Introducing – 1 Dress 14 Styles by Doo.Bla.Vey

The minimalistic and sustainable brand Doo.Bla.Vey caught my eye some time ago when they were doing their Kickstarter project, but I didn’t look into the brand until much later on. Similarly to Honest Rosie, a brand which I wrote last about, Doo.Bla.Vey is rocking minimalist principles trying to reduce how much women are buying and dumping fashion. Their vision is to “design multi functional and purposeful clothing toward a minimal, longer lasting wardrobe”. The founder, designer Jiayin Zheng, has so far only designed one dress – the W dress, but styling one dress in 14 ways seems to be so promising I am excited to see what else she will bring in the future!

Introducing - 1 Dress 14 Styles by Doo.Bla.Vey - byLiiL

Doo.Bla.Vey wants to do things ethically and they source their fabrics from surplus vendors and manufacture garments in Taiwanese factories that offer fair wages, good working conditions and skills training for employees.

I am really looking forward to seeing more from this brand, not only for what they design but to see information on their sustainable practices as well! At least they want to spread the message of reducing the mass consumption which is great! I would also like to see designs with less open back for women who would like such a choice. Check their website here and their great Instagram page here. All of the images are from those two sites.

Have you heard of Doo.Bla.Vey before?

With love,

Lii

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2 thoughts on “Introducing – 1 Dress 14 Styles by Doo.Bla.Vey

  1. Wow! More people should know about this because it’s incredible and innovative! I would love to get my hands on one of these to see if I could even come up with more ways to wear it. Thank you so much for sharing! The world could definitely use more sustainable options 🙂

    Charlotte
    http://www.deconstrut.com

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    1. I am happy you like it! There is a link in the post to their website if you want to check it out. I absolutely agree, it is innovative and there definitely should be more sustainable options on the market! 🙂 Thank you for reading!

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