30 Days of Ethical Fashion – Braintree Hemp

For day 5 of 30 days of Ethical Fashion, I would like to share with you Braintree Hemp. Unfortunately the name of this brand doesn’t really do well to convey the stylishness of this ethical fashion brand which, as far as I can see is a little under the radar, but has some very desirable offerings none the less.

The company, which is one of the largest hemp clothing companies in the world started off in Australia in  1995 before setting up shop in Portobello Road and then Camden in London. The brand now also sells online and is introducing new eco and sustainable textiles to its range including Bamboo and Tencil.

The knits and bamboo/organic cotton jersey dresses and leggings are really comfy and warm for this freezing cold weather. They look really stylish and luxurious and nothing like something you might expect to be worn by a ‘hemp wearing hippy’! 

Ethical Superstore currently stock Braintree Hemp and have a great promotion where you get a £10 voucher when you spend £60 or more.

 Wool and Organic Cotton Cable Knitted Tunic Dress

Bamboo and Organic Cotton Ruched Wildflower Dress

Hemp and Rayon Ribbon Trim Shift Dress

Bamboo and Organic Cotton Daisy Print Dress 

Hemp and Organic Cotton Bow Berets

What do you think? would you wear hemp clothes?

You can check out the rest of my 30 days of ethical fashion series here.

Hope you are having a great start to the week.

With warmest wishes

Ceri X


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