I have stopped doing collaborations with e-shops for the moment, but I can never say no to an independent brand which thinks deeply not only about the designs, but also about their production. I know the word 'conscious' is quite overused, but it's great to see more and more people jumping on the bandwagon of sweatshop-free fashion. Terrible Movement is one of those, it is a brand created in East London and currently based in Berlin, the two places definitely being projected into their aesthetics.
The first of the two pieces I got from TM is this TERRIBLE tricoloured sweatshirt. I chose a medium size for a more baggy, boyish look, but I combined it with a bit of a 50s girl vibe. Although this is a casual throw-together outfit, vary of the typical jeans and a sweatshirt combination, I put some mint in it, as well as statement (I am overusing overused words in this post, forgive me.) accessories, red lips, and a 50s wave hairstyle. Because you can definitely go for something comfortable without looking like a clone of everybody else in the street.
(Check out Terrible Movement's website for their e-shop or a list of stockists - you can get their stuff in Urban Outfitters for example.)TERRIBLE MOVEMENT | MINT JEANS - TOPSHOP | MINT EYE PRINT TOTE BAG - MONKI | RANDOM KANJI BANDANA - 100YEN STORE | CAT MOON EARRINGS - C/O BALUBUNNY | GEOMETRIC RING - OIOI | GOLD TOE CAP ANKLE BOOTS - TOPSHOP