What To Wear

Forgotten Tribes

Forgotten Tribes is an independent British fashion brand based in London. We have been wearing their trousers for quite a few years now and they are one of our favourite brands.

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Max's Sandwich Shop Classic T-shirt

Max’s Sandwich Shop Classic T-shirt

I LOVE MERCH! and I LOVE SUSTAINABILE MERCH EVEN MORE! When I decided to leave fast fashion behind, I was disappointed I wouldn’t be able to buy MERCH that supports independent businesses… then I found out my favourite t-shirt by @lunchluncheon is produced by @fifthcolumntshirts (ethically sourced, sustainable & Vegan inks) I added that bad boy to my Christmas List and here she is! With a bit of a nod to “Saved by the bell” in the design by @forcescreative As seen in @guardian today… all the cool kids are wearing them!

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To Die For: Is Fashion Wearing out the World?

To Die For: Is Fashion Wearing out the World? – Lucy Siegle

Written in 2011 by Lucy Siegle, a British Journalist and ethical living columnist for The Observer. To Die For was nominated for the Orwell Prize in 2012. Lucy is one of the filmmakers on The True Cost Movie. I haven’t read this book yet but it is on my reading list. I will update this article when I have finished reading the book. Buy new from Waterstones Buy used from AbeBooks

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Zen Koan Chakras

Zen Koan

This new exciting range of comfy t-shirts, sweatshirts and prints from Zen Koan is inspired.

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The Emperor’s Old Clothes

The Emperor’s Old Clothes are a living wage employer which means every member of their team is paid the living wage or higher. The transparency of their clothes production is outlined clearly on thier website.

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Larsson & Jennings

Larsson & Jennings are a watch & accessories brand that is 100% vegan and cruelty-free and put sustainability first. Bringing together influences from Stockholm & London.

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