Friday, January 27, 2023

    May 2020: 5 Brands You Need To Know

    I don’t know about you, but I have found lockdown an amazing chance to discover some new brands. In the past, when I needed something, I probably just quickly resorted to my old favourites – particularly those who I knew and trusted. Since COVID struck I have now found myself actively searching for new feeds and small businesses to support. Here are 5 of our best finds this month:

    A Weathered Penny

    This gorgeous brand creates handmade accessories, and stocks incredible vegan friendly nail polish!

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    Four ways to stay colourful and positive 💅🏻

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    Yonder Living

    This beautiful brand works directly with makers and artists to create our selection of beautiful homewares and accessories. Their slippers are a lock-down essential.

    Neon Kactus

    This brilliant brand is on a mission to create a better tomorrow one cup at the time!

    With Nothing Underneath

    These sustainably sourced organic cotton shirts are so fab – as is their whole brand message – “stylish basics from a company that cares”.

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    That Lapis tho 🧿🧿🧿 c/o @monikh ☁️

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    Sister & Co Organics

    This amazing brand helps you switch off and are perfect for a lock-down self care treat, their products are made from sustainably-sourced natural ingredients. Would 100% recommend their coconut oil to a friend.

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