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    5 ways to style a White T-shirt

    5 ways to style a White T-shirt

     

    Every girl knows that there are timeless outfits built from classic pieces, there are a few basic items that form the crux of every good wardrobe. One of those is the classic white shirt, whether you’re teaming it with jeans, suit trousers or layering it under a slip dress or cami top, the perfect white t-shirt is the gift that keeps on giving.

    How to style your white basic T-shirt

    1. Tuck in the shirt and pair it with shorts High-Waisted Shorts and a Long Blazer

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    Image: Instagram (@lois_la_mode)

    2. Paired With Cropped Trousers.

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    Image: Instagram @deriveinlovee

    3. Casual-Cool With a Silk Scarf, Loafers, and Relaxed-Fit Jeans

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    Image: Instagram - @poppyxsalvage

    4. Layered With Chunky Jewelry and Ripped Jeans

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    Image: Instagram - @_simplysustainable

    5. A simple tee can also be worn over a skirt (short or long) - tucked in or untucked.

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    Image: Instagram - @moononyxstarr

    What’s your favorite way to style a white T-shirt? Let us know in the comments section.

     Disclaimer: All shirts in the images above are customized organic cotton t-shirts made by #DasMatia. Customize your own HERE!

    5 steps to achieve your goals

    5 steps to achieve your goals

    Whatever it is YOUR heart desires, you can achieve it by working hard and changing your mindset and energy to match your dreams. Here are five steps to follow to achieve any goal:

    Step 1:

    What do you want to achieve? Think about what you’re putting off for the “right moment.” What holds you back? What are you afraid of? Write down the worst things that might happen if you fail.

    Step 2:

    Now that you have a clear vision it’s time to create SMART objectives:

     

    Write down how long you think it will take, how many hours each day you will need to set aside to make it happen and what will the financial commitment be. What do you need to do every day to reach these objectives.

    Step 3:

    Get Organized and make an action plan - Write down the steps you will follow that will get you to your goal. This will help ensure you don’t miss any important steps. Think of this as creating mini-goals, breaking bigger objectives into smaller steps, until you have “bite-sized” chunks.

    Step 4:

    Be consistent. It’s important to focus on and take responsibility for the process, not the potential results. When you focus on the process , you will be a lot more relaxed and prone to continue than if you stare yourself blind on the potential results that never come as quickly as you want to and puts you on an emotional roller coaster from day to day.

    Step 5:

    Take accountability and accept feedback and use it to improve. Remember, it’s important to find and do what you love or like to do.

    Real success doesn’t come from the outside but from within. There is no shortcuts. Taking greater personal accountability is the key to succeeding in everything you do.

    Das Matia Podcast 6 Recap: Georgina Wilson-Powell

    Das Matia Podcast 6 Recap: Georgina Wilson-Powell

    DAS MATIA's Anca Stefania Iorgulescu discusses creating sustainability ripples with Georgina Wilson-Powell.

    Georgina Wilson-Powell is the founder of pebble magazine and the pebble guides series. Magazine editor for the last 16 years, she launched pebble 18 months ago which has become a cult lifestyle magazine with an ethical edge. Georgina is passionate about making people realise being stylish and sustainable can be the same thing and helping us discover more eco-solutions and independent businesses and artisans. You can find more about Georgina Wilson-Powell and pebble magazine here.

    5 Must Watch Sustainability Documentaries

    5 Must Watch Sustainability Documentaries

    Documentaries have the power to change the world.
    These documentaries are a great place to start or inspire you to continue your journey of sustainability.


    Minimalism (Available on Netflix)

    This document About the Important Things or the not so important things! A great guide to living on how living with less can lead to happiness. By taking the audience inside the lives of minimalists from all walks of life—families, entrepreneurs, architects, artists, journalists, scientists, and even a former Wall Street broker.

    The Next Black

    A shorter documentary on the future of fashion exploring various sides of the industry and exploring ways they are going. Get inspired, get creative, go make some change.


    The True Cost (Available on Netflix)

    True Cost


    This is a groundbreaking documentary about the clothes we wear, the people who make them, and the impact the industry has on our world. The price of clothing has been decreasing for decades, while the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically. The True Cost asks us to consider who really pays the price for our clothing?


    Before the Flood

    The National Geographic documentary film ”Before the Flood”, by Academy Award winner Leonardo DiCaprio, is an important collection of information about climate change and the associated threats to humanity. Before the Flood is an excellent  in-depth look into the causes and effects of climate change. 

    Sweatshop: Dead Cheap Edition

    This doc team sends 3 young Norwegian fashion bloggers into the heart of Cambodia’s factory life. Watch the trailer

    Why you should use cotton shopping bags

    Why you should use cotton shopping bags

    As plastic suffocates our lands and oceans, we need to find alternatives in order to protect ecosystems, wildlife, and ourselves. While producing plastic bags is cheaper and less harmful than producing cotton bags, for instance, their life cycle and afterlife are criteria we cannot neglect. Many countries are proposing alternatives to the common, ubiquitous plastic bag. The answer to the problem seems to be reusable grocery bags, in cotton, hemp, paper, and nonwoven polypropylene. Are they any good?

    Plastic bags don’t biodegrade, but they can break down through photo degradation. When photo degradation, decomposition through exposure to light, happens, the bag breaks down into small, toxic particles.

    Paper bags are biodegradable and easy to recycle or compost. But producing them in quantity requires a lot of water, fuel and cut-down trees. And they usually aren’t made from recycled material, because new paper has longer, stronger fibers. While it is cheaper and less carbon-heavy to produce plastic bags, their “afterlife” is what we need to take into consideration.

    Cotton tote bags for shopping are reusable even when we do not use them anymore – as we can repurpose them. When it comes to paper bags, we can incinerate them, compost them, or repurpose them for different home activities. Even if cotton bags or paper bags end up in a landfill, they are biodegradable, therefore easier on the environment. In other words, cotton and canvas bags, together with paper bags, are more eco-friendly choices than plastic bags.

    Purchase our stylish custom reusable totes and let the world know you care. Embroidered with your slogan of choice or the emblem of a cause, they are a wonderful, eco-friendly way to get exposure for an idea.