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In this FASHION category, we talk about:

  • how to dress and choose more sustainable clothes.
  • the negative side of fast fashion: I used to like these stores but once I watch several independent films such as True Cost and the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh on 23 April 2013, I changed my behavior.
  • how to switch your behavior and habits when it comes to clothes consumption: it can be challenging at the beginning when you decide to dress more ethically and sustainably.

I will also show you in this category, how to:

  • build a capsule wardrobe
  • what is Project 333
  • how to create  a minimal but functional closet
  • which fabrics are sustainable and which are not – what fabrics you should choose when you shop for new clothes
  • how to shop in a more sustainable way
  • how to sell the clothes you don’t wear anymore online
  • how and why to shop in the second hands
  • how to create chic and ethical looks without breaking your budget

Discover new ways to mix and match your outfit to look original and comfortable every day. I love new ideas and have an eclectic personal style.

Let me share them with you!


4 TIPS TO MAKE YOUR CAPSULE WARDROBE More Practical | Minimalist Wardrobe Hacks

In this video, I share 4 tips to create a practical capsule wardrobe. When you are creating a minimalist wardrobe, it can seem daunting to rely on a few pieces only.

But it is more a question of habit. Once you get used to the number of pieces in your capsule wardrobe, you will not want to go back to a closet packed with clothes.

You will see that an organized and half-empty wardrobe is freeing for your mind. It takes less time to get ready in the morning. It makes me feel efficient …

HOW TO CHOOSE A TOP | Project 333 Summer Capsule Wardrobe

In this article, I will show you how to choose a top according to Project 333 rules. If you want to learn more about the process of building a summer capsule wardrobe, check this episode in which I focus on how to choose a top.

If you follow Project 333, you can choose 33 pieces of clothing for 3 months which is quite a lot when you think about it. And those 33 pieces don’t include gym wear, underwear, socks, or the clothes that you wear at home.

What is a capsule wardrobe? It …

18 PIECES, OVER 123 OUTFITS: summer capsule wardrobe

Are you wondering how to build 123 outfits from only 18 pieces? I have a solution for you – it is called an interchangeable summer capsule wardrobe. In this video, I will show you that your closet does not have to be filled with clothes – 18 items suffice. The only condition is that you select pieces that you can mix and match.

As we are planning a summer capsule wardrobe, think about the colors that you’d like to wear in summer as well as appropriate materials.

I favor sustainable materials, I look for …

How to Choose Pants and Skirts for your Spring Capsule Wardrobe 2020

Let’s build a capsule wardrobe together! What is Project 333? In this series, I will guide you through every step of creating a capsule wardrobe. In this particular video, you will see how to choose the bottoms: pants and skirts for your spring capsule wardrobe 2020.

What is a capsule wardrobe? It is a collection of essential items of clothing that are interchangeable, timeless, and functional.

When you build a capsule wardrobe think about the location- where you live, what is the weather like, and based on this, look for appropriate materials …

How to Build a Capsule Wardrobe: Project 333

Hi everyone, are you wondering why is everyone talking about capsule wardrobes? Should you build one? And what is Project 333? In this video, I will show you how to build a capsule wardrobe, what to pay attention to, how to avoid making mistakes, and how capsule wardrobe can help you simplify your life.

A capsule wardrobe is a collection of essential pieces of clothing that are interchangeable. Some people find 40 pieces the right number, others are happy with less. It is really personal. I like Project 333 because it counts 33 …

Home CAPSULE WARDROBE 2020 What To Wear

In this video, I share what I wear at home (my “home capsule wardrobe”) so that I am comfortable, feel professional and chic, and at ease when I have to play with my daughter during my “lunch break”.

A few weeks ago I created a spring capsule wardrobe based on Project 333 rules. But when we were quarantined due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, my spring capsule wardrobe became obsolete.

Check my Project 333 Spring Capsule Wardrobe video or read my article.

If you like …

Project 333 : 2020 Spring Capsule Wardrobe

This spring I decided to create my first capsule wardrobe by following the rules of Project 333. It means that you can wear only 33 articles for the next three months. The 33 pieces include shoes, accessories, jewelry, and clothing. You don’t include underwear, sleepwear, in-home loungewear, workout clothing, and wedding rings. 

Since I live in Switzerland, which is cold between March and May, my 33 pieces include warm clothes and shoes. As my parents always say: “It is better to be warm. You can always take one layer off.”

Once I chose the …

Special Christmas Offer for Your Eyes Only – Tallis

My Christmas Wish List (and our Christmas Offer!) is exceptional this year. I decided to feature ethical Swiss brands that I like and have been supporting for some time. And we are starting with TALLIS.

Click here to get 15% off your purchase at checkout! They ship internationally!

Tallis is one of my favorite Swiss brands because their products are sourced responsibly and made with a low footprint to reduce waste.

Cashmere Beret / Source: Tallis

Their sourcing story is a combination …

A Sustainable Swiss Brand Turns Ocean Plastic into Socks

If you are wondering what to do for the planet but feel helpless, support the Teal project.

As much as I agree that we need to change our behavior when it comes to the way we consume, travel and live, I don’t like how often environmental activism turns into something aggressive that repels people.

That’s why I am pleased to support a brand that aims to tackle plastic pollution in a positive way.

Teal Project is a sustainable, environmentally conscious Swiss brand that you can support this Christmas through its

Is This The Perfect Denim Skirt For Spring?

Why do I believe that a denim skirt is perfect for this spring? Because it’s practical, easy to wear and depending on the way you dress it up, you can wear it both on Casual Friday or over the weekend.

I found this denim skirt in my favorite consignment store in Geneva and decided to challenge myself and look for similar denim skirts in the same price category. This one is from See By Chloé, and I got it for a fraction of its original price.

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#haulternative video – Fashion Revolution Week 2019

I decided to make a #haulternative video to support Fashion Revolution Week (22nd-28th April 2019). What is #haulternative? It’s a way of refreshing your wardrobe without buying new clothes.

What is Fashion Revolution? The aim of the movement is to force fashion brands and the whole industry to be more responsible and ethical, and to educate the shoppers about the working conditions of those who are making their clothes.

My Favorite Pink Sweaters For Valentine’s Day


Here is a selection of my favorite pink sweaters that will keep you warm and chic, especially on Valentine’s Day. I know that you may be more interested in purchasing something for your loved one but on the other hand, we should not forget about ourselves. And the Valentine’s Day guide for him will follow. Stay tuned!

Environmentally Friendly Backpacks For Children

It’s with pleasure that I introduce you to Affenzahn, a German brand that makes beautiful environmentally friendly backpacks and accessories for children that are produced responsibly.

This beautiful unicorn backpack is suitable for children from one to three years old. Not only that all her Barbies and Lego cubes easily fit in, she likes to pull its tongue and play with the loop arms. It’s amazing because she can take it with her to the kindergarten and play with it at home.

Life Is What Happens To You While You’re Busy Making Other Plans


“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.”

I got so busy with planning, organizing and stressing about it, that I forgot to enjoy the process. When Alex’s father passed away, I couldn’t stop thinking about life. How short and impermanent it is. And we forget to enjoy every moment. We stress about where we want to be, who we want to become and what we want to have, that life runs through our fingers and when we wake up, it’s late. Life is all about memories. Now, when I start stressing about something, I ask myself: “Am I going to think about it when I am dying?” And 100% of the time the answer is NO! I will not think about work deadlines and power games. In the last seconds, before I die, I will think about my family and the love I felt towards those who matter. SO as much somber as it may seem, it’s an exercise that helps me to keep perspective.