Last week you may have seen our blog post featuring some of our favourite winter fashion pieces for women (if not you can take a look here!) This week we want to focus on our men’s fashion range because we think we have a really great selection this year, perfect for any ethical winter wardrobe.
You can take a look at all of our men’s clothing here, but for now take a look at some key pieces from Patagonia and Thought below.
Patagonia Dark Ash Isthmus Jacket – £169.95
Patagonia Carbon Green Better Sweater – £79.95
Patagonia Mojave Khaki Migration Plaid Fjord Flannel Shirt – £74.95
Patagonia Glass Blue ‘Can’t Eat Money’ Responsibili-Tee – £29.95
Patagonia Dark Ruby Live Simply Responsibili-Tee – £29.95
Patagonia Gravel Heath Eat Local Upstream Cotton T-Shirt – £29.95
Thought Devan Shirt – £49.90 (available in Rust & Sky Blue)
Thought Sky Blue Louis Grandpa Shirt – £49.90
Thought Domon Shirt – £49.90
Thought Thistle Shirt – £49.90
Thought Edvard Jumper – £69.90 (available in Rust & Navy)
Thought Ivan Jacket –
Thought Karl Stripe Tee – £49.90
Thought Charcoal Marcus Jeans – £59.90
Have you had the chance to browse our gorgeous winter fashion pieces yet? If not then surely you’ll have seen our collections in our new Christmas catalogue! No? Well here are some of our favourite pieces from the range (let’s be honest, the whole range is full of our favourite items, but here’s a select few.)
Whether you need a new winter coat, a Christmas party dress or some luxuriously cosy pyjamas, you’ll find what you need in our Women’s Fashion section.
Knitted Poncho – Moss – £62.95
Fitted Velvet Teardrop Coat – Pewter – £199.95
Organic Cotton Long Sleeve Top – Moss – £34.95
Popper Front Cord Pinafore – Pewter – £54.95
Embroidered Velvet Coat – Petrol – £249.95
Jeanette Top – Kingfisher – £49.90
Clement Slacks – £49.90
Hepworth Dress – £59.90
Matisse Dress – £69.90
People Tree Nightwear – £19.95 – £47.95
Carrying on with our ‘Our Fashion’ series of blog posts, today I’m going to talk about Hemp. The word ‘hemp’ conjures up images of so called ‘hippies’ from the 60s and 70s, wearing mis-matched clothing, not focussing on the fashion aspect of clothing and rather the practical, earth-friendly elements. Of course there is absolutely nothing wrong with this outlook, but there are those of us who do care deeply about how stylish our clothes are as well as how environmentally friendly they are. Continue reading Our Fabrics – Hemp
It can be difficult to find stylish, vegan friendly and ethically made accessories, sometimes you just can’t have it all. That’s where Votch comes in! These gorgeous faux leather watches from London based brand Votch prove that you don’t have to compromise your ethics for fashion. Continue reading Introducing Votch
The clothing we choose to sell is always either ethically made or made with eco-friendly, ethically sourced materials. We strive to support the sustainable fashion industry by offering you the choice of real, ethical alternatives to fast fashion. In this post I’d like to talk more about bamboo being used to make clothes, and look at why it can be a much better option for you as well as the environment. Continue reading Our Fabrics – Bamboo
See some of our top ethical fashion picks for this season. Our ethically made and sustainable clothing is created to high quality and ethical standards, designed to last through the seasons. Continue reading Summer Fashion Inspiration
The fashion industry is the world’s second most polluting industry, with the textile industry using more water than any other industry apart from agriculture. Cotton has been called the world’s dirtiest crop due to its heavy use of insecticides (almost 16% of all insecticides produced globally) and water, along with high greenhouse gas emissions and land use. Continue reading Our Fabrics – Organic Cotton
When it comes to fashion for vegans the rules are quite simple – no leather, no wool, no silk, no fur – and there are plenty of options to choose from as many pieces are made from cotton or polyester, and you can get faux leather or faux fur. Stereotypically vegan shoes are ‘ugly’ and unsuitable for the fashion conscious – is this why people shun them so much?
I can absolutely say with 100% confidence that not all vegan shoes are ugly, you can see from the images in this post just how pretty vegan shoes can be! Continue reading Vegan Shoes
“Build the best product, do no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis.” This is Patagonia’s mission statement, and explains pretty well what they are all about. Continue reading Find out more about Patagonia clothing
What do you think when things are labelled as ‘certified organic’ – do you know what it means? What has to be done in order for something to become ‘certified organic’? The main places we’re likely to see it today is food, beauty and wellbeing products, along with fashion items. Continue reading Organic, What Does It Mean?