Sustainable fashion Feed

I accidentally finished the six items or less challenge a few days early. For some reason I had in my head that it finished at the end of the month, so that's when I finished. But I've just remembered it didn't officially start until the 10th. Oops! I still had a few days to go. Anyway, taking into account that I started a few days early, I did four full weeks, without breaking the challenge. So I'm telling myself I succeeded, despite the accidental early finish. I loved it. I’d learnt so much by the end of the first week,... Read more →


I’ve made it through the first week of the Six items or less challenge. I started a few days early, so I’ve now been wearing the same six items of clothing for 10 days. I’ve loved it. I love not having to think about what to wear. I love the simplicity. I love not having to rummage through that huge pile of laundry that lives on our lounge looking for a particular top. I love ignoring my wardrobe that is full of clothes I don't even like. I’ve also learnt a few things. 1. It’s easy to be organised when... Read more →


eeek! I've just signed up for the six items or less challenge. I'm tired of having a wardrobe of clothes, but nothing to wear. I'm tired of being tempted by new clothing that I don't need. I'm hoping it will help me let go of clothes that I rarely (or never) wear. It officially starts this Monday 10th January. But I'm actually ready and started today. I'm looking forward to not having to think about what to wear. I wonder how many people will notice? How about you? Could you wear only six items of clothing for an entire month?... Read more →


I recently heard someone remark that when growing up they were ashamed and embarrassed by the fact that that they wore second-hand clothing. Wearing second-hand and handmade was a sign of poverty..something to be ashamed of. That surprised me. I’ve learned to love wearing second-hand. I like that I can count the times our household has broken the ethical clothing pledge in the past nine months on one hand. I like that our clothes have a history...a story. Like the outfit Little Eco wore to a party today. The ribbon was a gift from my sister’s opp-shop-sourced ribbon collection. The... Read more →