Eco . Ethical . Sustainable

The Eco Page is dedicated to helping you learn more about your impact, and how to reduce it. Below are some recent blog posts you might enjoy.

Clothing and accessories

It’s always best to try and purchase second-hand clothing, either from family/friends, online or charity shops/thrift stores. BUT if you are in desperate need of some new threads, these amazing companies produce great ethical and sustainable clothing options. To visit their websites, click on their photo.


A vegan clothing company striving to change the worlds view on plant-based living through ethically made clothing. All clothing comes from a W.R.A.P Gold certified facility, meaning:

  • Absolutely no sweatshops or child labour is used
  • Safe, lawful, humane, and ethical manufacturing techniques
  • Solar powered sewing and cutting floor
  • 7x less water used than the average clothing manufacturer
  • Plastic-free packaging

Every purchase made also helps Vegan Outfitters the ability to donate to amazing UK sanctuaries that are dedicated to rescuing farm animals from abuse and slaughter.


Big wild thought are all about wildlife conservation. Their clothing and accessories feature an embroidered animal design of your choice. Each animal represents a charity, which receives 10% of each and every sale!

They also:

  • Have packaging made from recycled cardboard and acid-free tissue paper. ALL RECYCLABLE!
  • Are now helping over 5 different animal charities, not only in the UK but WORLDWIDE.
  •  In every order they  include information from them and the chosen charity to help inform their customers about animal conservation and some fun facts too!


Hara the label, produce naturally dyed bamboo intimates and loungewear, having their whole supply chain in Melbourne Australia.  All products are naturally dyed using turmeric, indigo and madder root.

By manufacturing themselves and owning our supply chain they are able to reduce shipping miles which helps alleviate their dependence on fossil fuels, reduce air pollution and cut back on greenhouse gas emissions.

They have also teamed up with Environmental Justice Foundation to support their environmental projects, especially surrounding pesticides and chemicals in the production of cotton.

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