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- So here’s something I probably should share more often: the sterling silver I purchase for my designs comes from A & E Metals, which doesn’t sound like a big deal until I tell you that they only use 100% recycled silver and copper in their alloys! This means every single piece of sterling silver (an alloy of fine silver and copper) I buy from them is recycled from things like old jewellery and camera parts 💍📷 Sure, I could most likely source cheaper supplies but I choose to be a loyal customer to them because of their commitment to having the most minimal impact on our beautiful earth as possible. I also choose to support this company because almost every product is manufactured in house (in Australia) which helps me to support my local community and our economy! This has a flow on effect, because when I design my jewellery I generally stick to creating bespoke pieces. That is for a couple of reasons: for one, I severely dislike the ‘fast fashion’ trend that has become the global norm - I want to design individual and thoughtfully made pieces that are works of art and not just a throwaway seasonal item, and two, I want to create in the most earth friendly and sustainable way I possibly can. This means that when my customers purchase from me, they are continuing that beautiful flow of supporting a local artisan and the local economy, and helping the world one stunning necklace at a time! 🌏💙 I even decided in the making process to use borax mixed with water as my flux, and a simple mixture of salt and brown vinegar as my pickle instead of going the traditional route of using harsh acids and chemicals. Yes, it takes a bit longer to achieve the same result but my flux lasts forever and if it dries up I can just add more water, and my used pickle solution can be poured into the garden as an herbicide for my plants! It shouldn’t even be viewed as an added benefit - because it should be standard practice - but it also means my wonderful customers are not unknowingly wearing items covered in toxins 👍🏼
- So here’s something I probably should share more often: the sterling silver I purchase for my designs comes from A & E Metals, which doesn’t sound like a big deal until I tell you that they only use 100% recycled silver and copper in their alloys! This means every single piece of sterling silver (an alloy of fine silver and copper) I buy from them is recycled from things like old jewellery and camera parts 💍📷 Sure, I could most likely source cheaper supplies but I choose to be a loyal customer to them because of their commitment to having the most minimal impact on our beautiful earth as possible. I also choose to support this company because almost every product is manufactured in house (in Australia) which helps me to support my local community and our economy! This has a flow on effect, because when I design my jewellery I generally stick to creating bespoke pieces. That is for a couple of reasons: for one, I severely dislike the ‘fast fashion’ trend that has become the global norm - I want to design individual and thoughtfully made pieces that are works of art and not just a throwaway seasonal item, and two, I want to create in the most earth friendly and sustainable way I possibly can. This means that when my customers purchase from me, they are continuing that beautiful flow of supporting a local artisan and the local economy, and helping the world one stunning necklace at a time! 🌏💙 I even decided in the making process to use borax mixed with water as my flux, and a simple mixture of salt and brown vinegar as my pickle instead of going the traditional route of using harsh acids and chemicals. Yes, it takes a bit longer to achieve the same result but my flux lasts forever and if it dries up I can just add more water, and my used pickle solution can be poured into the garden as an herbicide for my plants! It shouldn’t even be viewed as an added benefit - because it should be standard practice - but it also means my wonderful customers are not unknowingly wearing items covered in toxins 👍🏼
- So here’s something I probably should share more often: the sterling silver I purchase for my designs comes from A & E Metals, which doesn’t sound like a big deal until I tell you that they only use 100% recycled silver and copper in their alloys! This means every single piece of sterling silver (an alloy of fine silver and copper) I buy from them is recycled from things like old jewellery and camera parts 💍📷 Sure, I could most likely source cheaper supplies but I choose to be a loyal customer to them because of their commitment to having the most minimal impact on our beautiful earth as possible. I also choose to support this company because almost every product is manufactured in house (in Australia) which helps me to support my local community and our economy! This has a flow on effect, because when I design my jewellery I generally stick to creating bespoke pieces. That is for a couple of reasons: for one, I severely dislike the ‘fast fashion’ trend that has become the global norm - I want to design individual and thoughtfully made pieces that are works of art and not just a throwaway seasonal item, and two, I want to create in the most earth friendly and sustainable way I possibly can. This means that when my customers purchase from me, they are continuing that beautiful flow of supporting a local artisan and the local economy, and helping the world one stunning necklace at a time! 🌏💙 I even decided in the making process to use borax mixed with water as my flux, and a simple mixture of salt and brown vinegar as my pickle instead of going the traditional route of using harsh acids and chemicals. Yes, it takes a bit longer to achieve the same result but my flux lasts forever and if it dries up I can just add more water, and my used pickle solution can be poured into the garden as an herbicide for my plants! It shouldn’t even be viewed as an added benefit - because it should be standard practice - but it also means my wonderful customers are not unknowingly wearing items covered in toxins 👍🏼
- Oil and water don’t mix. Neither should business and unethical practices. Neither should fashion and exploitation. #9plus1uk #oilandwater #exploitation #ethicalfashion #sustainablefashion #fairtradefashion #fairfashion #ecofashion #greenfashion #slowfashion #slowfashionmovement #ethicalbusiness #fairtrade #respect #ukbusiness #sustainablebusiness #ethicalbrand #mummyandbaby #mumlife #mummylife #motherlife #motherhood #pregnancy #baby #circulareconomy #sharingeconomy #mummyblogger #mumblogger #familylife #photographic
- Oil and water don’t mix. Neither should business and unethical practices. Neither should fashion and exploitation. #9plus1uk #oilandwater #exploitation #ethicalfashion #sustainablefashion #fairtradefashion #fairfashion #ecofashion #greenfashion #slowfashion #slowfashionmovement #ethicalbusiness #fairtrade #respect #ukbusiness #sustainablebusiness #ethicalbrand #mummyandbaby #mumlife #mummylife #motherlife #motherhood #pregnancy #baby #circulareconomy #sharingeconomy #mummyblogger #mumblogger #familylife #photographic
- Nosso bom dia desse sábado é com a cropped black da Cycleland. A Cycle, formada pela designer de moda Naly Cabral e o designer gráfico Rafael Afonso, nasceu como uma reflexão sobre o lifestyle urbano e a mobilidade. É uma marca jovem que promove a interação entre o estilo de vida contemporâneo e a expressão individual. Endossamos o uso da bicicleta no cotidiano por que acreditamos que ela materializa conceitos fundamentais como a independência, a consciência ecológica e o bem estar. {link para compra na bio} #eth #ethco #etheco #modaslow #modaética #ethicalfashion #slowfashion
- Nosso bom dia desse sábado é com a cropped black da Cycleland. A Cycle, formada pela designer de moda Naly Cabral e o designer gráfico Rafael Afonso, nasceu como uma reflexão sobre o lifestyle urbano e a mobilidade. É uma marca jovem que promove a interação entre o estilo de vida contemporâneo e a expressão individual. Endossamos o uso da bicicleta no cotidiano por que acreditamos que ela materializa conceitos fundamentais como a independência, a consciência ecológica e o bem estar. {link para compra na bio} #eth #ethco #etheco #modaslow #moda ética #ethicalfashion #slowfashion
- Nosso bom dia desse sábado é com a cropped black da Cycleland. A Cycle, formada pela designer de moda Naly Cabral e o designer gráfico Rafael Afonso, nasceu como uma reflexão sobre o lifestyle urbano e a mobilidade. É uma marca jovem que promove a interação entre o estilo de vida contemporâneo e a expressão individual. Endossamos o uso da bicicleta no cotidiano por que acreditamos que ela materializa conceitos fundamentais como a independência, a consciência ecológica e o bem estar. {link para compra na bio} #eth #ethco #etheco #modaslow #modaética #ethicalfashion #slowfashion

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