6 Items That Make Everyone's Wardrobe Simply Better
By now most of us have build awareness of what fashion consumption does to the planet. And, that we take part when buying.
We decide, if we want to pay a fair wage to the person making our beloved wardrobe staple. We also decide, if water is wasted, chemicals are released, or excessive waste is produced.
Not everything we own, needs to have an ethical stamp. But now it is easy to build a wardrobe with depth and range. Great basics, great statement pieces, can all come from ethical suppliers.
The 6 pieces here are such pieces. Buying these is making the right decision. Usually, when one person makes the right decision, another will follow.
The Microwaste washing bag. A small one-of investment that makes a difference to the oceans, that we swim in.
Ancient Greek Sandals. A great investment in a long-lasting statement piece. It is easy to wear and looks always hot. But also, you'll be supporting Greek artisans, and mindful manufacturing. The sandals are hand-crafted in Athens using traditional techniques. The natural tan leather is chemical free.
Invisible lines thong and top by Organic Basics. The masters of mindfulness extended their range to meet our daily needs. Made of recycled nylon.
Odour killing socks by Organic Basics. These socks are made of organic cotton and silver thread. The silver thread is also sustainably sourced. Silver kills bacteria, and therefor, odour.
Macrame Bag by Maison Bengal. Women in Bangladesh get fair pay making these Jute bags. A project that arose from the Rana Plaza catastrophe.
V&A Poppy Print Jumpsuit by People Tree. Everything that People Tree makes is sustainable & fair produced. This jumpsuit features a print from the V&A archive and is made of organic cotton.