Categories / Bags

Mociun reusable carrier bags from Baggu


Doing our bit for the environment in style by using our own carrier bags has never been easier.

This new range of reusable carrier bags from Baggu is designed by Caitlin Mociun. Inspired by the principles of the Bauhaus school, Mociun is known for producing environmentally friendly fabrics adorned with modernist patterns and has designed four custom prints for Baggu ('Blocks' & 'Symbols' pictured). These versatile, hard-wearing bags are not only pieces of art in their own right but an essential you'll never leave home without.

$12 each from the Baggu website.

Categories / Women's Fashion

Linen Sailor Dress from Dig For Victory

Sustainable retro fashion label Dig For Victory offer a selection of beautiful limited edition frocks, handmade in the UK with vintage and reclaimed fabrics. 

This Linen Sailor Dress is made using pinstriped Irish linen which was bought as "end of roll", meaning that there will only ever be 10 made. The red accents give the dress a subtle nautical twist and the linen will make it cool enough for even the most scorching of summer days. Eco-chic at it's absolute best.

The Linen Sailor Dress dress is made to measure for a perfect fit. £115 from the Dig For Victory Etsy store.

Categories / Homeware

Vintage rose panache deckchair from Furniture Divas

Vintage rose

With another bank holiday on the horizon, now is surely the perfect time to invest in another deckchair. This Vintage rose panache deckchair available from Furniture Divas offers up old-fashioned looks, alongside eco credentials.

As the name would suggest, the chair is decorated with a beautiful, vintage-style rose. This rose emblem has been printed onto 100% natural cotton canvas, using vegetable inks. Add to that the frame which is made from FSC wood and you've got the perfect place to spend your Bank Holiday weekend. 

The chair costs £125.

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