Safari Jacket with Scarf and Jeans

No, I’m not heading out on safari, but I am wearing a handy safari-style jacket. I found this in Vancouver, and as soon as I checked to make sure the sleeves were faux leather, I bought it.safari jacket

Jacket: Bedo
Jeans: Suzy Shier
Sweater: Express
Scarf: Bebenoir
Boots: Novacas
Tote: Crystalyn Kae

It works well with lots of outfits, but this time, I paired it with a bright sweater and scarf with a bird motif (Put a bird on it!).

bird scarf

I’ve been trying to shop locally, buy sustainably, and support fair trade brands. I find these types of articles last longer, even though they often cost more–so it evens out. Of course it will take a while to convert my wardrobe to the ethical closet I want it to be, but with each outfit, I try to incorporate such pieces.

For this outfit, my Novacas boots fit the bill. Made in Portugal, from green (non-leather) materials, the company prides itself in good working conditions and fair wages.

jeans and a sweater

My tote is glazed fabric and handmade by Crystalyn Kae, so it counts too (made in the USA, small business, sustainable, and ethical). I love her work and I’d encourage you to check out the line. She was one of the first brands to reach out to me to review a product, and I fell in love with her bags.

I’m joining the Penniless Socialite, Rachel the Hat, and Happiness at Mid-Life for link-ups. See what everyone else is wearing!


Filed under Ethical, Fashion

7 responses to “Safari Jacket with Scarf and Jeans

  1. Cute safari jacket, I like the twist with the faux leather sleeves. Great look.

  2. That scarf is so pretty with this outfit. I like the idea of shopping locally, I do it with my food but have not translated to my clothes. Thank you for joining TBT Fashion link up and hope to see you Thursday.


  3. I love that you are buying local, and sustainable. It is such an honorable shopping path!

    Ginger Side of Life

    • Thanks Chelsea! It’s not always easy, but it’s my goal šŸ™‚ I just found out that the USA has lost 70,000 shoe-making jobs since 1979. Shopping is good for the economy, and shopping local is even better!

  4. Great look. LOVE the scarf. The colours paired together give off such a warm feeling. It must be Spring šŸ™‚

    WOW, I didn’t know about the staggering job loss numbers in the USA in the shoe making industry. šŸ˜¦

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