autumn

I’ve got some fairtrade fashion picks for you today because I’ve been in window-shopping mode lately, dreaming of some lovely ethical additions to my wardrobe!

It’s been a little while since I did an ethical fashion post, and I guess for good reason!  Clothes shopping hasn’t been the closest thing to my mind, not least because of my ever-expanding waistline!  This pregnancy has been very different from my first, from very different food cravings/aversions to differing energy levels (non-existent this time around!), to how quickly my bump has grown.  I started to show very quickly this time around, and I feel so bumpy compared to my first pregnancy.  I’ve even recently been asked (twice!) if I’m sure I’m not pregnant with twins, which is always a delight.

I had been squeezing into non-maternity clothes for as long as possible, but now that I’m down to a few maternity-friendly wardrobe staples I have been window shopping about the kind of things I would like to be wearing this autumn!  Now if only these fairtrade fashion picks came in maternity versions…!

Wendy’s Fairtrade Fashion Picks for Autumn

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I’m in love with this Seasalt* corduroy dress (£75)!   Isn’t it the most perfect autumnal print, and looks so cosy!

I’m a fan of layering t-shirts under cardigans come the autumntime, and this dove print t-shirt (£30) from People Tree* would do the job just perfectly!

For casual weekends this rust-coloured Nomads top* (£29.95) would be perfect paired with some jeans.

This Komodo jumper* (£31.45) would be such a nice fairtrade fashion piece for work.

I still haven’t tried out these Nomads skinny jeans* (£39.95) (and it’s going to be a while yet before I can!) but they look so lovely!

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Another beautiful autumnal dress (£59.95) from Seasalt*.  Seasalt is definitely on to something good with all the autumn prints this season!

I love a good pair of casual trousers, like these ones from People Tree* (£48), for lazy weekends and days at work when I don’t have any meetings.

This Braintree Clothing dress* (£59.90) might just be the dress of my dreams. Stripes?  Check!   Three-quarter length sleeves?  Check!  Peter pan collar?  Check!  Pockets?  Check!

How cosy does this Komodo jumper* (£47.50) look?  I would live in this all autumn and winter, with some skinny jeans or some leggings.

This Braintree Clothing skirt* (£49.90) is pretty much perfect!  Sadly so perfect it’s only left in limited sizes.  The dress* of the same print is available in a wider selection of sizes if you’re smitten too!

Do also check out my guide to women’s ethical clothing brands for more inspiration.  What are your fairtrade fashion picks for autumn?   

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