It is not the first time we have talked about Thinking Mu, a sustainable fashion firm whose objective is to contribute to a more conscious and slow consumption with a positive impact on people and the environment. And not the first time that we show you the autumn winter proposals that stand out for their relaxed and comfortable style.
The garments from the Trash line stand out in Thinking Mu's autumn winter collection, a zero waste project in which the presses are created from a combination of fibers recovered from recycled materials and sustainable virgin fibers. And you will not be able to take your eyes off their corduroy proposals and those with checkered patterns in blue and tja tones.
We love the color palette that Thinking Mu has chosen in its new collection. And is that those greens, oranges, tiles and blues, They come to make our outfits this fall-winter season acquire a more positive and cheerful tone. And to us, anything that is putting a good face on bad weather always seems like a great alternative.
When one discovers the garments from the Trash line, Contributing to the circular economy by recycling a substantial proportion of cotton waste from old garments and wood pulp from recycled sustainable forestry, it's easy to imagine the convenience these can provide you in your day-to-day life. The stretch ribbed dress and the elastic midi skirt with elastic waistband are undoubtedly our favorite pieces.
It is also easy to notice the corduroy garments organic cotton from the collection: dungarees with straight cut trousers, ankle-length trousers, denim jackets, short skirts with four pockets ... Garments that combine perfectly with the Psycho t-shirts and the checked wool jumpers from their catalog.
And together with the previous ones we cannot fail to mention the plaid dresses and blouses with puff sleeves, very much in keeping with the fashionable country style and the lines that have also been worn this summer.
Do you like Thinking Mu's autumn winter proposals?