An Eco-Friendly Clothing Haul - Charity Shops and Depop

An Eco-Friendly Clothing Haul – Charity Shops and Depop

This year, I have been trying not to make any unnecessary purchases, including clothes. I’ve also been trying to use up and clear out what I already have before buying any more. This has been going fairly successfully, however, the other day I gave in to the temptation to buy clothes. I was finding myself …

How To Refresh Your Wardrobe The Cheap and Sustainable Way

How To Refresh Your Wardrobe The Cheap and Sustainable Way

Is your wardrobe overflowing with clothes that you don’t wear anymore? It may be time to have a good clear-out and refresh your wardrobe! The fashion industry has a bad rep at the moment, especially fast fashion which often involves child labour, poor working conditions, unethical practices, pollution and strain on the environment in order …

Eco-Friendly Gift Guide for Christmas 2020

The Ultimate Eco-Friendly Gift Guide for Christmas 2020

Welcome to my eco-friendly gift guide for Christmas 2020! It may seem a little early to be posting a gift guide as it is still only October. However, this is a strange and uncertain year, and nobody really knows how things are going to pan out over the next couple of months. There is a …

Reducing Microfibre Pollution with the Guppyfriend Washing Bag

Reducing Microfibre Pollution with the Guppyfriend Washing Bag

I am always on the lookout for ways to live a more sustainable lifestyle, and I recently came across the Guppyfriend Washing Bag. This is a bag designed to catch microfibres that are released when we wash our clothes. What are microfibres? Microfibres are small strands of plastic that are released from the synthetic materials …

What to do with those little ribbons you cut out of your clothes

What To Do With Those Little Ribbons You Cut Off Your Clothes

You know the ribbons I’m talking about. The ones that are sewn inside the shoulders of your tops, cardigans and jumpers, and in the waistband of skirts. They are meant to help your clothes stay on the hanger, and take the weight of the garment to save the fabric from stretching. But I’d be interested …