I’ve never been one for new year’s resolutions. Part of it comes down to the fact that they usually involve things we should aspire to achieve regardless of the season, and also because they generally lose all persuasive force by the time March rolls around (or maybe I’m just weak). That being said, I don’t deny the benefit of starting the year off on the right foot, especially when you can be adhering to one of said resolutions at the same time: to invest in more sustainable fashion brands. This is part two of my collaboration with Rêve En Vert shot by Roo and I had so much fun messing around and pretending I had guns, the fact that all these activewear companies are ethical and green was just the icing on the cake. I don’t know what your resolutions are, but if you’re like me and looking to extend your green-wardrobe aspirations beyond casualwear into activewear, look no further. See and shop the full edit on REV’s site here, and here to shop their full activewear range. 


Dream Green

FYI, work doesn’t really feel like work when it involves hanging out with a bunch of cool people in an East London studio, sipping tea and listening to Fleetwood Mac in a Baserange bra.

Think Pink

It’s always been a source of frustration for me that I haven’t done enough on social media to support charitable causes, which is why I got pretty excited when asked by the Hong Kong Cancer Fund to support their Pink Revolution campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October- and all I had to do was put on my new favourite vintage boiler suit. 
In Hong Kong alone, 1 in 17 women are diagnosed with breast cancer and it is the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths. Pink Revolution is Hong Kong’s largest and most comprehensive breast cancer awareness and fundraising campaign, and I think it’s really critical to stress the importance of regular breast checks and support for the Fund’s free breast cancer care services to support those who are fighting through it. If you’re from HK, you can sponsor a Pink Recovery Pack sent to the bedsides of those who have just undergone surgery, and find more ways to support the Fund on their website including dressing pink on Friday October 21st. 
I found this bubblegum pink dream of a jumpsuit in a vintage store in London but let’s be honest, I would find any excuse to put this on. Join me on the 21st and bust out your favourite pink dress/jumper/accessories etc. to show your support for the cause :-)

My jumpsuit is vintage, and my shoes are from Axel Arigato. Photographed by my mum.

If you’d like to show your support for the cause on social media, feel free to use these hashtags:

#hongkongcancerfund #dresspinkday #breastcheck