When I hear the term “ethical” or “sustainable clothing”, I think of hemp or something incredibly expensive, but it turns out that dressing ethically is more affordable and fashionable than you might assume! When Nomads Clothing*, a Cornish brand (wooooo!), reached out for bloggers to try their Autumn/Winter collection, I jumped at the chance to update my post-pregnancy wardrobe whilst also knowing exactly where my clothes come from!
Despite being made from organic fabric and, in some cases, hand-printed, making some items one of a kind, the clothes are surprisingly affordable. I tried a pair of skinny jeans* (brave with the mum belly – hello, control pants!) and they fit amazingly well. They’re super soft and stretchy; whereas a lot of other skinny jeans I have worn tend to be quite restricting, I can more freely in these – great for spending a whole day entertaining Jenson! We took him to the park to demonstrate.
OK, so Jenson is still a bit little for the park, so I swung and slid for the both of us, but we’ll be spending loads of time there once the winter is over as it’s literally right behind our house!
My typical autumn wardrobe consists of jeans, quirky tee, chunky cardy and warm boots, so I teamed Nomads’ skinny jeans with my new Dorothy Perkins cardigan, my epic blogging t-shirt from ASOS and my new boots from Lou’s Shoes in Penzance. The Nomads scarf* I selected is so beautiful, with the ability to jazz up a simple day outfit whilst also adding a layer of warmth in the evening. Great job, guys!
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