Temperatures have dropped significantly in the last few weeks and the days are getting shorter and shorter. There is nothing better for this time of year than some cosy, comfortable clothes, but the cold weather is not a reason to stay home! Maybe you need a snug outfit to visit sustainable and ethical open markets, or for going out shopping for Christmas presents in local shops. Get inspired by Adwoa Aboah’s bang on, casual look, and check out the pieces I put together from conscious and ethical brands to help you recreate it.


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Adwoah Aboah is a British model and activist, who regularly promotes individuality with her personal style. She advocates for young women’s mental health, body image issues and sexuality. The 25 year old recently earned considerable publicity by featuring in the December 2017 issue of Vogue – the first issue under Edward Enninful’s art directory.

Fluffy Knitted Wool Jumper (from Beaumont Organic)

Beaumont Organic offers sustainable and ethical clothing that will last you more than few seasons. They manufacture their products from within the EU (namely England and Portugal), in compliance with the trade and work condition regulations.

The wool jumper, accented with polyamide on the front, will keep you warm and hearty anytime a cold wind blows!



Alexandra Fluffy Knitted Wool Jumper £65

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White T-Shirt (from The White T-Shirt Co.)

The White T-Shirt Company is known for its organic cotton products. The brand’s ethics and values have been rooted in Denmark since the early 80s, when its founders pioneered organic cotton manufacturing. The company has strict environmental and social standards, and promises long-lasting, quality-made, plain t-shirts.

The scoop neck, short sleeve white T is a great staple to any wardrobe, and can be paired with absolutely anything!


 Loose Fit Short Sleeve T-Shirt £36

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Lanius Crepe Jogger (from P.I.C. Style)

P.I.C. Style is a brand with an honest and transparent approach to fashion. Their products are designed and made in London with locally sourced supplies. They encourage their customers to make better choices and promote the capsule wardrobe solutions.

The slim leg and tapered wool joggers will suit both casual t-shirts and elegant blouses and are a great way to feel comfy and look stylish at the same time!


Lanius Crepe Joggers £145

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White Boots (from NAE)

NAE (No Animal Exploitation) is a Portuguese, vegan, footwear brand. They are passionate about animals as well as the environment. All of their products are made in certified factories in Portugal, where employees are treated and paid well. The brand sources their components from nature (cork, pineapple) and from recycled materials (tires, air bags, plastic bottles).

This particular pair of boots is made from a recycled airbag, featuring breathable and anti-allergy lining. Thanks to the manufacturing process, these boots will last you a lifetime.


Etna Airbag White Boot €145/£130

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Boho Shoulder Bag (from Manufaktura MMS)

Manufactura MMS is a small, vegan brand from Poland that specialises in making bags. The company only recruits a handful of employees who are passionate about their craft, as well as animals. Every bag is lovingly handmade from synthetic materials. They recently opened a shop on Etsy and offer free UK delivery.

This Boho Shoulder Bag will brighten any outfit and make it interesting. You can also fit everything important in this bag; it will easily fit A4 size.

Boho Shoulder Bag £44.23

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We love Adwoa’s unique style – it’s timeless and playful with just the right amount of edge. Anyone who can style jogging bottoms this well – taking them from loungewear to a fashion forward statement looks gets 10/10 in our books.  We also love that this outfit is so versatile – all of these items are definitely wardrobe staples that can be mixed and matched as the occasion suits.

Sourcing your favourite looks ethically and sustainably is totally possible – you can get so many fashionable pieces that both look great and ARE great, not compromising on ethics or sustainability.

Are there any celebrities that whose style you’d like us to recreate with conscious brands? Comment below or tweet us @revival_collect