Sustainable fashion styling service launches in Norwich
, 2022-09-21 19:30:00,
8:30 PM September 21, 2022
For those of us who love shopping for fashion, there’s no doubt that buying a new top or a pair of shoes can be real a pick me up.
But, as we’re coming to realise, there are hidden costs to following the latest trends – from the environmental impact of the production process and the garments which are thrown away and sent to landfill, to the working conditions of the people employed in textile factories.
Many of us are trying to shop more sustainably and mindfully, and buying second-hand has shaken off its fusty image to become one of fashion’s hottest trends.
This month, Oxfam is running its Second-hand September campaign, fronted by celebrity ambassadors, TV presenter Miquita Oliver and actor Felicity Jones.
But it can be difficult to know where to start.
If you love the thought of charity shopping, but get a bit overwhelmed, sustainable stylist Karen James Welton, AKA Fabulous Miss K, is here to help guide you through the rails and shop pre-loved for any occasion.
Karen has worked as worked in the fashion industry for more than 30 years as a personal shopper and stylist in London, Paris and now in her home town of Norwich.
She is launching her new shopping and styling service at the NANSA charity shop on Magdalen Street in the city on September 22.
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