Baby steps towards a greener wardrobe

The real green-aholics will probably roll their eyes when reading this article: green shopping in the highstreet, that’s just not possible, right? Well, not completely, but it is possible to make more conscious choices. Choosing H&M over Primark for example. Even if you are on a tight budget, it’s possible to change your shopping habits and make greener choices. In this article we help you to go for a greener wardrobe, baby step by baby step. That’s how it all starts. Just take our list with you, when shopping in the Herestraat, the Diezerstraat or the Nieuwestad and it will all work out.

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Green shopping in Hannover, Germany

Hannover green shopping blogpost adresses

When we arranged to visit Hannover in Germany, we did some quick research online and we concluded this could be a green shopping heaven possibly. Not only did we have a number of vintage shops to visit but also quite a large list with shops that sell fair trade and organic sustainable fashion. Yay! Not that we were planning on spending a lot of money on clothes, but still… we did have some green fashion wishes on both our lists for summer. Curious to find out what kind of shops Hannover has to offer?  [Read more…]

Green shopping in Münster, Germany

Two weeks ago we visited the beautiful German city of Münster. We not only went there to check out the five Christmas markets, we were also curious to see how ‘green’ Münster is, for example when it comes to shopping. We had heared that there are two fair and sustainable fashion stores in the city and we could not wait to pay them a visit. And it turned out it’s not just those two but a lot more! Münster is not only literally green in summer (like you can read here) but also figuratively speaking. We were impressed! [Read more…]

Discovering Zwolle in 8 hotspots

Zwolle ontdekken in 8 hotspots, intro

Twice a year I visit Zwolle, once in early spring and once in late summer. One of my old colleagues lives there and when I visit we love exploring the city together. We start of with coffee at  Villa Suikerberg, next we visit museum De Fundatie (art) and after that it’s shopping and looking for great places to have lunch or a drink. I love those days. In the first week of April we visited some old favourites and we also discovered some new cool shops and cafes to visit and she gave me some good tips. Are you curious already?  [Read more…]

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