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  • Wardrobe Story: Wear It Your Way (Sandy)

    For members of the LGBTQIA+ community, what we wear or how we choose to present ourselves can be our only way of self-expression, depending of course on our living and working situation. Some may wear a kind of uniform for most of our working lives so breaking out of that stale uniform into our preferred clothing, or armour as I like to say, can be our only way of feeling confident, empowered and gorgeous.
  • Wardrobe Story: Dhanya

    The wonderful Dhanya (of @slowfashiondiariesofmrsd) talks us through her relationship to clothes and how she went from being addicted to fast fashi...
  • Wardrobe Story: Jack

    For our third wardrobe story this series we interviewed Jack - a model who looks like he could be Super Hans' best friend and who has some wonderfu...
  • Wardrobe Stories: Emma

    Emma, the lovely designer behind Haus Dahlia uses her clothes as form of escapism, a way of expressing herself, and tells us how and why they can b...
  • Wardrobe Stories: Myrtó

    Written by Myrtó    02:00 Now it’s starting to hurt. Mom doesn’t think much of it, as I would often bother her at night. She wears the navy blue, ...
  • How To Tell Your Friends To Quit Fast Fashion

    Written by Thea Godding   Hello to all you lovely readers, I must say, I am not an experienced writer. Honestly, this kind of terrifies me. I am un...
  • 8 Sustainable Styling Tips You Need To Know

    Written by Betsy Marquess   Switching from fast fashion to sustainable fashion and styling can be rather daunting but it doesn’t have to be, the jo...
  • What We're Excited to Listen to, Read and Watch in September

    Hi there! At Re_considered it’s been a hectic month for us with events, workshops and pop-up shops taking place. So, naturally our list of things w...
  • Re_considered x Oxwash: Sustainable Made & Washed

    "Please look after me, wear me lots, don't wash me too often, and if you're bored of me, upcycling me into something else!" is what we think our cl...
  • The Story of Our No Waste Earrings

      Sometimes, you can’t avoid making waste, but you can always make use of it. Although we make garments from old clothes and materials, there are a...
  • Upcycling as Antidote to Consumption

    Written by Clea Morris    Vivienne Westwood – typically acerbic, predictably incisive – graced the world in 2018 with another nugget of wisdom: ‘[i...
  • My Plastic Free Journey

    Written by Katy Graham    It was April 2020; we were a few weeks into the first UK lockdown, and I suddenly found myself with nothing to do after ...