20 Simple Ways You Can Practice Self-Love
Discover 20 simple ways you can practice self-love and show yourself some appreciation today.Read more
How to reframe your resolutions for more success
Here's a new way to reframe those new year's resolutions that just don't seem to stick, no matter how hard you try.Read more
3 reasons why choosing sustainable fashion is worth it
Sustainable fashion is often thought of as "too expensive" or unattainable. This blog explores the benefits of choosing to buy from sustainable clothing brands and why it's worth the investment - for you, people and the earth.Read more
Is beauty in the eye of the beholder?
Does the saying "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" contribute to negative body image? This blog explores its meaning, the influence of society and the process of unlearning.Read more
The real price of fashion: Who really pays for your clothing?
Have you ever paused to consider who pays really pays the price for the clothes you wear?Looking beyond the price tag, there are many supply chain factors that influence the cost of clothing. This blog looks at the real cost of fast and slow fashion. Is it really worth it?
Nude intimates for all – the impact of finally being seen
There is something beautiful about being seen. For someone to recognise you for who you are, as you are. Everyone deserves to be seen, to be represented in some meaningful way. What is the impact of being seen in such a way? Read this blog to find out.Read more
Sustainable and ethical fashion: What does it really mean?
Why should we care about sustainable and ethical fashion? This blog explores the meaning of the words "sustainable" and "ethical" in the context of fashion production and how we as consumers can make the shift from fast fashion to slow fashion.Read more
Embracing natural beauty: the external limits to “love the skin you’re in”
To embrace, means to accept something willingly and enthusiastically. Many beauty brands invite us as women to love the skin we're in. But how can we accept our skin colour if we can’t find any products in our shade? How can we accept our body shape if we can’t find clothing that fits?