February marks the start of a new season so we've rounded up the buys worth noting. From classic cotton shirts to pretty hand-made home additions and Valentines-themed pieces you'll treasure forever - these pieces have been created through love and passion.
There’s no particular rhyme or reason, these choices are not driven by trends. They do, however, make our soul sing. These are the buys that beautifully capture our mood this week - a beautiful bone china candle holder to set the mood, a cosy lambswool throw and an ultra feminine new season staple you'll love forever.
This beauty is made using 'slip casting' - a method now listed as a critically endangered craft by the Heritage Crafts Association. So every purchase goes a little way in preserving the skills and craft required to keep bone china production going in England.
Mother Of Pearl
Timeless and feminine, the Maisie top is made in Portugal from organic cotton stretch jersey, and the shoulders are trimmed with the brand's signature pearl detail. For every tree cut down to make this fabric, more have been planted in its place.
The Tartan Blanket Co
Putting a contemporary spin on traditional Scottish textiles, this lambswool blanket comes in a cool rust and lilac gingham. Dreamt up in the brand’s Edinburgh studio and crafted by artisans in Inner Mongolia, it's woven from pure lambswool for a soft and cosy touch.
Comforting, practical and stylish, puffer jackets have truly come into their own this autumn. From voluminous and longline to cropped and boxy, now is the time to invest in some weather-proof outerwear. We've rounded up the best sustainable quilted jackets shop now...
Everybody needs a handful of cotton basics in their wardrobe, versatile and functional pieces like the humble white tee. Here we highlight the brands offering timeless, minimalist wardrobe essentials, and whose core principles revolve around sustainability and simplicity.