What To Wear

What to wear to the beach in 2021

Sustainable beachwear The weather is improving and we’re allowed to travel to the beach… now’s the time to buy your swimwear if that 2 year old bikini/swimwear just isn’t up to scratch. Of course, if you already have swimwear that fits, is suitable and in good condition, we’d always say wear what you already have, it’s environmentally friendly! However, it might not fit, or may have lost it’s elastic… so where do you buy sustainable beachwear? We’ve searched high and low and have found it pretty difficult to find truly sustainable beachwear. We have found a nice selection though from

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What to wear to a summer wedding in 2021

The rule book for weddings is being torn up! With weddings pretty much canceled in 2020 and beyond, we anticipate a much more relaxed approach to wedding planning and the “dress code”. With summer approaching and hopefully some wedding invites popping through the letterbox, we thought it’s time to look for that special outfit that you can wear again and again. It’ll need to be versatile, easily accessorised, and most importantly; sustainable! The beach wedding

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what to wear to the pub - summer dresses

What to wear to the first trip back to the pub? Spring Dresses

With pub gardens back open and the sun shining (sometimes), we wanted to highlight out top 5 sustainable dresses that you’ll be able to wear again and again. Slow fashion is all about not buying so many items and making sure the items you buy are items that will last. 1) thought 2) Lucy & Yak 3) thought 4) people tree 5) People Tree

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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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