A familiar scene: You are going through your wardrobe, simultaneously surrounded by all your clothes and nothing to wear. Time for a clear out you think to yourself. Out comes the empty bags ready to be filled with clothes and plonked outside of a charity shop. You tell yourself that you’re doing a good thing.
Nestled neatly along Thornbury’s busy high street lies a peachy perfect treasure trove of vintage fashion. Yarn Yarns was founded by Katherine Cotton and Sophie Woolley, who just so happened to have the perfect last names to start a fashion business. Strangely enough, the girls discovered that Katherines great great great Grandfather had actually met
A couple of days ago I shared my 2 year journey away from fast fashion. But there is more to it than that. I also learnt how to shop ethically, make smart buying choices and make my clothes last. This is the sort of advice and know how I would have loved to read at the beginning of my journey, so I wanted to leave this information somewhere on the internet, in hopes that it may help some humans give up fast fashion and learn how to shop ethically. So here goes…and good luck.
It has been two years, in fact over two years since my journey with ethical fashion began. I’m not sure if I have really gone into this yet but originally my journey began with makeup, finding out about all the different ingredients and what cruelty-free and vegan logos really meant. My blog was going to
This is not an in-depth look into the world of Vegan Chocolate. And believe me, there is a whole world out there now. Last year I tried as many as I could muster in order to bring you a comprehensive list and if you have 18 minutes and a cup of tea you can watch
Behind the brand with Big Blue Cosmetica. Sustainable skincare, hand-made in Melbourne using local ingredients and compostable, reusable or recyclable packaging. Perfect products for your ethical life style.
Lazy Girl Lingerie is a lace covered lingerie & womenswear brand designed and made by Cassandra Pons on the Gold Coast of Australia. Cass is a one-woman army who custom sews each item to your size, runs the social media, the website, answers all the emails and ships the items safely to your door… Phew, when does the lazy part come in exactly?
We have discussed menstrual cups previously on the blog and youtube so today I am going to talk you through the rest of my ethical period products so that you have a better idea of what products might be suitable for you. This tackles reusable cotton pads from HannahPad and underpants from ModiBodi.
I recently ordered some items from Boody, and since they are an ethical company I wanted to let you know my thoughts.