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Posts on anything to do with fashion from outfits of the day to more thoughtful pieces on ethical and sustainable fashion

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…

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…

Summer Capsule Wardrobe Updates

In traditional capsule wardrobe terms, the start of July means it’s time to switch over to your summer capsule wardrobe. However, I’m no longer following the strict four season capsule wardrobe method. This year I’ve adopted a more flexible approach. Here in Scotland, the weather doesn’t change much between spring and summer. So there isn’t […] Read more…

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