Rethink Your Wardrobe: Sustainable Fashion on a Budget

Just a couple of weeks ago it was Fashion Revolution Week, a week that marks the anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory disaster and encourages people to demand change within the fashion industry by asking brands #whomademyclothes. Throughout the week I posted on instagram my ethical outfits of the day (click here to see them). … Continue reading Rethink Your Wardrobe: Sustainable Fashion on a Budget

Plastic Free July: Grocery shopping

As we're over a week into Plastic Free July I thought I'd give a quick update on how it's going, with a focus on grocery shopping... One of my biggest plastic gripes is food packaging. Many a time I've gone grocery shopping and spent just as long putting the shopping away as putting the plastic … Continue reading Plastic Free July: Grocery shopping

Sustainable Summer Hair: Saya Designs

I seem to spend my life going round in a vicious hair-style circle. I grow it, then I get bored and chop it off, then I grow it again, then I fancy a change and chop it off... and round and round I go. This time my 'I want to grow my hair' need was … Continue reading Sustainable Summer Hair: Saya Designs

What’s occurring this Fashion Revolution week?

Next week marks the 5th anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory disaster that killed 1,138 people, it's also the start of Fashion Revolution week.Throughout the week I'll be posting a few blogs... I'll be asking brands #whomademyclothes to demand greater transparency in their supply chains. Check out my posts from last year to see what I … Continue reading What’s occurring this Fashion Revolution week?

MUD Jeans & RePack

I am always on the look out for an ethical and environmentally friendly brand, so when I stumbled across MUD Jeans I got a little excited. MUD Jeans are produced in fair factories from recycled, organic or BCI cotton using around 80% less water and producing around 70% less CO2 compared to other denim producers. … Continue reading MUD Jeans & RePack

Swedish Stockings

Swedish Stockings was one of the first clothing brands I discovered when I began researching how to 'consume consciously', and their tights are now a staple part of my weekend and work wardrobe. Each year two billion pairs of tights are produced, worn and then chucked away. I myself was guilty of this. Being quite … Continue reading Swedish Stockings