colors on this print. It is so Spring! The long sleeves make it easy to wear even on chillier days. I also love the silhouette of this dress. It’s just a super comfy dress that you can layer as you wish. Throw on a denim vest for a more casual vibe. If you want to make it dinner ready, try a black or even a white blazer and roll up the sleeves to expose a bit of the dress fabric.
For more on Minna click here.

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