[pinterest] When I first came across ModCloth, I really loved the concept of this online retailer. ModCloth stocks and promotes indie designers, giving customers access to a greater range of interesting and unique styles, and an alternative to the fast fashion copy-cat pieces that we see in many of the popular fashion chains. A great concept that I really wanted to support, but the problem for me was that they didn’t
[pinterest] A while back I wrote about my search for ethical and eco-friendly jewellery and the guilt that I feel about my engagement and wedding rings, which were bought before I made the decision to shop sustainably and ethically. For those of you who haven’t yet purchased your engagement ring, I am happy to say that you don’t need to break your ethical considerations in order to have a beautiful diamond ring.
[pinterest] Today is Blog Action Day 2103, the day when members of the Human Friendly Fashion Bloggers network come together online to start a conversation about fashion and human rights. Human rights in fashion is important to me because I firmly believe that no person should suffer human rights abuses in order for me to wear beautiful clothing. Unfortunately the great majority of clothing in our stores is made in