18 months ago, I started a passion project: a blog promoting wool as the natural fibre for today – every day – by sharing online reviews on wool items I have and use. Today, it’s #35 on Feedspot.com Top 75 Sustainable Fashion 2020 blog list! As a millennial working in early stages of the wool […]Read More
Wool socks are a top rated and easily accessible way to utilise the natural capabilities of wool. Take a big step towards slow-fashion by investing in the health of your feet by choosing a natural fibre. Now while I’m partial to the Icebreaker wool socks, I’m opening my eyes to the huge range of Australian made alternatives to invest in.
And to help me with this is fellow Aussie – Adele from Young, New South Wales (which is 372km from Sydney, Australia). Adele grew up on the family farm on the outskirts of Laggan – which is near Crookwell in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales. She now lives in Young NSW, works as a Wool Technical Officer and you can find on Instagram as Adele’s Country Snaps
As much as it would make it easier to buy wool shoes as an octopus, unfortunately I am not one and I’m sorry to report that I have hit a bit of a shoe threshold… I have three pairs of different brands – Allbirds, Giesswein and Baabuks. And a few weeks ago, I got the […]Read More