1. to put right (a wrong).
2. to correct or adjust (esp in the phrase redress the balance).
1. the act or an instance of setting right a wrong.
2. compensation, amends, or reparation for a wrong, injury, etc.
3. relief from poverty or want.
A quick Style Redress today; I’ve always loved trying to recreate ethical versions of the outfits fashion bloggers put together. It’s even better when I don’t have to try very hard because I’ve already seen pieces that fit the bill.
Julia Engel of Gal Meets Glam is one of my favourite sources for fashion inspiration and when she published this outfit post yesterday I was reminded of these pieces:
Gingham Pocket Dress by People Tree for £75.00GBP (1) and Pandanus Courtney Clutch from hearts.com for $19.00USD (2)
Ethical credentials: Handwoven with transparency in a fair trade arrangement in Indonesia (2) and in Bangladesh by a World Fair Trade Organization (1)
A slightly smaller gingham print, but I prefer the subtlety of it. Also, I LOVE the pockets! What do you think?