7 style tips for wedding guests… with an eco-twist!

Convertible dress by Mimétik Bcn

The thing with weddings is that we just don’t get enough of them. So, for those of us who enjoy dressing up for big events, we certainly face the risk of overdoing our outfit led by the excitement of the moment.

This is why at ecoKomorebi we have joined forces to offer you a list of personal recommendations that we think are useful when preparing an outstanding “wedding guest look”.

  1. Bet on comfort. Remember that you will have to go through long hours of social interaction: starting with the ceremony and ending up at the dance floor! So, there is no reason to sabotage yourself by picking up the wrong accessories – especially now that there are so many comfy platform sandals to choose from.
  2. Plan ahead. You don’t want to be deciding on what to wear or how to wear it the day before the event. Try out your outfit quietly at home so that you can pay attention to detail. For instance, getting the right underwear is essential. Is your bra or the seam of your panties showing? Will your jewellery or headdress hold their positions all through the day/night? Read more
A powerful reason for philanthropy

A powerful reason for philanthropy

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Gineta Sweater, knitwear collection. / PHOTO: Julia Puig

Cristina Garrosa is about to turn her life upside down. After a few years of working as a graphic designer, this young Spanish talent has now decided to dedicate all her energies to her passion for fashion. She doesn’t have a long background in the industry but she has something that’s much more interesting than that: the will to make things right. Through the following lines Cristina tells us all about Filantropic – her recently created brand-, and reflects on the importance of contributing to the local economy. “I really wanted to create something MADE IN SPAIN,” she states.

How would you define the style and philosophy of Filantropic? What made you take a step forward and create your own brand?
I’ve always loved fashion but when the time came to choose a field of study for my degree, I thought it would be the best to give up on it in order to get more professional stability. The funny thing is that after graduating I ended up being highly disappointed with the current employment situation in Spain anyway. So this time I didn’t hesitate: Read more