Shopping more thoughtfully

If you haven’t already seen it, we at Braintree Clothing, have our own mantra ‘Wear Me, Love Me, Mend Me, Pass Me On’. It is all about looking after your clothes, making them last for longer and ensuring that they never make it to landfill…

THTC Clothing – an ethical fashion company

THTC Clothing is the UK’s leading ethical streetwear company. Ash Bolar, THTC’s Head of Digital & Retail eCommerce tells their story from his angle.

A consumer’s choice

By Sam Hill There are days when I love to take my time and get dressed up, paying attention to every little detail. And then there are days where permanently living in my PJs seems to me to be the best idea ever. Most of the time I just throw on a t-shirt and jeans….

Consuming Fashion: The good, the bad and the ugly

By Emma Waight I have a love/hate relationship with fashion. On the one hand I love the vibrant colour of a kaleidoscopic digital print, the luxurious feel of thick velvet and the innate power of a little black dress. On the other hand, I hate the fact that new stock hits high street stores on…

Waste not, want not (part 2)

By Emma Hurrell Last week, with #ZeroWasteWeek ahead of us, I laid down the challenge for you to think about how you can cut down your household waste. Well #ZeroWasteWeek is upon us, so how’s that challenge going? If you’re not sure where to start, we’re very excited to say that we have partnered with…

Waste not, want not

Have you heard the mantra of reduce, reuse, recycle? It’s one I have constantly ringing in my ears. And it is in that order for a reason. Reduce first. Then think about reusing and as a third option recycle.

Switching to renewable energy

My demand has an inevitable impact on the earth. Everything I buy and use is driving a supply somewhere. Recently I’ve been thinking about this in relation to the energy and electricity I use.

Does race(ism) matter?

Race issues were something for victims of racism or politically correct people to worry about, not me.