"Consider where and how clothes have been made. It is becoming easier to source organic
or at least fair trade fabrics, and designers are more aware that the provenance of their
garments is as important as their appearance.
We will always be influenced by the price of
new clothes, but it is more important to be aware of their value - not because of a
designer label, but because of how the garment has been made and what it has been made from.
Probably the best advice I can offer is to be aware of what you are buying:
Be aware of social justice
Buy good quality clothing for a fair price
Buy one good piece for every 10 cheap pieces you might have bought in the past, and
look after it.
As part of this new regime spend time on finding clothes that will last, that are of good quality and cut, and that will suit your lifestyle."Here I would like to add, make your lifestyle suit your clothes, to reduce 'cost per wear' wear your clothes often and buy what you will love for, well, forever.
Beautifully worn by Violet Dent
I estimate that I have worn my Cactus print Louisa dress at least twice a week
Rearange your clothes.
Whilst we strive to reduce our carbon footprint, slowly but surely we are making progress.
And this dress, although expensive, was sewn in small quantities in
We await with anticipation our new collection for Autumn, which