November 09, 2014

A couple of weeks ago I was invited to the launch of Fix Up Look Sharp in London. Fix Up Look Sharp (named after Dizzee Rascal's song) is a brand of upcycled clothing made from donations to Clic Sargent and the proceeds from selling the clothes then goes back to Clic Sargent. This follows in the trend of charities creating in-house brands based on upcycled clothing, such as TRAIDremade. It's a great way to use donations that cannot be sold because of defects. The collection is small so far but I'm hoping to see some great things, check out the collection of Christmas jumpers (the cat one is my favourite). Some of my other favourites are this pair of dungarees and this cropped sweatshirt that I'm wearing in some of these photos.

top and skirt // People Tree    boots // Vagabond (eBay)

You Might Also Like


  1. I've been learning so much about upcycled brands this week. Its amazing. Love the vignettes!

  2. Just came across you thanks to the post on Offset Warehouse. Love your photography.

  3. I really like your blog #nicework #ethicalshoppingrules
    Keep up the good work! :-)

  4. oooo that off the shoulder number- you look stunning!


Hello, thanks for taking the time to write a comment. I don't always reply (because I'm too busy hiding under a rock) but I read and appreciate every single one!