Every December for the past 20 years and after months of careful analysis and consideration, Pantone comes up with a colour representing the upcoming year. The company considers design, fashion and trends as well as “how colors can embody our collective experience and reflect what is taking place in our global culture at a moment in time,” according to Pantone. Read More
The party is over. A new year has begun, and for many of is it’s back to the old work routine.
Whether you are teaching 5-year-olds to read or doing business deals late into the night, you should feel empowered to do it without shelving your ethical and sartorial values. Here are 8 ethical brands for work that will keep you looking sophisticated and comfortable for when commitment calls! Read More
2018 was an exciting year for Good On You: we launched in Europe and rated more brands than ever before, thanks to your recommendations. So, to wrap up the year, we’ve compiled a list of YOUR favourite ethical brands of 2018! Read on to discover who you’ve been searching for!
Deck the halls, ethical fashionistas, the festive season is here. That means Christmas parties, family gatherings, holidays and New Year’s Eve. It also marks the beginning of the biggest shopping month of the year – did you know that last year the UK spent £50billion in the lead up to Christmas? Read More
The last few years a wave of change has been sweeping through the fashion industry, powered by real truths about its implications on the planet, people and animals. An increasing number of brands are rejecting the principles of Fast Fashion, as a more sustainable approach to making clothes comes to the fore. The Slow Fashion movement has arrived. So what is Slow Fashion?
Whether spring has sprung where you are, or the autumn leaves are falling, it’s that time of year again when the weather can swing wildly from one day to another (and sometimes between morning and afternoon). Having a few trans-seasonal pieces in your wardrobe will help you respond to the elements while staying stylish and ethical. Here are some of our favourites. Read More
Yellow is having a moment. In the two years since Beyonce lit up our screens in Lemonade, the sunshine shade has taken over millenial pink as the hottest colour. But you don’t need to turn to fast fashion to get the look. Here are some of our favourite ethical brands rocking the colour that’s been dubbed Gen Z Yellow.
For many of us, abiding by an ethical code is a lifestyle. At Good On You, we believe you shouldn’t have to leave ethical practices behind when you go to work. That’s why we’ve come up with five simple things you can do to take your ethical attitude into the office from – ethical workwear to your morning ride in.
Fairtrade coffee and chocolate is a common sight in supermarkets these days — but what about Fairtrade clothing? There are a heap of really great brands that also proudly carry the Fairtrade certification. Read on to discover some of our favourite Australian and New Zealand labels who are doing a world of good for garment workers and the environment.
A great set of basics are at the heart of every wardrobe. But not all basics are created equally. Unfortunately, the rise of fast fashion has meant that many clothes are now not only made from poor quality materials, but their ever-decreasing cost also has negative consequences for those who make our clothes. Read More
Kmart is one of the most popular discount department stores in Australia. While there’s no denying Kmart is a quick and convenient go-to for clothing, we have to ask ourselves if affordability and availability trump ethical considerations. As ethical consumers, we have the right to know how a brand treats the earth and its inhabitants before we decide on our purchases. So, how does Kmart rate? Read More