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Greek summers are long and endless.

Especially for someone who craves sweater-weather like mychelf.

There’s no better feeling than snuggling up in a buttery soft oversized jumper and heading out the door with a hot cup of coffee sprinkled with a dash of cinnamon.

Actually, the only thing that can make this even better is sustainable garments. One less thing to worry about, one extra feel-good factor!

Cosy, luxurious wardrobe classics, crafted from recycled fabrics in the most sustainable way.

I love layering textures; since everything I own is monochromatic, I have only the luxurious textures to play with.

I love exquisite craftsmanship and sensually oversized, flowing silhouettes.

Timeless pieces in neutral, muted shades with a Scandinavian flare and a minimalistic essence.  For me, it’s all about effortless, stylish separates, relaxed, gender-fluid shapes and forward-thinking design.

Pieces that I can wear on rotation without having to think about it too much.


As I was browsing Atterley’s well-curated collection of luscious knits I thought I would share with you my top picks for the season.

The fashion industry has grown by leaps and bounds over the past few years, sustainability-wise.

In an effort to re-use rather than produce more, an outgrowing number of brands rely on ethically sourced materials, recycled fabrics and less wasteful manufacturing techniques to design and create high-quality, thoughtfully crafted garments.

And Atterley made it easier to be sustainable with your style as they highlight the change-making, ethical and environmentally friendly labels shaping the future of fashion with their clean green style credentials. 


Until the next one,

  • Neely
    Posted at 23:01h, 28 October Reply

    Now I just want all the cozy sweaters! Love the yellow one especially.

      Posted at 23:01h, 29 October Reply

      Ah me too! It’s impossible to pick just one!

  • Kristen
    Posted at 23:27h, 28 October Reply

    I love a good comfy oversized sweater. These picks are the best. I love the color blocked one!

      Posted at 23:00h, 29 October Reply

      This one is one of my faves too Kristen!

  • Stephanie
    Posted at 00:53h, 29 October Reply

    Here in South Texas in the US, summer lasts a long time too and I love it. I hate cold weather. It’s just starting to cool off now here and I started pulling out sweaters. I could use a new one, and try to shop sustainability when I can. I’ll have to see if they are available here.

      Posted at 23:00h, 29 October Reply

      Yeap, they ship worldwide! I can’t wait to see what you picked!

  • Courtney
    Posted at 19:29h, 29 October Reply

    I’m all about sweaters this time of year!!! It’s cold here in NY and they are the chic-ist way to stay warm

      Posted at 22:59h, 29 October Reply

      Very true! I can’t wait for it to get colder here too!

  • Christa
    Posted at 20:31h, 29 October Reply

    I love all of the cozy sweaters. I’ve been (slowly) moving away from fast fashion and towards a sustainable wardrobe. Learning about companies that are ethically sourcing materials and labor is so helpful and inspiring.

      Posted at 22:58h, 29 October Reply

      I’m so happy to hear that Christa! I think that if we all take small steps towards a more sustainable direction the fashion industry will change radically!

    Posted at 11:05h, 30 October Reply

    I love a nice big cosy sweater for Autumn and Winter. You have some lovely options here. The grey is my favourite and looks like one I have.

  • Melanie williams
    Posted at 13:47h, 30 October Reply

    I am all about a super snug sweater for sure. Love this time of year and the chill just as an excuse to wear them lol x

  • Arunas
    Posted at 12:24h, 31 October Reply

    Wearing a sweater is like getting a soft, woolen hug. I like to wear them in cold autumn, winter, and spring here, in Lithuania.

      Posted at 20:46h, 02 November Reply

      So, I need to move to Lithuania then!

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