They produce eco friendly t-shirts, that are not only made from sustainable materials, but also use eco-friendly inks and only use renewable energy to create their clothing. This means that not only are they helping to protect the environment through their smart choices of textiles and dyes, but they also prevent the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, as they do not use polluting energy sources. Although I’m all for carbon offsetting, this company go one better in using renewable energy in the first place – so they have little carbon to offset…. yay :)
Their t-shirts (currently their main clothing items) are all ‘designed by new up and coming, undiscovered creatives, giving you design work that cannot be found elsewhere’. Again, I love this as it means that not only are art and design students or newbies getting their prints and work out there, it means your clothes will be unique🙂
My personal favourite is the Owly t-shirt… so cute, and currently very on trend!
As well as clothing, they also have gifts, body care products and jewellery.
As well as their online boutique, they also have a shop in Farnham, Surrey, so you can pop in and see everything before you buy! It also means you can put a face to a name, and meet the lovely owners.
The company makes women’s and men’s wear, which means that the men in your life can take a look at Nomad’s great range, and take a step towards introducing ethical fashion into their lives too!
Just a quick post to say that I’m now on Bloglovin’, so you can follow me there🙂
I’ve just been browsing through the Fashion-conscience website, and I am in LOVE with the new Melissa/ Jean Paul Gautier heels.
Although I’m a bit dubious of ‘vegan’ shoes, Melissa shoes are made from recycled and recyclable plastics, so although the plastic they are made from isn’t eco friendly, at least it will be used and reused again and again.
There are so many gorgeous pairs of Melissa shoes that I wish I could afford, but I think I’m going to save up and buy some with my first pay cheque when I graduate. Here’s a few of my favourites!