I decided to do the #babygirl pose.
Rocking my Handbag & Shoe from @hazelonlinestore.
One good thing about this bag, you can rock it as a clutch or a mini bag just how I’m rocking it now..
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•Dài 85cm •Ngang 40cm
Color : PINK,MINT
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Rattan only grows in between other trees in diverse forests throughout Africa, Asia and Australasia, meaning it helps to sustain forests throughout the world.
It’s properly sustainable for several reasons: it’s renewable, has low impact production, is recyclable and can even help prevent deforestation.
Renewable resource: Rattan regrows in just 5-7 years so is a genuine renewable resource. Rattan poles are similar to bamboo, though are stronger apparently since they have a solid core.
Low impact production: Manufacturing rattan furniture is pretty low-tech, meaning it doesn’t require chemicals and energy. Sure it is grown in far away places, but it’s light weight makes for lower-carbon shipping.
Recyclable: Though it’s pretty hard-wearing, rattan and cane furniture can be recycled once you’re done with it. Since it’s a natural material, it will eventually biodegrade.