Slow Fashion with New Dress Code

There is nothing quite like exploring the English countryside for it’s amazing rural escapes, which are alluring with dramatic dales, patchwork hills, winding country roads and ancient woodlands. I was lucky to spend last weekend in the most beautiful setting and celebrate the wedding of two of my best friends. We took one day to explore a little bit of the surrounding and everything was so beautiful.

I took a very limited amount of clothes and made the most of my favourite loafers and a very complemented handbag – both from the New Dress Code


New Dress Code is nailing slow fashion in a way that all e-commerces should do. On their website you can explore ethical, sustainable and slow fashion brands, and discover versatile, contemporary designs in the best materials available that are perfectly fresh and utterly chic. This gorgeous loafers I’m wearing are handmade by artisans in Spain and extremely comfortable, not to mention so elegant.

Slow Fashion is a movement that is steadily gaining momentum and is likely here to stay. Today’s mainstream fashion industry relies on globalised mass production where garments are transformed from the design stage to the retail floor in only a few weeks. New Dress Code brings us an incredible selections of pieces made by emerging designers who take their time and choose to focus on conscious design, utilise eco-friendly materials and employ fair production standards. You can read more about Slow Fashion in this excellent post on their website! CLICK HERE

One of the enjoyment of owning a fashion piece from NEW DRESS CODE comes from knowing the talent behind it.

The dream bag by Marii Aneett

MARII ANEETT, creates thoughtful, well-designed, and long-lasting bags by using the highest quality leather and natural fabrics, such as linen, hemp, and wool. MARRI won’t use leather on her creations anymore and have a new collection made of Piñatex coming soon! All the items are designed in Barcelona and made-to-order in Poland where qualified, local artisans supervise the whole process. The result is contemporary, versatile bags characterised by clean lines, functionality, and attention to detail, all while maintaining an ethical production and fair working conditions – “respect for the people we work with, it’s just as important to us as the things we make.”


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