Being eco-conscious also means budget-conscious. Your closet is your mastermind, and wearing clothes differently every time by swinging in a couple of dainty accessories and layers is usually the way to save your sustainability aim. But, eventually, it just doesn’t work anymore – and you might need new stuff to save the others with.
While we are slowly approaching spring and leaving behind the cold that’s been holding us back, PRLA’s got a few beauties lining up for you to pick! Don’t forget, because all of them are affordable pieces (and we’re talking under a hundred bucks) with a remarkable quality that no one could resist.
Our first nominee is Dita Crochet. With only 60 dollars, you could buckle up and save yourself a few weeks’ worth of pairing to hunt for. A crochet top is typically made by organic yarns; and ours are inspired by the local weaving techniques of Bali. Being a culture lover, this is THE stuff.
Sensible pants are a necessity. This Pleated Pants in Beige is an example. Pair it with any top at all, and it would look as good as new. The sewing details and buttons as well as straps give off a fancy vibe on its own. Plus, with the rate being under 90 dollars, it makes a good catch.
Last but not least, your good old Lara Vest! 70 dollars is worth the price for such an elegant pop of color. With it being semi-transparent, the golden buttons up front complements the whole vibe really well. The box cut will save your t-shirts and bodycon suits for a couple more wear time.
With top notch clothing comes tons of cash. Most of our priorities are saving money as of now, due to the never ending saga of pandemic. Here at PRLA, we strive to be as eco-conscious as possible, while still maintaining the best price. We hope that these styling items could help you settle for less, for more.