People Tree has released their collection for AW14! These are my favourite pieces from the collection, as well as my favourite SS14 pieces that are now on sale!


 People Tree Lana Jumper

Lana Jumper for £60.00GBP.
Available in black, pink or grey. I was initially drawn to the black, but on second thoughts, I’m loving the bright pink to add colour to an otherwise monochromatic winter wardrobe.
Ethical credentials: Fairtrade cotton, made by a World Fair Trade Organization

 People Tree Lily Chambray Shirt

Lily Chambray Shirt for £75.00GBP.
It’s impossible to go wrong with a chambray shirt. A few seasons ago, I kicked myself when one I was eyeing off from L’Herbe Rouge sold out before I had the change to buy it. I’m not going to make the same mistake again!! I’m so excited to see another Fair Trade one.
Ethical credentials: Made by a World Fair Trade Organization


Tiny leaf ring in silver £12.00GBP
I love the imperfections in this dainty silver ring.
Ethical credentials: Made by a World Fair Trade Organization


People Tree SS14 dresses

1. Sandra Galaxy Dress for £34.00GBP (on sale from £68.00GBP) / 2. Cara Autumn Floral Dress for £51.00GBP (on sale from £85.00GBP) / 3. Orla Kiely Collar Dress in Pink for £68.00GBP (on sale from £85.00GBP).

Sale is my favourite four letter word and People Tree’s current sale is a seriously good one. There are so many fabulous dresses to choose from. And if you’re in the northern hemisphere, many of them will transition well with tights, boots and a cardigan or blazer (see, for example, exhibit 1 and 2, above). I want to buy exhibit 1, to solve my current office-wear crisis (after only 6 months of full time work in an office, I’m sick of ironing). The pattern in 2 is so beautiful. And 3 has a vintage vibe (and darling Peter Pan collar) that I’m digging, particularly for a wedding or afternoon tea.

Which are your favourites from AW14?

On other topics, I’m so looking forward to this weekend! I’ve had friends here the past two weekends, which has been brilliant, but between that and working, starting a major project at work on top of my usual job, and working on my graduate diploma of legal practice every night… I’m feeling like I need some time to recharge! Tomorrow Tom and I are going to the farmer’s market on the way out of Canberra to check in on the little Morris Minor ute that I’m beginning to restore. We are having food and wine at a friend’s place tomorrow evening. And Sunday will be some much needed alone/reading/face mask time. :) What have you got planned?

Yours Fairly,



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