Firstly, thanks so much to all the readers who completed my recent reader survey. I’m so grateful for your response because it helps me bring you more of what you find useful, helpful and entertaining. That said, 100% of you said you wanted to see more outfit posts. Soooo here you go!
Mirrogram ‘One, enough to make a difference’ T-shirt available online (prices vary by design – Made with transparency; Otherwise certified (WRAP, Ethical Clothing Australia); Made in Australia – depending on the style of T-shirt you choose) / Cue full skirt available in select stores or similar online (from $179.00AUD – Made in Australia) / FC Select Angelica Vegan Suede Court Shoes available online (on sale for £25.00GBP – Made with transparency in a fair trade arrangement)
This tee is incredibly soft. I also love that you can choose your choice of cut when you order it – so you can find your perfect fit. The founder Andrew has recently launched a crowd funding venture to fund the next stage of his business and I encourage you to check it out.
For those who missed my last post, Mirrogram shirts are printed at The Print Bar in Brisbane, which uses 100% renewable energy on site. They also use environmentally friendly, water soluble inks which aren’t nasty to the soil. Moreover, with every Mirrogram purchase, customers can allocate $3.00AUD of the cost to one of four development projects of their choice.
In the interest of full disclosure, I changed into flats shortly after this post was taken since I still most definitely cannot put any weight through my ankle in heels! Hence why I am standing on one leg and hanging onto this rail for dear life. But I will be wearing this outfit with heels as I recover (and with a blazer, since the temperature is dropping fast).
The slogan – which reads enough to make a difference – reads differently in the mirror to make people stop and reflect about where their clothes come from: one. I strongly believe that each one of us has the capacity and the power to make a difference. Are you with me?