With the start of a new year you can make big changes, like rejecting fast fashion which is a huge global polluter. These fantastic business offer a variety of options to slow down your fashion, whilst still looking stylish.
Clobber & Sprout is a unique vintage rental service. The way it works is also surprisingly simple: complete a style and size survey, rent your box (either just one month or subscribe for longer) of 7-10 vintage items chosen especially for you, wear your clobber for a month, and then choose to send it all back or buy any pieces you can't bare to part with!
Get all the details and your subscription on clobberandsprout.co.uk
Northern Sew is a celebration of retro fashion and giving old clothes new lives. Northern Sew is a mixture of upcycled/recycled clothing, accessories and original vintage items. All hand made in the UK.
See what's on offer on Etsy.
How's Your Father takes vintage and pre-loved clothes and turns then into something just a bit more special by giving them a magical makeover with paints, tassels, sequins and embroidery.
With new items being added regularly, follow How's Your Father on Depop to find fabulous items, as well as being able to buy through Etsy or DM on Instagram. The classic 'Bob' T-shirt shown here is available for £23.
Clothes sometimes need some TLC and that's what Nancy of London Clothing Alterations is here to help you with.
Whether you're looking for a simple fix or a big alteration, she can help! If you don't want to abandon that favourite dress that's starting to fall apart, or you have bought the perfect jacket but the sleeves are too long.
For a full price list and list of services, visit londonclothingalterations.com