Christmas can be expensive, filled with tack, consumerism and generally bad for the environment. But before I start to sound like the Christmas Grinch, it doesn’t have to be. Isn’t being with family and friends more important than all of the buying, spending and stuff we don’t need? But of course tradition and good manners state that we should give gifts and who am I to argue! When you are buying your Christmas gifts this year, why not make them stylish, sustainable and affordable. Here are just a few ideas I have come across recently…
Fashion Conscience also have an amazing 20% off when you enter code TWENTY at checkout until November 27th. They have so many amazing fashion accessories on the site but I think one of my favourites is this vegan tote bag by Nica.
This 1950’s inspired leather bow belt by ethical brand Lowie is the perfect finishing touch to a vintage dress. Lowie use azo free, benzadine free and chrome 6 free leather. Use code RMV8 for 8% off.
Tatty Devine have some fantastic pieces on Rock My Vintage. Tatty Devine jewellery is handmade in the UK. All three shown above cost under £30. You can get 8% off the Tatty Devine Collection at Rock My Vintage with code RMV8.
These hand knitted socks by People Tree are a lovely combination of warmth and style.
This beautiful wolf t shirt by Rapanui comes with a free pair of bamboo socks at Ethical Superstore!
This Green People shampoo comes highly recommended by Kate Moss. They currently have 25% off hair care plus you can get £5 off when you spend £25 with code A179442993. Green People products are free of chemical nasties. They also have some lovely Christmas gift packs.
You can also check out style is… for a great selection of fashion accessories.
Where will you be shopping for Christmas gifts this year?
With warmest wishes
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