I recently came across a British womenswear brand called Wrap London. The brand has been around for years, are based just down the road from me and share my love for well-made clothing, made with natural materials.
I very rarely feature fast fashion brands as I think there’s a better way to do things but when I discovered Mango’s Committed Collection I wanted to show my support. Fast fashion brands are not going to be able to change their ways overnight but testing the waters with sustainable collections is a good start.
A couple of months ago I discovered a new British brand, Justine Tabak. She works with small local manufacturers and uses mostly British made fabrics.
COS recently released a very special collection to celebrate their tenth year, 10 – a limited collection of ten pieces for women, men and children. The pattern-cutters and designers worked together to create each item with minimum waste.
Trying out the trend for wearing dresses over jeans, in my favourite Marina London silk dress and a new pair of ME+EM wide leg jeans.
Slipping into spring with a pleated green skirt, the first green item in my wardrobe for years but not the last.
Finally, I’ve got hold of a pair of these amazing earrings from The Finery. I’ve worn them just once and have already been complimented on them many times. If you’re a fan (ha, ha), you better get over to their site quickly as I think they’re going to disappear again fast.
I’m constantly on a mission to find great essentials, given all this chilly weather I’ve been in search of the perfect winter wardrobe essentials, building blocks that I can mix match throughout the season and beyond.
I’m always in jeans, white trainers and a shirt; it’s my uniform on days when I don’t have time to think.