Nobody’s Child Review

Two of the main reasons people don’t buy more sustainable clothes are that they’re more expensive and just not as cool as mainstream fashion.  But London-based Nobody’s Child defies those rules.  Prices are what you’d expect to pay at Zara: dresses are typically £35 – £45.  And some serious bargains are available right now onContinue reading “Nobody’s Child Review”

Putting on a brave face – and a preloved skirt

Today’s rewear is a preloved Levi’s denim skirt. Teamed with this season’s must-have accessory, the brave face. The brave face is in response to more bad Covid-19 news, just in time for Christmas. I got this skirt from Oxfam’s website. It’s now possible to filter by size, brand and garment condition, making it a muchContinue reading “Putting on a brave face – and a preloved skirt”

New old trainers

Today’s rewear is a pair of Veja trainers.   (Thank you, Depop.) One of the most memorable Netflix episodes this year was in ‘The Last Dance’.  Basketball player – no, idol – Michael Jordan signed a deal with Nike to endorse a new shoe.  At the time Nike was a tiny brand compared to adidas, butContinue reading “New old trainers”

Family heirloom rewear

Yesterday’s rewear included a new (to me) Anthropologie dress – another Depop bargain. Anthropologie is a brand I like very much but is expensive, so preloved is definitely the way to go. The belt I’m wearing is significant because it originally belonged to my great-grandmother. My great-grandfather was a coal miner, so I assume sheContinue reading “Family heirloom rewear”

Three (almost totally) painless ways to make your wardrobe more sustainable

A couple of years ago I told a friend who’s an environmental consultant that I felt guilty about much I was flying.   I lived in Barcelona but was in London for work often, so I was flying loads.  I was amazed when she told me that two other things I was doing were even worseContinue reading “Three (almost totally) painless ways to make your wardrobe more sustainable”