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Currently Craving: Pajama Pantry

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The evenings are getting darker, and a hint of chill in the air means the garden is losing some of its allure. I’m getting ready to lounge. Slothing out – but make it stylish.

No fear, I’ve discovered Pajama Pantry; a no-waste, slow-fashion brand whose clothing is made by a Fair-Trade women’s collective in Bangalore, with all offcuts sent to the UK to be repurposed into accessories. They are bright, they are beautiful, and they are unique. Brand founder, Alice, only buys 30 metres of each fabric (from deadstock or end of rolls) and so the vibrant, joyous designs are limited in number. Browsing the site you’ll find pjs, shorts, robes, nightshirts and more in a genuinely inclusive range of sizes. Adding to the joy is the teeny lavender pouch which accompanies orders, a last, sweet reminder of summer.


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Tue 2 Apr 2024

This season is all about the two-piece or co-ord.

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Tue 2 Apr 2024

Diamond flower ring by Natalie Perry Jewellery. £485    Cameo apple saddle bag with fruit, blossoms and butterflies £135    Hanging

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Tue 2 Apr 2024

From small independents to the internationally renowned, let’s hear it for these brilliant British beauty brands.

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Tue 5 Mar 2024

So Pure

Handmade In Oxfordshire

As we become more selective when it comes to choosing skin care products, trying to avoid the unexpected ‘nasty’ ingredients contained therein, finding a range of products which are as the name tells us ‘So Pure’ can be a great find. When those products are made with love and care using only quality natural ingredients by a local artisan and they are affordable too, like me, you may want to know more.