Eco-Outfit: That '70s Girl

They say that death and taxes are two things of which you are can be certain. I would add the cycling of fashion trends. We all knew that the '70s would make a comeback, and I for one, was happy to embrace a little love child flair. This dress (styled as a top) from Amour Vert set the tone, and I dug out my bell bottom jeans (from seriously 10 years ago!) and paired them with a platform wedge. Beaded drop earrings and touch of au naturel makeup from Juice Beauty finished off this modern hippie look. 

WorldFinds Jewelry

Supporting artisan groups in India, Nepal and Indonesia, WorldFinds is changing the lives of many while providing beautiful designs for all. Built upon the Fair Trade foundation, WorldFinds mission is to create a sustainable income for the artisans it works with.

Their designs are vibrant and eclectic- adding a little something extra to any outfit. 

ABACUS EARRINGS, #handmade #artisanmade #fair #madeinIndia

ARC RING, #handmade #artisanmade #fair #madeinIndia 

Long have I been a fan of Juice Beauty. I remember when I first met founder Karen Behnke at Aspen Fashion Week! It is so wonderful to see how this plant potent line has grown and I was overjoyed to learn about their new phyto-pigments makeup line.

Delivering more color and staying power without sacrificing any purity, the phyto line is a huge step in the right direction for natural beauty. The foundation was a little light (in coverage) for me. I feel like I would rather wear a tinted moisturizer if I am going that light, but it does pack a punch when it comes to skin nourishment, acting more like a serum than a foundation. The cream blush is very creamy and build-able. The lip color is so natural and perfect for adding a slight enhancement to a 'no-makeup makeup' look. The shimmery eye crayon doubles as a highlighter for your cheeks and cupid's bow. And the mascara is fab!


Juice Beauty Makeup

For my barely there makeup look, I used the cream shadow stick in Pale Gold across my lids, on my brow bone, cheekbones and cupid's bow. Eyes were finished with a quick curl and coat of mascara. I warmed the cream blush in Nude Beige on my finger and patted it along my cheekbone, starting at the apples and working out towards my ears. I lined my lips with the luminous lip crayon in Nude Beige and filled in the rest using the crayon as a lipstick. Et, voila! So easy, and so natural.

(makeup used was gifted by Juice Beauty)


Many thanks to Amour Vert for sponsoring this post! Photos by: Felicia Lasala