I'm really excited to announce a new collaboration with MOCHNI.com, an online platform launched in October 2015 covering sustainable fashion, organic beauty and healthy food - everything you need for a more conscious lifestyle. My first post is a review of Kamea Chayne's Thrive, which was on the list of my top reads this autumn and has recently been doing the rounds of many conscious bloggers' Instagram feeds. Catch my review on MOCHNI.com or read the full version after the jump!
Tuesday, 18 October 2016
Saturday, 24 September 2016
Summer is officially over, but it's not all doom and gloom - now that the first leaves are starting to turn brown and there's a chill in the air, what perfect way to settle in to the new season than with a cup of hot chocolate/tea/coffee and a good book? Here are my top three must-reads for the coming months - a great way to wind down of an evening and get inspired by the latest in sustainable fashion and conscious living.
Saturday, 10 September 2016
|Image via Jolie Janine|
One of the best bits of working in retail is going to trade fairs and discovering what's coming up next - under the radar brands, new fashion trends and changing consumer behaviour, which all comes together to form a preview of what the fashion industry will look like in the future. So last Friday, I was very excited to be able to attend the newly revamped Bread & Butter - originally a trade show for buyers and industry professionals, but now transformed into a "trend show for everyone", complete with sneak peaks of upcoming collections and various interactive experiences.
Tuesday, 30 August 2016
I'm a firm believer that a tidy home leads to a tidy mind, and it seems I'm not alone, given the runaway success of Japanese de-cluttering guru Marie Kondo's guidebooks and the minimalistic Scandi aesthetic currently dominating my Pinterest feed. However, simply throwing out your unwanted possessions isn't the solution - chances are it'll just get end up in landfill. So what's the best way to de-clutter easily and ethically? Check out my top 5 tips below.
Thursday, 18 August 2016
Culottes have been on the fashion map ever since Victoria Beckham wore them to end her Spring/Summer '14 show back in New York in 2013, but it wasn't until this year that the trend really seemed to kick off, reflecting the current mood for relaxed tailoring and easy-going silhouettes. I wasn't keen initially, but inspired by street style and my classic white Vejas, I thought I'd give it a try the ethical fashion way - with an old pair of trousers and a spare 60 minutes! This is a really easy DIY to try at home that works to shorten any kind of trousers, plus you don't even need to use a sewing machine if you're a beginner.
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