Posts tagged ethical fashion collective
SUSTAINABLE SUMMER STYLE: SUKKHACITTA CLOTHING

It's the middle of August here and although Summer seems like a distant memory already, I wanted to share one last brand with you that I've been wearing this Summer.  I think you're going to love them.

Sukkhacitta is a beautiful hand-crafted clothing company making a huge difference in rural Indonesia and indeed, the world. It's focus is on empowering women who face massive economic and educational barriers by investing in their craft and giving them ownership and investment in their abilities. They are passionate about community impact and by investing in these women and their skills, the ripples of this are felt throughout the village they work in. Everyone benefits. 

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Ethical Fashion - 5 Tips to Update Your Wardrobe Using eBay

I have been on an eBay mission of late. This is me - I go through the motions with eBay. I'm all or nothing. On a roll or just can't be bothered. 

Lately though, it's go time. I've done some good post-baby clothes clearing out - anything that was feeling too frumpy, too worn out and clothes that I was actively avoiding got purged. This left room for a few items that I wanted to replace in a more thoughtful way. Good basics that would see me through this Winter to Spring transition without breaking the bank.

There are so many amazing professional sellers out there on eBay, and if you are a vintage clothing lover, you could whittle away a great many hours scouring all the vintage eBay shops for unique and rare finds. Trust me, I have. I adore the fact that I can secondhand shop at home in my jammies without having to root through the bowels of a musty charity shop (that sounds unfair - I still do love a good rummage in a charity shop but there is less time for that these days) and I am still able to keep my sense of style on a budget. 

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Ethical Fashion Top Tips - How I Shop

The seasons are changing.  Autumn has pretty much peaked and we are headed on a quick sharp slide into Winter.  It has me thinking about clothes - what I have, what I need, what I would love.  If, like me, the changing of the weather gives you a little nudge to buy some new threads,  I offer you this little insight into how my clothes shopping habits have changed in the last few years. Years ago I would have been a pretty compulsive fast fashion hound.  When I lived in London during my Uni days, a quick nip into Oxford Street (haha, quick and Oxford Street... words that are impossible to marry) to the flagship Topshop or the ginormous H&M would have been totally predictable.  I bought clothes so unconsciously, so flippantly that when I look back at pictures of those days, I can't even remember buying the things I am wearing in the photos.  They went in and out of my wardrobe so quickly and without much thought.

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