Monthly Archives: October 2015

Slow Fashion October – Worn

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second-hand / mending / caring for things / laundering for longevity / design for longevity (bucking trends, quality materials …) / heirlooms Thinking about long term wear of clothes this week, which to be fair seems to be and under arching idea for the whole of the series… I do love a good hard wearing garment and get frustrated when… Read more »

Slow Fashion – Loved

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proudest accomplishment / most loved item / most frequently worn item / thing you saved up for / investment pieces / thing you worked a long time on / oldest thing that’s still in rotation A lovely set of prompts this week Karen suggested she might do one a day on Instagram but I think that I might try and… Read more »

Slow Fashion October – Small

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The Small Fashion theme seems to be focusing on small batch products, really knowing where your garments come from, but unfortunately I don’t know any local designers etc. I know my mother gets some of her clothing from a boutique in Totnes where the woman designs her own fabric, gets it made and then makes the clothes from that. They… Read more »

Slow Fashion October – You

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In true Pippa style I am a little late to the Slow Fashion Party… But I have been getting on with some things in line with the Ideals of Slow Fashion but now I’m going to knuckle down and put down in words my ideas about what slow fashion means to me.  So Slow Fashion October was created with the… Read more »

Here goes nothing…

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Having come back from ship and rejoiced in having my lovely comfortable bed back again, I then had to pack up my stuff again as I have moved. For the first time in about 5 years Nikki and I are officially living in different houses! I have moved to near Poole to help look after my grandparents. Thankfully Nikki was… Read more »