Stylish Nature-Loving Brand Ecoleco

In Chengdu, it rarely snows in the winter. Maybe because of this, white is very popular in Chengdu during this season. Everywhere I go, I see white winter coats on women. Without the white snow, women here are replenishing the color with their fashion choices, adding airy and light-hearted looks to the city. Almost all of the fashion forward brands are offering white outerwear: either warm puffer coats or lighter wool coats. The stylish nature-loving brand Ecoleco is not an exception.

Chengdu Winter Fashion Ecoleco

Ecoleco: Stylish, Comfortable & Natural

I got this white cotton & wool blend jacket from Ecoleco. There are a few Ecoleco stores in Chengdu. This brand uses all natural fabrics, and the prices are mostly around 500 yuan (about $75). It has become my go-to brand in Chengdu. Since their clothes are all one-size, they tend to fit loose on me. I brought my mom to the store for the first time, and she loved it too.

Chengdu Winter Fashion EcolecoThis simple green and beige striped cotton sweater is also from Ecoleco. If I were to wear a beige sweater skirt, this would be a lovely monotone outfit.
Chengdu Winter Fashion EcolecoBackpack: Kate Spade, Thrifted from Buffalo Exchange in NYC. Similar style available. Jeans: Everlane High-Rise Ankel Jean (size 26, true to size chart). I have been wearing them so much ever since I had them. You can probaby spot these in a lot of my recent outfits. They are stretchy, comfortable and the length is just right. I have these in black and grey.

Sock Boots: Tata (Chinese Brand, size 35/225mm, true to size, also worn in this post).
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Do you like to dress like a local when you go traveling? I feel I tend to get influenced and adapt to the local fashion sense. When in Rome, do as the Romans do, right?

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