A Sustainable Spring Lookbook with EcoVibe Apparel

That is one good thing about this world...there are always sure to be more springs.
— L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Avonlea

Spring is a tricky temptress here in the Rocky Mountain tundra. And dressing for her isn't a simple feat. As I mentioned in a recent post, outfits can change as quickly as a cloud can cover the sun and a sunny day can turn into a snowy one. 

Nevertheless, I've been slowly transitioning my closet - replacing snow coats, sweaters, and flannels, for jean jackets, layering tops, and (a bold move) spring-y dresses. 

EcoVibe Apparel has been one of the brands making my "transition to Spring" a bit more bearable. This "lookbook", similar to the one I wrote with Toad & Co. for Fall/Winter, is a conglomeration of looks using multiple pieces from a single brand, worn over a longer period of time. It's meant to show the versatility of the pieces, as I wear them in my real life, and not just for a single photo shoot. 

It's also, hopefully, meant to inspire a bit of Spring-full-ness, if you, like me, are trapped in a teeter-tottering ecosystem. 


EcoVibe Apparel is a Portland-based "boutique" style shop, melding eco-friendly fabrics, trendy silhouettes, and thoughtfully sourced apparel. The husband and wife owned shop brings a powerful force to the table. With more than 30 years experience in the fashion industry and experience in the ethics/marketing realm, there's no better due to take fast fashion by storm. 

The shop offers a "comprehensive" range of pieces - everything from basics, to outerwear, to statement pieces. You can also shop by value (vegan, fabric), type (sweater, leggings, jackets), and more.  

The Pieces: 


Alisha Modal Keyhole Back Dress: ($72)

This dress is silky soft, made of Modal, one of my all-time favorite fabrics. It has the perfect drape, is flattering, and has a unique keyhole detail that's perfect for Spring. Plus, it's one of the few "open backed" dresses that is bra-friendly ;)

Brynn Sweater in Ash Rose: ($79)

Incredibly soft, this dolman sweater is perfect for travel or cozy days at home. I wore it on both plane rides during my trip to the U.K. It's easy to layer pieces underneath, and makes a great starting point for any outfit. 



Sophie Off-the-Shoulder Top: ($68)

100% cotton and a beautiful twist on a classic denim chambray top, this top is the perfect transition piece. It features a longer silhouette and sweet little bows on the sleeves. I've worn it tucked into to pants or loose with skinny jeans and it works perfectly either way. 


EcoVibe truly has a beautifully curated selection of pieces conscious consumers can feel good about buying. Whether Spring decides to show her face in Colorado or not, my wardrobe will give her a run for her money with these three pieces. 

What's your favorite look of the bunch? I can't wait to style each piece throughout the season. 

*This post is sponsored by EcoVibe Apparel. All opinions, words, and photos are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that keep this site running!*