Ethical Sale Edit; The Top Picks

So the main issue with organic or fair trade and ethically sourced fashion that I hear is that it costs too much and is unaffordable. However, our clothes last a lot longer than that on the high street because its better quality. As Vivienne Westward said

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Now is the ideal time if your purse is squeezed to buy some ethical items that will last longer and be a bit different from the same old things everyone can get on the high street. There are so many things in our clearance sections and of such good quality cotton, tencel, soya, Merino wool and other natural or recycled fabrics that let your skin breath and are not made with pesticides that damage the environment.

Here are my personal favourite picks from our sale.

 

Komodo Nada Soya Knit Top Was £65.00 Now £42.00
Komodo Nada Soya Knit Top
Was £65.00 Now £42.00

This top is a beautiful colour and goes well with jeans or maxi skirt and makes accessories worn with it stand out. If you have an white beaded things they will stand out really well with it.

Mudd & Water - Here I am Dress Was £65.00 Now£42.00
Mudd & Water – Here I am Dress
Was £65.00 Now£42.00

This dress has pockets and would look great with flip flops (like Gandy’s available here http://www.airrclothing.co.uk/Shoes/) or sandals in summer. You can sling a jumper on over the top and dress it up for work or make it casual to go to the party or the pub at the weekend.

EKO Bex Tube Maxi Skirt Was £62.00 Now£47.00
EKO Bex Tube Maxi Skirt
Was £62.00 Now£47.00

This is the kind of skirt that keeps going and is excellent value. It is thicker fabric than the average maxi skirt and I have worn mine now for 2 seasons without it looking like it has any wear really. Its a great option if your not sure what the weather is doing and a solid wardrobe staple (it also looks great with the soya knit Komodo top above).

The sale is also great for getting wardrobe staples tops that take you through seasons and that you wear underneath things all year round. Our EKO range is great for those things http://www.airrclothing.co.uk/EKO/ as well as the Emu Merino vests and tops http://www.airrclothing.co.uk/EmuApparel/ I live in them all year round because they are a temperature regulator- keeping me warm in winter and cool in summer; another great transitional piece as well. We only have a few of these left in stock and won’t have anymore so when they are gone they are gone.

These things are mostly 50% off but some are up to 70% and that is amazing value for money and value for everybody involved in their making as well.

 

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