Dress – People Tree
Earrings – Lily Grace Orginals
Shoes – given to me by a friend who had never worn them
Here is what I wore for my Mother in Laws birthday party that we recently held at our house. I decided to opt for something fairly practical as I knew I was going to be quite busy sorting out food, clearing up and generally attempting to be the perfect host. But I also wanted to add a bit of interest so I wore my ‘Josephine Baker’ earrings by Lilygrace Originals. If you love sparkly and unusual statement jewellery, I would definitely check out this website, there are so many pieces of jewellery, probably top of my wish list is the Frida Kahlo earrings and Day of the Dead cuff.
Whilst I am on the subject of statement jewellery, I am really loving Tatty Devine jewellery at the moment. I was really pleased to have been able to add them to my website (style-is.co.uk) via Rock My Vintage. Despite their growing popularity worldwide, they remain committed to ‘UK manufacture’ making their jewellery in a workshop in East London.The only problem is the more I write about them/ look at them/ do stuff on the website, the more temptation is put in my way!
There seems to be so much going on at the moment with ethical and sustainable fashion at the moment (which is great), I thought that there were a few things I should share.
Fashion ComPassion are hosting a fantastic event next week and its open to everyone! It’s the first in a collaborative series of events to bring emerging creatives to London’s fashion & art scene. The evening will showcase unique Ethical and Socially Conscious Fashion, Art and Lifestyle with a chance to buy the limited edition products on show. These eclectic brands( Palestyle, Nawa, Numa, Lost City & Inaaya) will be combined with works of artists at the gallery. Enjoy complimentary cocktails courtesy of FAIR Spirits, music and a great crowd. Even if you don’t manage to make it along, I would definitely recommend checking out the Fashion ComPassion website for yet more amazing accessories.
For bloggers with an interest in sustainable fashion, I would also recommend checking out Ecoluxe London on 17th and 18th February.
Unfortunately I am missing LFW including Estethica, Pure and Ecoluxe this time round. But looking forward to reading all about it on my favourite blogs so please do let me know if you post about any of these.
Finally, I have set up a new Feel Good Fashion Directory on the blog, it doesn’t have much on it at the moment but I am gradually building it up. I have also started running a Feel Good Fashion Friday (#FGFF) Twitter party for anyone with an interest in ethical/ sustainable fashion. The next one is on 22nd February, you can find out more about it here.
That’s it for now. I hope that you are having a good week.
With warmest wishes