A blog post highlighting my goal to try to be more conscious with my fashion choices, with the aim of transitioning to buying almost exclusively second hand, vintage or ethical and sustainable clothing.
A review of Window of the World in Shenzhen, China. Window of the World provides a snapshot of the globe through miniature replicas of cultural landmarks.
A guide to buying second hand and vintage fashion both online and in brick and mortar shops.
I’ve been wanting to do a series for a while now where I recreate outfits inspired by my favourite musicians (as well as my favourite films, TV shows, etc.) but I’ve always hesitated. What’s the line between inspiration and just completely recreating an outfit? Not that there is anything wrong with recreating your favourite outfitsContinue reading “Fashion inspired by musicians: Dodie”
I’ve been a big fan of Lucy and Yak for a while now and I have actually talked about their dungarees that I got discounted on their Depop in a previous blog post (any samples/ items with a slight fault go on their Depop; it’s definitely a great place for some bargains). In fact, afterContinue reading “Ethical clothing: Lucy and Yak review”
I love, love, love Dumbo (and Bambi for that matter) but Dumbo has always had the power to make me more emotional. The film though does have its flaws – i.e the racist undertones (which aren’t subtle enough to be undertones really) of the crows. It’s Dumbo’s story though that I think resonates with aContinue reading “My thoughts on the new Irregular Choice x Dumbo and Bambi collection”
Ever since I first laid eyes on Sunshine by Hester’s berets I knew I had to have some. For those who aren’t as obsessed with berets as I am Sunshine by Hester is a company run by fashion designer Hester Sunshine and is a hand-made US based fantastical fashion line. Her designs are bold, colourfulContinue reading “Sunshine by Hester beret haul (Halloween and Drag Race inspired berets!)”
A guide to some great vegetarian/ vegan options in Amsterdam.
Fairly, recently, ok at the end of August (the 27th to be precise) Martin and I attended the St Albans Vegan Fair, which was the first ever vegan fair in St Albans. For those who don’t know St Albans is about twenty minutes on the train from London, and as there are so many greatContinue reading “My experience at St Albans Vegan Fair”
I’ve been on the hunt for a cruelty free perfume that doesn’t break the bank for a while now. After, starting to look more closely at what I consumed beauty wise; I realised that my perfume was one thing I hadn’t thought about in terms of being cruelty free. This may seem frivolous to someContinue reading “Vegan cruelty free Eden perfume review”