Plastic-Free July is a global movement to eliminate plastic pollution from our oceans, communities and environment. Here are some suggestions  to achieve a Plastic-Free wardrobe!


With Glassons latest sustainable and post-consumer use pieces, it is the ideal time to stock up on winter staples which focuses solely on recycled knitwear. Their super soft 98% Recycled Polyester Knitwear is made out of clear plastic water bottles, being a sustainable alternative to virgin polyester, ultimately preventing it from going into landfill. This range uses 30-50% less energy and 90% less water than the production of virgin polyester.

Jasmine and Will’s 
Jasmine and Will’s latest drop incorporates both Linen and Cashmere in gorgeous loungewear pieces that double as sleepwear, and caters to the whole family. Linen is less harsh on the environment than harvesting cotton or silk, while both are natural fabrics and biodegradable, being a comparatively eco-friendlier option when it comes to building a PFJ wardrobe.

Nimble Activewear

Nimble Activewear have launched their ‘Go Green’ campaign encouraging others to be more ‘green’ in their daily lives, alongside the launch of their Green Grid activewear sets. The set has been made using their unique custom engineered fabrication made from post-consumer use plastic bottles, while extending to a number of the collection’s pieces covering your everyday to weekend basics. To date, the business has saved close to 1 million plastic bottles from being used as landfill or going into our oceans.

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