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Finding kinder ways to live and dress • Founder • Clothes Swap Co-Founder
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Elly 🌿 Take It Up Wear It Out 16h
Lost Stock did suggest that customers should customise or upcycle garments that weren’t quite what they wanted, I hope this is what they meant
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Besma | Curiously Conscious 13h
Replying to @Takeitupwearit
This is bloody brilliant Elly!
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Besma | Curiously Conscious 16h
Does your food fund deforestation?🔥 I’m supporting ’s campaign and petition on my IG today, find out more here:
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Besma | Curiously Conscious Sep 27
Replying to @RonMcQuade
This man is taking cycling to the next level 🙌
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Besma | Curiously Conscious Sep 26
Replying to @naazrashid
This was my issue the whole time - not enough going to garment workers, and more waste being created too. I wrote this in my own review a while back: Shame it didn't come through in this interview.
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The Guardian Sep 26
‘It’s not what was promised’: shoppers divided on mystery fashion boxes
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Besma | Curiously Conscious Sep 26
Great to air some concerns around on today!
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orsola de castro Sep 26
Of course they did! They all do. It’s us citizens that are kept in the dark. Wake up world! This is the fashion supply chain. Abuses happen everywhere unless we make transparency and disclosure mandatory and demand clothes that are MADE IN DIGNITY.
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Besma | Curiously Conscious Sep 26
Replying to @tolmeia
This. And even in this space, make room for others. I was recently invited to take part in something with BBC where they wanted me to talk about landfill waste - yeah no. I’m not an expert. Never been to a landfill site. Passed the mic to someone more fitting 🎤
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Besma | Curiously Conscious Sep 26
Replying to @Fash_Rev
CC'ing , because they definitely need to drop a few places on the next Fashion Transparency Index... 👀
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Besma | Curiously Conscious Sep 26
Replying to @BesmaCC
If anyone wants a nosey, here's the links... Supplier compliance: Supplier list:
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Besma | Curiously Conscious Sep 26
Replying to @BesmaCC
And here's a quick reminder of just SOME of the issues they revealed when I looked through them last year:
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Besma | Curiously Conscious Sep 26
Hey , how can you be the 'world's most transparent' brand this year despite taking down your supplier list and supplier compliance tables? Fortunately, has them saved 😉
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Besma | Curiously Conscious Sep 26
AD | To round up , here's my review of a refurbished phone from and five more recycling ideas! ♻️
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The Sustainable Stylist London Sep 25
FRIDAY STYLE STORIES // Catch up with my interview series and read all about ’s style evolution +learn some fun facts about her! Read more >>
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Besma | Curiously Conscious Sep 25
Is this really the result? I need to read up on the report...
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Besma | Curiously Conscious Sep 25
Would you rent your clothes? Here's a review of four different fashion rental platforms, with differing prices, styles, and ratings...
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Besma | Curiously Conscious Sep 24
Here’s more info - seems to be a few organisations:
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Besma | Curiously Conscious Sep 24
Replying to @SAPlastic2018
Wish they’d change the design of it, it’s too similar to ♻️
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Sisters Against Plastic Sep 23
THIS DOES NOT MEAN THE ITEM IS RECYCLABLE! It means the manufacturer has contributed to the cost of recovery & recycling of waste You will find it on both recyclable and un-recyclable materials
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