Over the past few years, British company ASOS has blown up and become one of the world’s most popular online fashion destinations. They sell over 850 different brands and also make their own range of affordable clothing and accessories. But how ethical is the Asos private range, and should you be looking elsewhere for your online shopping fix? Continue Reading
We all love a little luxury now and then! But when it comes to achieving your favourite runway looks, it can be difficult to find brands that meet your values. We know you still want to look fabulous, and you’re absolutely entitled to it. So if you want to feel at ease with the purchases you make, take a look at these ethical alternatives to luxury brand items you may be coveting.
Like most eager resolution-makers, I rarely succeed in keeping any of my lofty goals past January. I did not manage to “Write a Novel” or “Refresh my German Skills” last year, and I still haven’t set foot inside a gym since 2012 despite my vow to “Exercise Three Times a Week.”
Instead of continuing this embarrassingly futile tradition, I’ve decided to change the way I approach resolutions. I want my goals for 2017 to be attainable and sustainable for the environment – and my wallet.
In December 2016 we ran a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds to take the to North America. We want to help empower millions of people to make a difference every time they shop. We reached our goal, raising over $22,000 AUD. The campaign is now In Demand, so you can still support us and buy ethical fashion with free international shipping!
I love it when I discover a brand that’s creating stunning ethical fashion. It’s something special, however, when you realise they’re also making life better for women. Raven + Lily is a fashion label dedicated to empowering
For some of us, the idea of turning up to every 5-star event in the same gown and that one pair of trusty heels is just not on. But neither is a wardrobe overflowing with barely worn formal wear or a maxed out credit card from buying clothes we can’t afford… what to do?
It’s time to look at the rental market! Renting a dress is a cost-effective, socially conscious way to make fashion’s high-end trends and couture accessible.
Spring has finally sprung and we’re excited to start dusting off our favourite lighter pieces for the warmer seasons. But while the sun is shining longer and our favourite flowers are coming into bloom, it’s easy to get caught out by those lingering winter chills.
Shopping ethically without depleting your bank account isn’t always easy, especially when you have a penchant for style. The good news is we’re here to help make your conscious shopping journey much easier!