HOW TO CURATE YOUR FASHION STYLE

It’s been a little while since my last post on the blog but I’m back with a requested post on how to curate your fashion style or know what your style is. It took me a while to work this one out for myself, as it can be hard to see what your distinct fashion…

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RETAIL RECYCLE SCHEMES YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT

After reading about the brand new Ikea recycle scheme in a magazine, I realised that there are so many retail recycle schemes out there now that we perhaps don’t even know about. After looking into it, even some of my favourite brands offer recycling initiatives that I didn’t know about so I decided to do…

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SUSTAINABLE STOCKING FILLERS

I thought it would be good to do a post on sustainable stocking fillers for Christmas this year. I feel like stocking fillers are normally forgotten about and are often bought last minute to bulk out our gifts. This year I wanted to make sure I was shopping more sustainably and buying stocking fillers that…

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HOW TO BE SUSTAINABLE THIS CHRISTMAS

Christmas is my absolute favourite time of year. It’s a great chance for us to spend more time with loved ones and eat our weight in festive treats. I recently read an article about Christmas and how it can actually be quite unsustainable in some ways. For example, I read that on average, UK households…

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HOW TO CREATE A CAPSULE WARDROBE

With the lockdowns this year due to COVID, I’ve had more time to think about how I can become more sustainable and help to improve the environment with my fashion choices. It got me thinking about the once popular ‘capsule wardrobe’ and how I could alter this concept to my wardrobe to be more sustainable.The…

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HANDBAGS FOR HIRE: IS RENTING THE FUTURE?

The fashion industry has been making a conscious effort to become ‘greener’, as demand for sustainable fashion among consumers increases. One of the ways brands are implementing sustainability is by introducing rental schemes where consumers can rent goods rather than buying them. This reduces the amount of overconsumption in fashion and gives the opportunity for…

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THE SUSTAINABILITY SERIES: AN INTRODUCTION

The fashion industry is one of the worlds biggest polluters. The industry produces 10% of all carbon emissions, pollutes the oceans with micro-plastics and has a massive waste problem, due to the rise of fast-fashion and overconsumption. According to Maria McClay, the Head of Luxury Fashion at Google, there has been a rise in the…

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