I wear my grandma’s clothes

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I’d be lying if I said my favourite and most unique pieces in my wardrobe weren’t my mum or grandma’s hand-me-downs. From my much loved roll neck jumpers to my woolen orange skirt I’d bet at least half of my current wardrobe is full of second hand wonders, so of course when given the opportunity to sift through my grandma’s wardrobes and take a few old garments off their hands I was more than happy to.

I’ve gone and made a little video explaining the pieces on my youtube channel (so definitely check that out for more of a narrative), but I thought I’d show how they look on here.

I’m super passionate about re-using and re-homing clothes that are in good condition in an attempt to do my bit of good in a consumer obsessed world. Not only does wearing second-hand help out the environment it also saves you £££’s and gives you a more unique style with pieces you’re sure not to see on someone else!

I can’t wait to get to grips with styling my new pieces, I’d love to hear what your faves are in the comments below!

Jodie xx

2 Comments

  1. Nigel Barnacle 2nd September 2016 / 6:44 pm

    Love the clothes, have seen some before!!
    Also love the sustainability and environmental messages .

    • Jodie 2nd September 2016 / 7:46 pm

      Hahaha! Really enjoying wearing them all – it was a great move for the environment, my bank account and my wardrobe!! Win win

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