Stylish and Sustainable.

For some, clothing is for comfort and practicality while for others it can be a creative statement. Either way, it's possible to be ethical and sustainable with your fashion choices.

Having worked in fashion and with a history of chronic cluttering and overspending in the wardrobe department I still enjoy fashion. Since embarking on this conscious journey I've struggled with letting go of this past habit and although I no longer define myself by my style I still enjoy sourcing sustainable and ethical items from time to time. While I've put together some resources that have inspired me as well as a list of a few ethical and sustainable brands, I still recommend thrifting and vintage shopping first and foremost. 

If you'd like to read more about my journey from compulsive shopper to a sustainable minimalist click below.




Matt & Nat


ASOS Eco Edit


Beyond Skin

People Tree

Nudie Jeans

Luva Huva





“Fast fashion isn't free. Someone, somewhere is paying”

— Lucy Siegle

“There is no beauty in the finest cloth if it makes hunger and unhappiness"

— Mahatma Gandhi

“Buy less, choose well, make it last.”

— Vivienne Westwood