Thanks We Make It Last for the heads up on this comfy knickers brand, Liass. (Cos if there’s one time you need your comfy pants, it’s now).
It’s actually the bras I like most; simple sporty bralets made with eco fabrics like recycled polyester/spandex (upcycled from plastic bottles) and soy/organic cotton (a biodeagradable fabric made from the hulls of soybeans), manufactured in New York. (more…)
Continuing on last week’s #namastayinbed theme, we’ve reached peak hygge time of year, aka annual book-buying season. December and January are the only months of the year I get time to properly absorb myself in books, so I’m looking forward to getting stuck into Sally Rooney’s Normal People and Michelle Obama’s Becoming. No spoilers please!
One of this year’s inescapable lifestyle trends has been for stressed out, cash-poor millennials to stay home rather than go out. Which means the money they do have gets spent on small pleasures like scented candles, cute lighting, superior bedding and sheet masks aplenty. Vox unpacks the story in detail here. The TLDR is that – as with any emerging grassroots movement – commercial brands have been quick to hop on this gravy train, with the so-called ‘homebody economy’ spawning all manner of businesses catering to the #Namastayinbed brigade.
On my radar: Kule, a great brand of basics with a cheery twist. There’s nothing ground breaking about Breton stripes but I really like the way everything about this brand is executed. It’s practical but fun. (more…)