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5 Ethical Little Black Dresses For Any Occasion

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True sustainable fashion rejects fleeting trends in favour of timeless pieces – and what could be more timeless than the LBD (Little Black Dress)? Dress it up or down, for work or play, the LBD has been a wardrobe staple ever since Coco Chanel first showed a range of plain black dresses in 1926.  So in celebration of a the style that never gets old, here are our top five ethical LBDs for any occasion.

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How to Create the Ultimate Summer Capsule Wardrobe

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For many of us, the simple (or not-so-simple) act of getting dressed in the morning has become a daunting task, particularly when faced with an overstuffed wardrobe and too many options! With the new year upon us, now is the perfect time to make a resolution that you can actually keep by not only cutting down the number of clothes you purchase but also the amount you wear by creating your very own capsule wardrobe! Read More

How Ethical is American Eagle?

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American Eagle is a go-to destination for affordable and on-trend jeans and casual wear with 949 stores worldwide. While they’ve publically committed to cleaning up their supply chain, are American Eagle all talk? We take a look at how they rate in terms of their environmental impact, labor rights and their stance on animal welfare. Read More

10 Last-Minute Ethical & Sustainable Gifts We Know He’ll Love!

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Let’s face it – it’s hard enough to buy for men as it is, let alone figuring out a gift that is kind to the environment, workers and animals. So if you’re still on the hunt, you can stop stressing! We’ve found the perfect last-minute presents that don’t compromise on style or ethics. Plus, you can avoid the chaotic shopping malls altogether! Read More

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How Ethical is Urban Outfitters?

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American fashion chain Urban Outfitters have made a name for themselves with their on-trend and affordable clothing aimed at young adults. Affectionately referring to their customer base as ‘metropolitan hipsters’, they pull consumers in with their carefully curated, Insta-worthy image. But are their ethics as shiny as their brand persona? Read More