Last week and even the week before it was so rainy, cold and windy in Vienna I actually thought winter is coming back already. However I just did not want to take out my winter jacket again this year after wearing it for 6 months in a row. But then, lucky me, my Save the Duck jacket arrived and I could wear this one instead of my winter jacket. I decided to take a light colour, perfect for spring and summer.
I think such kind of quilted jacket is part of the basic equipment, every man and woman should have one like this in his or her closet. I always had one and I wore it permanently. But it wasn’t vegan and when I decided to turn vegan and live the animalfriendly lifestyle I sold it. But what to do next? It’s actually not as easy to find a cool vegan alternative. I then discovered Save the Duck. Alex bought a jacket earlier and was very happy with the quality!
You may ask yourself which material they use instead of feathers. It’s Plumtech! This is an innovative padding that allows the producers to imitate the softness of animal feather and keeping the advantages of thermal padding technology at the same time. Additionally it’s not only ultralight, but also breathable and thermal. It can’t get better, right? Well actually it can. Because on top the jackets looks really cool. The design is plain, timeless but also eye-catching. Apart from that Save the Duck committed themselves to improve the sustainability of their company by fully respecting animals, the environment and the people that live in it. This is a great philosophy in my opinion!
As I plan to wear this jacket frequently I have chosen a casual color in order to make it as easy as possible to match it with other clothes or combine it to nearly every outfit I could possibly wear.
WHAT I WEAR (100% VEGAN): Save the Duck jacket (I wear size XS), Funktionschnitt shirt (I wear size XS, fair produced, GOTS certified), trousers old by Zara, find similar one here, necklace by SeeMe (fair produced), shoes by Jeffrey Campbell