Conscious Christmas Gifts For Everyone

Like it or not presents are a huge part of Christmas so why not make a positive choice when they are looking for the perfect gift for your loved ones? Here’s a straight forward gift guide for the whole family, full of amazing, ethical and sustainable products that I love and would make the perfect Christmas gift! Contains affiliate links FOR HER one Made – Teardrop Bangle…

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Eco Friendly Erasable Notebook – Greenstory

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7 Ethical Fashion Documentaries to Watch

THE TRUE COST Filmed in countries all over the world, from the brightest runways to the darkest slums, and featuring interviews with the world’s leading influencers including Stella McCartney, Livia Firth and Vandana Shiva, The True Cost is an unprecedented project that invites us on an eye opening journey around the world and into the lives of the many people and places behind our clothes.…

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Who Cares – Dagny

Dagny started from a seemingly simple quest to find a stylish, yet sustainably-made dress. Founder and creative director, Christina Castle, searched for a dress that was as fashionable as it was sustainable, and came up empty-handed. Existing sustainable brands only offered styles that were either too skimpy or too frumpy, too boring or too expensive – a feeling that I too often come across. Christina founded Dagny for women who, want to dress responsibly but without compromising their unique style,…

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6 Ethical and Sustainable Swimwear Brands

With summer in mind, I’ve listed my favourite ethical and eco-conscious swimwear brands of 2018. From bikinis made of old fishnets, to extremely versatile pieces and body positivity, here are the swimwear brands you need to know about now… WEAR YOUR WASTE Wear Your Waste bikinis are built to last for many years to maximise their life before recycling. They use the highest quality swimwear fabrics. WYW…

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LittleLeaf – Organic Cotton for Babies

We all take pleasure in the natural world around us, but going organic isn’t all about tree hugging or sandal wearing. Buying organic is actually a sensible choice for many reasons… Not only is it proven to be kinder to a child’s skin, especially if they are prone to allergies, but is a long-lasting fabric that feels beautifully soft on the skin. When you choose to buy…

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