people tree cord dress

Sharing my ethical fashion lust list, including pieces from ethical brands such as People Tree.

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Hello!  I’m just dropping in today to share with you some ethical clothing pieces I am currently coveting for the cooler months ahead.

People Tree’s Autumn Collection

First off, People Tree’s new autumn collection* is so good right now.  I had an advance peek at the full range and it’s all so beautiful – think cord, fruit prints, and flower prints in earthy colours.   I’m wearing a People Tree navy cord dress in the picture above that I adore.  I don’t know if you can see it in the photo, but it has the best pockets – perfect for collecting conkers in!  Because all clothing should be judged on their conker collecting potential, no?

This dress isn’t quite available on People Tree’s website just yet but will be very shortly along with heaps of other beauties.  And right now, to celebrate their 26th birthday, People Tree are having an amazing one day only flash sale.  Here you can get 26% off all of their full-priced AND sale items *excluding their V&A range).  You’ve got to be quick though – it’s only on today (Saturday 26th August 2017)!

There are lots of great stylish ethical deals on People Tree’s site, but I love these two pieces in particularly:

people tree apple tee

This striped apple tee* is so lovely.

people tree shirt dress

And this Allegra Shirt Dress* looks perfect for autumn.  I am coveting this one so bad!

The Other Ethical Pieces I’m Coveting

Moving away from People Tree, I’m also coveting some pieces from other ethical clothing brands.  I’m not a pink kind of lady, but this Finisterre* jumper is a thing of beauty.

Finisterre jumper

And finally, this Nomads dress is the stuff of my dreams.  Really.

nomads dress

I do like a bit of ethical window shopping!  I’ve got more autumnal ethical clothing inspiration this way.  In the meantime, see you tomorrow for Ten Things – yes, it’s back!


PS: in case you’re wondering about my stripy top that I’m wearing under my People Tree dress.  Well, it’s my old maternity top (see exhibit a and exhibit b) that still I wear to bits.  I swear I will wear this top until it disintegrates because it is just so comfortable, and pretty useful when you eat a particularly large meal! ;)

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