Tuesday Treats – Ethical Knitwear

Yesterday it was so cold I had to give in and put the heating on. I usually try and last as long as possible by layering as many knits as I can. Mr Style Eyes likes to have a good laugh at me wrapped up in my scruffy old Grandad cardigan and has suggested perhaps I ought to get something a little more stylish. So here are just a few of the most stylish pieces of ethical knitwear that I have spotted recently that also look like they would keep me extra toasty warm.

Fair trade ethical cardigan

 Fair Trade Shaggy Cardigan Coat by Gringo

 Pixel Fairtrade Wool Stripe Dress by Komodo

ethical bamboo draped front sweater

Bamboo Cashmere Silk Drape Front Sweater by Viridis Luxe


Fair Trade Multi Coloured Grandad Style Cardigan By  Natural Collection

Rekindle Jumper by Seasalt

Monsoon Vanilla Soft Lambswool Blended Knitted Jumper at Oxfam

People Tree also have some amazing Fair Trade knitwear like this pretty flower cardigan with up to 40% off knitwear until midnight Friday.

What do you think? do you like any of these ethical knitwear pieces?

Tommorrow I will be announcing the winners of my ethical outfit competition – I have some very tough decisions choosing the winners.

With warmest wishes

Ceri X

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8 thoughts on “Tuesday Treats – Ethical Knitwear

  1. I love people tree, it’s fab. Sorry I’ve not replied to the ethical fashion rounds up; it all looks fab I just haven’t got around to replying yet!

    • I hadn’t really thought about practicalities but I imagine the temptation for children to rub their sticky, cake encrusted fingers in it could be too much!

  2. I love the variety here, something for everyone. I love each of them in their own way and for very different reasons. The first one, however, I’m not sure if I’m brave enough to wear as it would attract some attention.
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