mango's new sustainable collection

I first heard about Mango's Committed collection via Refinery29 and was instantly hooked by the images and couldn't wait for the collection to launch.

Well today is the day the collection finally launches and I thought I share some information on the collection with and of course my favourite pieces that I am itching  to buy!

Lets just take a minute to appreciate the artwork that is these images of the collection, shot by photographer Josh Olins on real-life couple Raquel Zimmermann and Mathias Lauridsen. The outcome is a collection that is minimal making it fit perfectly into my wardrobe in the most gorgeous colours that I am obsessed with for Spring.

The collection is made up of 45 pieces (25 women's and 20 men's styles), and has been manufactured in Portugal, Turkey and Morocco. It has been made from environmentally friendly organic and recycled cotton, recycled polyester and Tencel and has been certified of their sustainable origin.

All sounds amazing right, but what about the bigger picture...Well, according to vogue online the brand says currently 44% of Mango's other collections comprise of natural fibers. Which is a great step in the right direction, and hopefully competitors will maybe start thinking more about sustainability within their own brand.

Now for the exciting bit, the clothes themselves! The first piece that drew me into the collection has to be this dress, the floaty oversized yet still fitted (does that even make sense) style of the dress and the colour made me wish it was warm enough to wear instantly! Some of my other favourite pieces are:

Cotton Bucket bag

White relaxed jeans

Oversize cord blouse (imagine this with some denim shorts and sandals = dream)

Ruched waist trousers

Organic cotton blouse

Organic cotton dress

You can shop all of Mango's new collection here.

(This setting though = dreamy)