3 Sustainable Fashion Podcasts you need to hear

3 Sustainable Fashion Podcasts You Need to Hear

Podcasts have become my new favourite thing (late to the party I know). I’ve listened to them on and off for a while now but recently I’ve found myself choosing a podcast over music. My favourite type of podcast is the more educational ones. Turns out I really enjoy this way of learning. One of […] Read more…

Transitioning to Cruelty-Free Beauty

It’s been a while since I’ve spoken about beauty on here. To be honest there isn’t any real reason other than I’ve been more focused on fashion and slow living. I first spoke about wanting to transition to cruelty-free beauty a last year. So I thought it was time to check in with how I’m […] Read more…

Tencel

Sustainable Materials: Tencel

For me ethical fashion isn’t just about paying the people you made your clothes fairly (although that is very important) it’s also about caring for the environment. A big part of reducing the environmental impact of your clothes is thinking about what they are made from. I’ve found myself looking for natural materials for my clothing […] Read more…

Wearing Recycled tyres

Wearing Old Tyres

Recycling tyres isn’t anything new to me. Before blogging and my current career in higher education, I used to be an outdoor play specialist. This involved running outdoor play sessions and supporting schools and nurseries to develop their outdoor play provision. One of the things I always suggested was to introduce loose parts play. Loose […] Read more…

Outfit of the day from vacation to Cape Verde

Cape Verde Style Diary

In case you hadn’t already heard. I’ve just come back from a week of sun, sea and cocktails in Cape Verde. To be perfectly honest with you, we didn’t do much on our trip. It was more a case of fully embracing slow living and relaxing by the pool. After starting full-time work again, alongside running […] Read more…

People Tree V&A Collection

One of my favourite ethical fashion brands People Tree has collaborated with the Victoria and Albert Museum to create 2 mini capsule collections Tulip and Seed. The People Tree V&A collection is based on dress fabrics produced by the Calico Printers Association, Manchester in the 1930s. The collection takes inspiration from the 1930s referencing the […] Read more…

Welcome to The Sustainable Edit

I’m equal parts nervous and excited writing this post. I don’t think I’ve felt like this about a blog post since I hit publish on my very first post back in 2014. But I guess I better just get on with it and introduce you to The Sustainable Edit. I’ve been considering a name change […] Read more…

Meet The Maker: Jewelled Buddha

For the last interview in my mini meet the maker interview series I’m talking to Harjit from ethical accessory brand Jewelled Buddha. I hope you’ve enjoyed all the interviews this week whilst I’ve been away. I’m back from vacation on Monday so be prepared for lots of vacation content including everything I took with me. […] Read more…

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