Ethical Outfit: Market Days

Every week, I go to the St. Lawrence Market here in Toronto to stock up on fruits and vegetables from this little organic supermarket in the basement. Over 200 years old, the market is considered the best food market in the world by National Geographic. I always take my reusable, organic cotton shopping bag from Credo bags, as well as their reusable produce bags, to avoid pointless plastic consumption. They’re made in Canada. I bought my Credo bags at the St. Lawrence Market, but you can get them online. Gotta say, I usually come away with more than three grapefruits in my bag.

The dress is from Reformation. You might remember it from my 5 Ethical Summer Dresses post. Made in the USA, it’s an easy dress to throw on. The linen material keeps me cool. I found it a little long for me, so I got it tailored by a few inches.

When I bought these pink Castañer Campina wedges in June, I’d declared that I was going to wear them all summer. We’re knee-deep into August, and I have kept that promise. Made in Spain, they are a comfortable height and pretty much go with all my summer clothes. The pink is sold out on Matches Fashion, but they still have a few left on Farfetch.


ESPADRILLESCASTANER PINK CAMPINAS (see them with other outfits)


Photos by Tiantian Zou

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