We love to stumble upon another clothing label that is doing classic and long-lasting clothing with all things ethical on their minds. Adelaide-based label B Goods Label is ticking those boxes in all their well cut glory.
Two style posts within the week! (Sorry if they’re not your thing, but hey, we all have to get dressed in the morning right?) There’s something in the water within the world of sustainable clothing, with more ethical options than ever. One we’re a little excited about this week is the launch on Wednesday of The Gray Girls, for their carefully curated lot of vintage threads. While we love ourselves a wardrobe kitted out with basics, a hearty
We love sleep. A lot. We know we’re very much not alone on that matter. And, the fact is, a solid night’s rest is just so darn good for us – whether it be for our heart, stress levels, or simply to allow our body and mind to replenish. It goes without saying really, that sleeping in a natural environment and in natural clothing, minus chemical dyes and fabrics, is one very important factor in getting a good
We each of us get up and get dressed in the morning. And just as we decide whether to be conscious of what we eat, what we use in our gardens, what we put on our skin – being more socially and health conscious of what we put on our bodies is increasingly thrown in the mix. As our approach to clothing slowly becomes more aware, locally and ethically focussed brands are thriving, and Vege Threads is among
Sometimes we need a dash of ethically-produced, bright, colourful and happy clothing in our wardrobes. Even better when it comes in the form of so perfectly mismatched patterns. In its second year, Yevu is a clothing line made ethically by local seamstresses in Ghana, and of local fabrics. Having spent 12 months living and working in Accra, the capital city of Ghana, the name and greeting ‘yevu’ – meaning ‘white woman’ followed Anna Robertson, director of Yevu,