|Power of my People|
A Canadian Sustainable Fashion Brand
Read about them here.
I've also been thinking about shopping, and as you also may know I tried a shopping ban beginning in January that has really made me evaluate what I buy (or want to buy) and why.
It's been a great exercise and I've come to one conclusion: buying sustainable fashion is the only way forward for those us who want to feel good, even great, in our clothes.
I think I already knew this? I've been shopping Brora for years and they never let me down. They source their fabrics responsibly and they manufacture their clothes the same way. I've even been to the Brora mill in Hawick, Scotland to witness that first hand. You can see that post here.
|BRORA: love this dress.|
I think I met some of those ladies at the mill!
I've been wanting to write a post featuring what is basically a DaniBP List of sustainable fashion brands, clothes that we can feel good about, that aren't too young for us (or too matronly for that matter), clothes that are both current yet classic at the same time.
So here it is:
Power of my People
Dale of Norway
|Dale of Norway|
|Saint James of France|
|Everlane micro-rib tank, thanks for the tip SunnyDay!|
My postings might be erratic for a time but I'll do my best.
Love to you,